Re: Block Leader Programs
Fri, 22 Jan 1999 16:56:33 -0500

In a message dated 97-04-12 11:40:08 EDT, writes:

<< In the late seventies and eighties residential block leader programs got a
lot of press. The idea was that volunteers kept their neighbors up to
on the recycling system and oriented new comers. If I remember correctly it
started in Boulder Co. Recycling/environmental nuts that keep office
programs going are the commercial equivalent.

Thank You Portia,

Why not, Eric, use the block and commercial coordinator program to have
recyclers, take the zero waste, jobs from discards, no subsidies for waste
pledge and have people write letters to Roberto at COKE asking for them to
keep their promise and buy PETE from the recylcers to incorporate in new
containers and introduce the recyled plastic refillable container in their
town. And do this on this Earth Day.