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close this bookBoiling Point No. 04 - March 1983 (ITDG, 1983, 20 p.)
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Acknowledgements

Technical Editors:

Stephen Joseph


Yvonne Shanahan

Artwork:

Jenny Trussell

Production:

Sandra Conn

Contributors:

Siddhartha Bhatt


Stephen Connors


Michael Drohan


Stephen Joseph


Brian MacGarry


G M Mhango & N S Cooper


Weclaw Micuta


Ralph Royer


Yvonne Shanahan


Bill Stewart

(Readers wishing to enter into correspondence with any of the authors may obtain full postal addresses from the Stoves Project address given opposite)

ISSN 0263-3167

'Boiling Point' is the newsletter of the Intermediate Technology Development Group Stoves Project. Contributions are welcome in the form of articles of not more than 700 words with line drawings, simple graphs, etc. where appropriate. Copy date for the next issue is 1st June 1983.

All correspondence should be addressed to: 'Boiling Point', ITDG Stoves Project, Applied Research Section, Shinfield Rood, Reading, UK, RG2 9BE.

Opinions expressed in contributory articles are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the ITDG Stoves Project.