During the year 1898 the total number of loads removed was 115, 679, of which 35, 085 were garbage and 80, 594 were ashes. .... All kinds of garbage, refuse, dead animals, rotten meat, fish, vegetables, etc., are cremated. ... According to Mr . Coatsworth there are no offensive odors at any time emanating from the crematories; they might be placed in the heart of the city and would be no ... varying and continually changing load produced by irregularities in loading and moving cars.
|Title||:||Engineering Record, Building Record and Sanitary Engineer|
|Author||:||Charles Frederick Wingate|