GreenYes Digest V97 #246

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GreenYes Digest Sun, 12 Oct 97 Volume 97 : Issue 246

Today's Topics:
Could you please answer a survey?
CRRA's Agenda for New Millennium on Web
Financial Incentives for Recycling

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Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 14:14:01 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Correction

by Rick Anthony

In a recent editorial entitled "Report from Orlando" I stated that there
were no bugs at Disney World. It appears that Blair had a bug spotting
encounter. The sighting occurred at the Mayan Temple pool in the early
morning hours . A greenish bug was spotted. Blair, according to a close
acquaintance reported that the bug was cricket like and wore a top hat and
tails. The bug whose name was reported as sounding like Jimmy told Blair to
"Do the right thing", "Don't lie" and "Send a message to Coke on America
Recycles Day".

Other than the much reported encounter between Steve Suess and Roger Rabbit
in the men's restroom, where Steve persuaded Roger to put on a zero waste
button, no other sightings have been reported.

Rick Anthony
San Diego, CA


Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 17:19:20 +0000
From: "Joe and Cheryl DeShon" <>
Subject: Could you please answer a survey?

Hello --

I am a graduate student in the MBA program at
Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Missouri.

For a class I am taking this semester, I am
required to conduct some marketing research.
This research will determine the public's
attitudes toward a variety of consumer products.

Your email address was randomly chosen by me to
be invited to participate in this program. If
you would like to cooperate, you will be asked
to answer via email a series of questionnaires.
The surveys can always be answered by using the
"RESPOND" feature of your email software and
filling in the blanks on forms that will be sent
to you.

Each survey should take only a couple of minutes
to complete. There will be a small non-monetary
gift awarded by email to those who complete all
the surveys on time.

To participate in this project you must:
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Be a citizen of the United States.
- Have an email address that ends with .gov,
.com, .org, .net, or .edu.

If you would like to help me with this project,
please send an EMPTY email to
with only the words "YES SURVEY" (without the
quotes) in the SUBJECT line. I will email you
further instructions.

If you don't want to participate, kindly ignore
this message. If I hear nothing from you, I will
place your email address on my suppression file
and you will never be bothered by me again.

Whether you participate or not, I hope you have a
wonderful day.

Joe DeShon
Raytown, Missouri


Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 09:55:43 -0700 (PDT)
From: Ann Schneider <>
Subject: CRRA's Agenda for New Millennium on Web

Hi Gary & CRRA Board:

I've finally read through the Agenda, carefully. Looks good. I did find
some minor edits and just a couple of technical things. Very pleased
with reuse being listed - always keeping with the hierarchy with source
reduction and reuse before recycling.

These are hand written edits, should I sent them up to Ted?



Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 21:01:27 EST
From: "KROWE" <>
Subject: Financial Incentives for Recycling

I am in my final year of Environmental Engineering at the University
of Guelph (Ontario, Canada). I am supposed to write a research paper
on "financial incentives for recycling".

I have looked all through the university library and there are not
many articles. I also looked through the internet and was not very
successful. I am taking a GLOBAL perspective (i.e. incentives that
different countries use) and was wondering if you could point me in
the right direction. I would be interested in

government reports
conference papers
journal articles
anything else useful!!!

I have a fax machine, I am willing to pay a courier and my email
address is My phone number is (519)
824- 4933. Thank you for your time and effort.

Kristi Rowe


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