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GreenYes Digest Tue, 11 Aug 98 Volume 98 : Issue 157

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C & D Bans
Fwd: Our Nuclear Future. Today, From Information TV Network
Job Posting - City of San Jose
Out of Office AutoReply: GreenYes Digest V98 #156

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Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 09:09:43 -0600 From: "John Reindl" <> Subject: C & D Bans

Hi Roberta -

For a while, Dane County banned all C&D material from our landfill=20 as a space saving measure. Enforcement wasn't a big issue, it=20 seemed. However, we may have had life easier because there were=20 other landfills in the area that took C&D material.

For more specifics on the enforcement, I recommend that you contact=20 our solid waste manager, Jerry Mandli at

Good luck on your work!

John Reindl, Recycling Manager Dane County, WI

PS - I tried to send this directly to you, Roberta, but it got=20 bounced back to me, saying that it was undeliverable

> Date: Fri, 07 Aug 1998 09:41:00 -0700 > From: "Dunlap, Roberta" <> > Subject: C & D Bans > To: "''" <>

> Does anyone know of any jurisdiction doing a C & D ban to their landfill? > Would like information on what materials are banned, details of the= program, > how enforced, problems, successes. Thank you for any information. >=20 > Roberta Dunlap > City of San Jose > Environmental Services Dept. >=20 (608)267-1533 - fax (608)267-8815 - phone (608)267-1533 - fax (608)267-8815 - phone


Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 17:25:34 EDT From: Subject: Fwd: Our Nuclear Future. Today, From Information TV Network

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Just thought I'd pass this along.

Judi Gregory Global Waste Recycling

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Our Nuclear Future. Today, From Information TV Network

Progress in The World's Greatest Power Source Featured on TECHNO 2100

BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Not more than 50 years ago,= nuclear energy was an exotic concept...futuristic, experimental, and the subject of more than one science fiction movie. But times have changed, and today, the power of nuclear energy is no stranger to the global community. For example, in the United States alone, Americans get more electricity from nuclear= energy than any other source except coal. In some countries other than the US, such as France, nearly 80% of all electricity is nuclear generated, and countries like Great Britain, Japan and France are reusing and recycling uranium and plutonium for commercial energy purposes. And facts such as these are only= the beginning.

The Cutting Edge Technology Report, TECHNO 2100, will take an in-depth look= at the phenomenon of nuclear technology in a special two-part television= series. Experts from around the world have joined together to provide insightful and fascinating commentary on the many benefits that nuclear energy has to= offer, benefits that go far beyond nuclear energy as a power source.

TECHNO 2100, Our Nuclear Future...Today is scheduled to begin airing on Thursday August 13, 1998 at 7:OO a.m. Eastern and Pacific time, 6.00 a.m. Central during the paid programming block on The Discovery Channel. The program will then be seen in syndication in select markets around the= country. For more information on air dates and times, or to obtain a videotape copy= of the program, please contact 1-800-INFO-ITV (800-463-6488) or visit

This program is produced by the multi-award winning Information Television Network and is made possible by COGEMA, Inc., Japan Atomic Energy Relations Organization, BNFL (British Nuclear Fuels, plc) and the Nuclear Energy Institute.

Visit the Information Television Network website at to watch other TECHNO 2100 episodes and see the

SOURCE Information Television Network =20

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Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 17:45:00 -0700 From: "Moore, Robin" <> Subject: Job Posting - City of San Jose


The City of San Jos=E9, Environmental Services Department, is currently accepting applications for Assistant Environmental Services Specialist (AESS).

The mission of the Environmental Services Department is to provide environmental leadership and services that benefit the community and preserve natural resources. Capitol of Silicon Valley, San Jose is the nation's eleventh largest city, with a diverse population of approximately 850,000.

The AESS performs professional level technical and analytical work on the development, implementation and promotion of San Jose's nationally renowned environmental programs. Qualified AESS candidates may be asked to interview for any of the following programs: recycling and garbage, water supply and conservation, sewage treatment, and environmental protection. This application process establishes an eligibility list from which candidates are hired. This list usually remains in effect for at least six months (i.e. November 1998 to April 1999). Currently, three positions are available.

Two of these vacancies reside in the Integrated Waste Management (IWM) Division. IWM is responsible for running one of the leading solid waste programs in the country, and boasts a current diversion rate of 43% (55% for single family). Current activities are focused on researching cutting edge programs and technologies nationwide to determine those for inclusion in upcoming residential contract solicitations, an innovative Recycle at Work program for city facilities, and enhancements to both the multi-family dwelling and commercial programs. Though IWM staff are organized by sector (7 residential staff, 6 commercial staff and 3 civic staff), there are many opportunities for participation on teams involved in researching topics relevant to all sectors. Along with national conferences and other technical training, the environment provides staff with many opportunities for enhancing their knowledge relative to solid waste and other environmental issues.

Salary: $1,597.60 - $1,942.40 biweekly ($41,700 - $50,700 annually)

Minimum Qualifications 1. Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with appropriate course work for assigned duties. 2. Experience: One (1) year of experience promoting and participating in the implementation of environmental services programs. Specific positions may require designated course work and/or training depending on the duty assignments. 3. Acceptable Substitutions: Additional years of experience may substitute for the education on a year-for-year basis for a maximum of two (2) years.

Applications may be obtained by calling the City of San Jose Human Resources Department at (408) 277-4205. Completed applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4, 1998.


Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 07:53:58 -0400 From: Beth Graves <> Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: GreenYes Digest V98 #156

The week of August 10 - 14, I will be in a training class and unable to access my e-mail account. =20

I will respond to messages upon my return to the office on Aug. 17.

Beth Graves NC DPPEA


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