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Taking the whiff out of waste : guidelines for managing corruption risks in the waste sector / [Independent Commission Against Corruption]
Bib ID 2178595
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Independent Commission Against Corruption, 2002 
52 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1920726241
Notes

"This publication is available in other formats for the vision impaired upon request".

"November 2002"

At head of cover title: ICAC corruption resistance resource.

Subjects Political corruption -- New South Wales -- Prevention.  |  Refuse and refuse disposal -- New South Wales.  |  Waste disposal sites -- New South Wales -- Corrupt practices.  |  New South Wales -- Officials and employees.
Other authors/contributors New South Wales. Independent Commission Against Corruption

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