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- Dr. Charles Davey using waste paper composter
Community and Extension
Recycling (Waste, etc.)
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- Mills, Ralph more info on Mills, Ralph
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- Transcribed from enclosed press release: NCSU research scientist Dr. Charles Davey dumps a load of waste paper into a composter to be mixed with chicken manure. The resulting material from the two waste products is an easily handled material that can be used as a low analysis fertilizer or soil conditioner. Sawdust can also be used instead of paper --30--Woody Upchurch--2/23/71
Davey, C. B.
more info on Davey, C. B. (Charles Bingham), 1928-
North Carolina State University more info on North Carolina State University
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