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CERES is Hiring--Please Post
GreenYes Digest V98 #43 (2 msgs)
Public Housing and Recycling Programs
Weight of grass clippings (2 msgs)

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Date: Thu, 19 Feb 98 14:14:35
From: "dk" <>
Subject: CERES is Hiring--Please Post

Of possible interest to some of the folks on this list.

______________________________ Forward Header __________________________________
Subject: CERES is Hiring--Please Post
Author: Judy Kuszewski <> at Internet
Date: 2/19/98 1:14 PM

CERES is pleased to announce the opening of three staff positions,
beginning immediately:

* Executive Assistant
* Corporate Programs Associate
* Coalition Programs Associate

Please pass this announcement on to any potentially interested parties.

Resumes and letters should be mailed or faxed to Robert Massie, Executive

11 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02111 USA

ph. 617-247-0700
fx. 617-267-5400

Thank you for your assistance in this matter!



Date Announced: February 11, 1998
Job Title: Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant will be responsible for assisting the Executive
Director in many important administrative areas. He or she will directly
report to the Executive Director and work closely with other staff members,
having responsibility for the following:

* Scheduling
* Appointments, telephone calls and conference calls
* Receiving phone calls and correspondence to the Executive Director
* Travel arrangements
* Correspondence
* Maintenance of files, office and equipment for the Executive Director
* Assisting other staff members in scheduling and document control
* Shared office receptionist duties

Relevant background includes:

* Several years' secretarial/personal assistance background
* Strong communication skills
* Confident, professional demeanor
* Attention to detail
* Familiarity with Mac computer environment, particularly
WordPerfect, Excel and Eudora
* Flexible schedule

Salary commensurate with qualifications, plus full benefits package.
Please mail or fax resume to Robert Massie.



Date Announced: February 11, 1998
Job Title: Corporate Programs Associate

The Corporate Programs Associate will manage and assist in various areas of
CERES' relationship with member companies. Reporting to the Director of
Corporate Programs and Executive Director, he or she will have
responsibilities chiefly focused on the following project areas:

I. CERES Report Maintenance
The Corporate Programs Associate will have principal responsibility for
coordinating the annual revisions to the CERES Report form. This will
involve working with CERES Board and Coalition members on the Report
Committee of the Board, as well as a range of CERES Companies, in receiving
feedback and developing recommendations for improvement. The associate
will also keep track of receipt of completed reports and coordinate report
feedback, both pre-publication review (accomplished by committee) and
post-publication summaries of reports. He or she will help design and
implement programs related to the accessibility and usability of reports to
various stakeholders. He or she will also share general responsibility
with the Director of Corporate Programs for committee meetings.

II. Global Reporting Initiative
The Corporate Programs Associate will play an important role in
facilitating this major reporting project by assisting the Director of
Corporate Programs in keeping project partners and the public informed
about progress, keeping records of meetings, and helping to coordinate
meetings of a large body of steering committee members and working groups
around the world. He or she will also work with the Director of Corporate
Programs in linking the GRI with CERES' already-existing reporting programs.

III. CERES Conference and Projects Committee
The Corporate Programs Associate will be asked to play a coordinating role
in CERES' Annual Conference. This is likely to include responsibility for
one or more program segments, materials production, and post-conference
assessment. This will involve working closely with the Projects Committee,
designated conference committee, and other staff members.
He or she will also be asked to coordinate occasional discrete projects
relating to CERES Companies' implementation of the program through the work
of the Projects Committee.

Relevant background includes:
* College degree
* Strong communication and research skills.
* Familiarity with major issues of corporate environmental
management, accountability and disclosure.
* Strong commitment to corporate environmental improvement through
collaborative efforts.
* Self-direction.
* Organizational skills and attention to detail.
* Fluency in Mac computer environment, particularly WordPerfect,
Excel and PageMaker applications.

Competitive salary and benefits commensurate with qualifications. Mail or
fax resume to Robert Massie.



Date announced: February 11, 1998
Job title: Coalition Programs Associate
Position relationship: Reports to Director of Coalition Programs

Job summary:
The Coalition Programs Associate will work with other staff, a diverse
range of companies, and a unique coalition of environmentalists and
investors. A major focus of this position will be assisting in the
development and assessment of relationships between CERES and major

Responsibilities include:

* Tracking and coordinating the progress of dialogues with dozens of major
* Supporting those dialogue efforts in various ways (i.e., arranging
conference calls and meetings when necessary, gathering data, participating
in strategy sessions).
* Researching and assessing the environmental performance of dozens of
corporations a year.
* Working with other staff members to plan meetings of the board of
directors and committees of the board, and other coalition events.
* Building and maintaining relationships with representatives of
corporations, investment institutions and environmental NGOs.

Qualifications include:

* Excellent communication, research and organizational skills.
* Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
* Strong commitment to the environment and public health.
* An understanding of and interest in major environmental issues, socially
responsible investing, and corporate culture.
* Sensitivity to multi-cultural settings.
* Familiarity with Macintosh computer system, especially WordPerfect,
Excel, PageMaker and Power Point applications.

Salary commensurate with experience. Please mail or fax resume (academic
transcripts and references may be requested) to Robert Massie.

Judy Kuszewski Coalition for Environmentally
Director of Corporate Programs Responsible Economies
Tel 617.247.0700 11 Arlington Street
Fax 617.267.5400 Boston, MA 02116-3411


Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 08:58:00 -0500
From: Rhonda Sherman <>
Subject: GreenYes Digest V98 #43

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On Wed., Feb. 18, Sharon Gates asked for an estimate
for the weight (in pounds) of a cubic yard of grass clippings.
According to Cornell University researchers, green grass
loose has a typical density of 300-400 lbs./cu. yd., and
green grass compacted is 500-800 lbs./cu.yd.
Rhonda L. Sherman <>
Solid Waste Management Extension Specialist
Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department
North Carolina State University
Box 7625, Raleigh, NC 27695-7625 U.S.A.
Phone (919) 515-6770 Fax (919) 515-6772
"Treat the Earth well. It was not given to you by your parents--
it was loaned to you by your children." (Kenyan proverb)

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Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 17:03:40 -0600
From: "Gassman, Brenda" <blgassma@PUBSERV.CO.ANOKA.MN.US>
Subject: GreenYes Digest V98 #43

Regarding the weight of grass clippings - the Minnesota Office of
Environmental Assistance publishes a list of volume-to-weight
conversions in their annual SCORE report. The latest information I have
estimates that one yard of raw, uncompacted yard waste (for composting
or land application) weighs 350 pounds. The sources for this conversion
list include the National Recycling Coalition Measurement Standards &
Reporting Guidelines, and OEA staff calculations with input from
industry. Hope this is helpful!

Brenda Gassman
Anoka County, Minnesota

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GreenYes Digest Thu, 19 Feb 98 Volume 98 :
Issue 43

Today's Topics:
Chip Mill Denied
compact disks
Could not connect because there was no CCL specified.
Fwd: Employment Opportunity
GreenYes Digest V98 #15 -Reply
Job Opening
Smart Office
Weight of grass clippings

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Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 05:21:37 -0800 (PST)
From: "David A. Kirkpatrick" <>
Subject: Chip Mill Denied

CHIP MILL DENIED: A 2/12 Arkansas Public Policy Panel alert
the Russellville City Council voted 5-3 to deny Weyerhaeuser a
license for a chip mill proposed for the Arkansas River. The
decision was influenced by citizen concerns regarding traffic,
and impacts to tourism in the region. Weyerhaeuser had already
received a permit for an export facility from the US Army Corps
Engineers. Despite the Council meeting being "stacked with
industry employees" and a "polished presentation" from
the "vote had already been decided thanks to an educated and
public speaking their minds." The APPP works with a coalition
of 58
citizen groups, including the Arkansas Watershed Alliance and
Dogwood Alliance.
Roger Featherstone, GREEN Director
PO Box 40046, Albuquerque, NM 87196-0046
(505) 277-8302 fax, (505) 277-5483

1101 14th St., NW, Ste. 1400, Washington, DC 20005 (202)


Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 11:51:21 -0500 (EST)
From: "Roger M. Guttentag" <>
Subject: compact disks

Dear Jesse:

In response to your Feb. 10, 1998 e-mail request on CD-ROM
recycling I am
forwarding a copy of an earlier message I sent to Tara Pike when
she made a
similar information request to the GreenYes list. You may also
wish to
contact Tara regarding her current progress on this issue.

Roger M. Guttentag

>Date: Fri, 05 Dec 1997 09:26:42
>From: "Roger M. Guttentag" <>
>Subject: Re: compact disks
>>Date: Thu, 04 Dec 1997 08:53:32
>>To: TARA PIKE <>
>>From: "Roger M. Guttentag" <>
>>Subject: Re: compact disks
>>Dear Tara:
>>If I'm not mistaken, compact disks are made with a
polycarbonate(PC) resin
with one metalicized surface for the digital coding that is read
by the
laser. I believe its this metalic coating that makes CD's hard
to recycle.
My suggestions are as follows:
>>1. Try consulting a copy of Resource Recycling's Directory of
American Scrap Plastics Processors and Buyers. This directory
companies by resin handled, geographic location and company
name. I would
call all companies that are listed as handling PC that are
located in the
Western U.S. (there are no listings for Nevada). Call Resource
Recycling at
503-227-1319 for information on this Directory.
>>2. I would also call GreenDisk. Their tel.# is 206-222-7734.
manufacture recycled computer disks but they also provide
software media
recycling services. These services are primarily oriented to
manufacturers but according to Greendisk they are available (at
a cost) to
other organizations that generate waste data media. Perhaps as
a way to
improve the economics, you may want to find out if there are
organizations in your region that also dispose large numbers of
CD's For
example, university libraries may be a prime candidate since
many now
maintain searchable CD based databases that are periodically
Federal and state agencies may be another possible source.
GreenDisk's web
site is
>>Hope this helps. Let the list know how you resolved (or did
not resolve)
this situation.
>>Roger M. Guttentag
>>At 11:53 AM 12/3/97 -0800, you wrote:
>>>Is there a way to recycle compact disks?
>>>When computer software came on disks, we could reuse the
disks and even
>>>recyle them. Now with software coming on CDs, I am unsure of
what to do
>>>with them. Does anyone have suggestions? We have a large
amount that we
>>>need to do something with - I would rather not throw them
>>>Thank you,
>>>Tara Pike
>>> 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
8) 8) 8) 8)
>>> Tara Pike e-mail:
>>> Rebel Recycling Coordinator phone: (702) 895-1630
>>> University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) fax: (702)
>>> (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8 (8
(8 (8 (8 (8
TEL: 215-513-0452
FAX: 215-513-0453


Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 23:08:43 EST
Subject: Could not connect because there was no CCL specified.

EPA has recently updated their on-line documents for recycling
and solid
waste. Some great stuff! Your tax dollars at work (and I mean
positively) .

Check out the following:

David Biddle
Philadelphia, PA 19119


- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Construction Products
November 1997)
- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Landscaping Products (530-F-97-034,
November 1997)
- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Non Paper Office Products
November 1997)
- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Pallets (Miscellaneous Products)
(530-F-97-031, November 1997)
- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Park Products (530-F-97-032,
November 1997)

- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Transportation Products
November 1997)
- 1997 Buy Recycled Series: Vehicular Products (530-F-97-037,
- A Resource Guide of Solid Waste Educational Materials
December 1997)
- Catalog of Hazardous and Solid Waste Publications, Tenth
(EPA 530-B-97-003, September 1997)
- Full Cost Accounting for Municipal Solid Waste: A Handbook
(530-R-95-041, September 1995)
- Implementation Of The Mercury-Containing And Rechargeable
Management Act (530-K-97-009, November 1997)
- Jobs Through Recycling Program (530-F-98-001, December 1997)
- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Factbook - Internet Version
- Partnerships in Solid Waste Management (530-F-97-050, December
- Preparing Successful Grant Proposals (530-F-97-051, December
- Reusable News Bulletin - Fall 1997 (530-N-97-007, November
- Web Based Version of the Adventures of the Garbage Gremlin
Comic Book
- Web Site Version of the Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid
- Use of Monitored Natural Attenuation at Superfund, RCRA
Action, and Underground Storage Tank Sites (OSWER Directive
November 1997)
- UST Notification Form (EPA Form 7530-1)

David Biddle
7366 Rural Lane
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215-247-2974 (voice and fax)


Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 14:17:44 EST
Subject: Fwd: Employment Opportunity

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Dear List Members,

Please pass this job posting on to anyone you think is
interested. Thanks.

Program Coordinator

The Regional Household Hazardous Waste Task Force seeks a
Coordinator to manage business, administer grants, and implement
HHW education and collection programs. Initial contract is 2
years, salary
range to 35K/yr, office in Bloomington Indiana, w/40% travel.
good communications and computer skills, and degree or
in at least one of the following; solid/hazardous waste
management, human
health, environmental science, public education or management.
position description and application instructions available at
812 659-3788
or 812 354-2924. Letter of interest and resume must be submitted
February 27th. EEO. Contact any local Indiana Workforce
Development Office.

Janet Fox Neltner, Executive Director
Indiana Recycling Coalition, Inc.
P. O. Box 20444
Indianapolis, IN 46220-0444
phone/fax: 317/283-6226



Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 13:35:29 -0700
From: Amy Creekmur <>
Subject: GreenYes Digest V98 #15 -Reply

What did I forward this to you for ?
Please advise ?


Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 13:32:38 -0800
From: David Assmann <>
Subject: Job Opening

JOB TITLE: Solid Waste Administration and Planning Manager,
Solid Waste
Management Program, Office of the City Administrator (Special
1370), City and County of San Francisco

Program is
responsible for overseeing all phases of the management and
disposal of
San Francisco's solid waste stream. Major program areas include
recycling, landfill, hazardous waste disposal, and long-term
solid waste
management planning. The Program is also responsible for
the activities of the collection and disposal companies serving

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the general supervision of the Solid
Program Director, assists with planning activities, rate setting
and interaction between the City regulated garbage companies and
Solid Waste Management Program. Performs program design,
reports and plans required by local, state and federal
writes and manages consultant contracts, and conducts meetings
community groups, government officials, etc. Responsible for
management of all fiscal and administrative matters including
preparation and monitoring. Generally provides assistance
required by
the Program Manager in the execution of his/her duties.


1. Oversee preparation of annual budget and fiscal monitoring.
2. Contract management of solid waste consultants.
3. Manage preparation and approval process for solid waste
documents required by the CIWMB. Coordinate completion of
solid waste
studies for San Francisco.
4. Provide assistance to City departments in reducing refuse
Assist in negotiation of City departments collection agreements.
5. Contingency Landfill Search. Assist in negotiations.
6. Assisting with the garbage collection and disposal rate
process and related analyses. Responsible for Rate Board
7. Attending various meetings with the garbage companies and
with coordination and oversight of the companies' activities.
8. Reviewing local, state and federal legislation to assess the
on San Francisco's solid waste management polices and
9. Conduct, oversee or assist with general solid waste analysis
as surveys, facility proposals, service complaint reports and
productivity measurement.
10. Responsible for administration and personnel functions of
Solid Waste Management Program.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Four year college or university degree,
major work in planning,
environmental sciences, public administration or related fields;


Five years of progressively responsible administrative and/or
supervisory experience in solid waste, hazardous waste, waste
water or
other public policy areas dealing with complex and sensitive
environmental regulation issues. Up to three years of
and/or supervisory experience in other fields can be
however, integrated waste experience is preferred. (Possession
of a
Masters or Doctorate degree in Planning, Environmental Sciences,
Administration, Business Administration or related fields may be
substituted for 1 to 2 years of experience, respectively).

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of California Solid Waste
legislation and practices. Experience with local and state
legislative and administrative processes.


* Ability to design and manage complex public policy planning
* Ability to manage consultant contracts within budget and time
* Ability to prepare and monitor large public sector budgets.
* Excellent report and letter writing skills.
* Ability to prepare and/or interpret legislative proposals.
* Ability to work well with a wide variety of individuals,
community activists, garbage company representatives, state and
regulatory personnel and local legislators.
* Excellent public speaking skills.
* Understanding of and familiarity with regulatory policy

SALARY: 1370 Special Assistant XI- Salary range $52,435-$63,736
Appointment above the lowest step requires approval by the
Officer and is available only under limited circumstances.
This is an
exempt position.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should send a resume and
letter to:
"Solid Waste Admin. & Development Manager" Recruitment
Solid Waste Management Program
1145 Market Street, Suite 401
San Francisco, CA 94103

The deadline for receipt of application is 4 pm on March 6,
(this deadline may be extended).

An Equal Opportunity Employer
Minority, Women and Disabled candidates are encouraged to apply.


Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 06:14:05 -0800 (PST)
From: "Amy K. Townsend" <>
Subject: Smart Office

Sorry for the problems with the Smart Office. It seems that
some time over
the past few days our server mistakenly deleted the files on our
web site.
I'll let you know when it's back up.

Amy Townsend

Amy Townsend
President, Sustainable Development International Corp. (SDIC)
P.O. Box 623
Olney, MD 20830
phone: (301)774-0917/fax: (301)570-9394
Web Site:

At 06:28 PM 2/17/98 EST, you wrote:
>Responding to:
>>>Can anyone tell me the correct address for the 'Smart Office'
>>>given a few days ago? The given address
>>>doesn't work for me.
>For what it's worth, I went to the Smart Office site last week
and tooled
>around. Some good stuff worth visiting. The web address you
gave above
>was right so I'm not sure what the problem is. I just went
there myself
>and no one's home (by the way, they need to come up with better
>than the old text based error in tracking down your address
> Alfred E. Neumann getting ready to shoot his
computer or
>David Biddle
>7366 Rural Lane
>Philadelphia, PA 19119
>215-247-2974 (voice and fax)


Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 15:25:09 -0800
From: S Gates <>
Subject: Weight of grass clippings

I am trying to get an estimage for the weight (in pounds) of a
yard of grass clippings. I realize that the weight is very
dependent on
moisture content and the weight of fresh clippings will be much
than clippings that have had a day or two to dry out. Be that
as it
may, does anyone have a poundage estimate?

Thanks for your help,
Sharon Gates
Integrated Urban Forestry


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Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 18:43:20 -0500 (EST)
From: Ali Noorani <>
Subject: Public Housing and Recycling Programs

I am working with a public housing development in Boston interested in
developing a recycling program. I am curious if there are
strategies/models utilized elsewhere that have proven successful or
complete disasters.

Thank you.



Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 06:42:31 -0800 (PST)
From: "Robert T. Lester" <>
Subject: Weight of grass clippings

Dear Sharon:

As you said, the weight is highly dependent upon moisure content, but I've
seen a figure of 400-450/lbs per cu. yd. (uncompacted). That would probably
be fairly fresh grass given that that's about the same range for glass
bottles and computer paper.

Good Luck.

Robert Lester

Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 15:25:09 -0800
From: S Gates <>
Subject: Weight of grass clippings

I am trying to get an estimage for the weight (in pounds) of a cubic
yard of grass clippings. I realize that the weight is very dependent on
moisture content and the weight of fresh clippings will be much greater
than clippings that have had a day or two to dry out. Be that as it
may, does anyone have a poundage estimate?

Thanks for your help,
Sharon Gates
Integrated Urban Forestry
Robert T. Lester
Vice President
International American Group, Inc.
1101 30th Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20007
tel. 202.986.6000
fax: 202.625.4896
personal fax: 703.299.6590


Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 08:26:00 -0800
From: "Rebecca Brown" <>
Subject: Weight of grass clippings

Hi, Sharon,
The figures I have are that 1,000 sq.ft. of turf generates aprx.
300 pounds of grass/yr. I haven't calculated that in cubic
yards, though. Trevor O'Shaughnessy at CIWMB provided these
numbers to me, and he may have additional info you can use. His
phone (last time I called!) was 916-255-2624.

Rebecca Brown

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Date: Wed, Feb 18, 1998 3:25 PM
Subject: Weight of grass clippings
To: greenyes; Rebecca Brown
I am trying to get an estimage for the weight (in pounds) of a cubic
yard of grass clippings. I realize that the weight is very dependent on
moisture content and the weight of fresh clippings will be much greater
than clippings that have had a day or two to dry out. Be that as it
may, does anyone have a poundage estimate?

Thanks for your help,
Sharon Gates
Integrated Urban Forestry

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