GreenYes Digest V97 #297

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GreenYes Digest Sun, 7 Dec 97 Volume 97 : Issue 297

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1998 CRRA Conference
Hype or hope? First American Scientific Corp.

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Date: Sat, 6 Dec 1997 22:30:10 EST
From: CRRA <>
Subject: 1998 CRRA Conference

REMINDER: Only 3 1/2 weeks left for Supersaver Rates for 1998 CRRA Conference
in San Diego, 5/3-6/98. Register now to save $50-100 per person attending!!

Registration fees now are only $200 for members or $250 for non-members (same
rate as past 3 years). After January 1, 1998, rates will increase to $250 for
members or $300 for non-members (until 3/15/98, when they go up again).

For registration forms, see the insert in the middle of October's
RecycleScene, visit our website at or fax 916-652-0250 or email

Gary Liss


Date: Sat, 6 Dec 1997 09:40:19 -0700
From: Carolyn Chase <>
Subject: Hype or hope? First American Scientific Corp.

Has anybody heard of this and what's the potential?
Is it hype or hope?

>Date: Fri, 5 Dec 1997 20:48:45 -0500
>Subject: First American Scientific Corp.
>To: undisclosed-recipients:;
>First American Scientific Corporation has developed new technology that
>we feel is of global significance to problems arising from human waste
>disposal activity. Full details are available at
> .
>The technology, which is built into our Kinetic Disintegration System,
>is called Kinetic Disintegration Technology (KDT) and incorporates standing
>sound waves and kinetic energy to disintegrate virtually all non-metallic
>substances into powders as fine as -400 mesh. This means that previously
>problematic recyclables like rubber (tires), gypsum (drywall), plastics,
>insulation, glass, and bio-solid wastes can be cost-effectively
>"micronized" and separated for re-use as industrial raw materials.
>This information will be of particular interest to investors, municipal
>engineers, agricultural research facilities, waste disposal engineers,
>recycled product developers, and others who have an interest in
>solving the crises being generated by worldwide waste disposal.
>Thank you for taking the time to read this letter.
>Investor Relations
>First American Scientific Corporation
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