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Life cycle assessment of alternatives for waste-solvent valorization: Batch and continuous distillation vs incineration

Bibliographic reference Luis Alconero, Patricia ; Amelio, A. ; Vreysen, S. ; Calabro, V. ; Van Der Bruggen, B.. Life cycle assessment of alternatives for waste-solvent valorization: Batch and continuous distillation vs incineration. In: International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Vol. 18, no.5, p. 1048-1061 (2013)
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