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From bioenergy by-products to alternative fertilisers : pursuing circular economy. / Marshall, Rachel; Lag Brotons, Alfonso; Inam, Edu J.; Herbert, Ben; Hurst, Lois; Semple, Kirk.

Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy. ed. / Lynne E. Macaskie; Devin J. Sapsford; Will M. Mayes. London : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. p. 287-314.

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Marshall, R, Lag Brotons, A, Inam, EJ, Herbert, B, Hurst, L & Semple, K 2019, From bioenergy by-products to alternative fertilisers: pursuing circular economy. in LE Macaskie, DJ Sapsford & WM Mayes (eds), Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy. Royal Society of Chemistry, London, pp. 287-314. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00287

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Marshall, R., Lag Brotons, A., Inam, E. J., Herbert, B., Hurst, L., & Semple, K. (2019). From bioenergy by-products to alternative fertilisers: pursuing circular economy. In L. E. Macaskie, D. J. Sapsford, & W. M. Mayes (Eds.), Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy (pp. 287-314). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00287

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Marshall R, Lag Brotons A, Inam EJ, Herbert B, Hurst L, Semple K. From bioenergy by-products to alternative fertilisers: pursuing circular economy. In Macaskie LE, Sapsford DJ, Mayes WM, editors, Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy. London: Royal Society of Chemistry. 2019. p. 287-314 https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00287

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Marshall, Rachel ; Lag Brotons, Alfonso ; Inam, Edu J. ; Herbert, Ben ; Hurst, Lois ; Semple, Kirk. / From bioenergy by-products to alternative fertilisers : pursuing circular economy. Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy. editor / Lynne E. Macaskie ; Devin J. Sapsford ; Will M. Mayes. London : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. pp. 287-314

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