[GRRN] greenyes-d Digest V00 #2

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Date: Tue Jan 04 2000 - 11:20:38 EST

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    >greenyes-d Digest Volume 00 : Issue 2
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    >Today's Topics:
    > [GRRN] condo recycling [ "Viv
    Watts" <recycle@toxicsaction.org> ]
    > Re: [GRRN] condo recycling [ Tom
    Lent <tlent@econet.org> ]
    > [GRRN] International Bio-Recovery Corp. [
    Dimeanor@aol.com ]
    > [GRRN] bird waste composting [
    "Brian W. Pugh" <BPugh@4county.com> ]
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    >Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2000 12:39:14 -0400
    >From: "Viv Watts" <recycle@toxicsaction.org>
    >To: <greenyes@earthsystems.org>
    >Subject: [GRRN] condo recycling
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    >Hi everyone -
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    > I am working with a group of condo residents who are campaigning to get =
    >their
    >city to provide trash and recycling service to all condo complexes in =
    >the city. They wonder if there are other condo associations/or =
    >coalitions of condo residents who have been successful or are working to =
    >do the same thing.
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    >Please let me know of towns that provide recycling and trash service to =
    >all condos and apartment buildings (in or outside of Massachusetts). =
    >They'd like to provide a big list to city council members to show that =
    >it's feasible.
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    > Thanks,
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    >Vivien Watts
    >Recycling Initiative Campaign
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    ><DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Hi everyone -<BR><BR>&nbsp;I am working =
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    >Date: Mon, 03 Jan 2000 10:12:28 -0800
    >From: Tom Lent <tlent@econet.org>
    >To: Viv Watts <recycle@toxicsaction.org>
    >CC: greenyes@earthsystems.org
    >Subject: Re: [GRRN] condo recycling
    >Message-ID: <3870E68C.75899774@econet.org>
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    >Berkeley, California does.
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    >> Viv Watts wrote:
    >>
    >> Hi everyone -
    >>
    >> I am working with a group of condo residents who are campaigning to
    >> get their
    >> city to provide trash and recycling service to all condo complexes in
    >> the city. They wonder if there are other condo
    >> associations/or coalitions of condo residents who have been successful
    >> or are working to do the same thing.
    >> Please let me know of towns that provide recycling and trash service
    >> to all condos and apartment buildings (in or outside of
    >> Massachusetts). They'd like to provide a big list to city council
    >> members to show that it's feasible.
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >> Vivien Watts
    >> Recycling Initiative Campaign
    >
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    >Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2000 13:51:36 EST
    >From: Dimeanor@aol.com
    >To: greenyes@earthsystems.org, EPPNET@lilith.webrover.com
    >Subject: [GRRN] International Bio-Recovery Corp.
    >Message-ID: <0.8351d649.25a249b8@aol.com>
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    >Hello --
    >
    >Does anyone have information on a Canadian company called International
    >Bio-Recovery Corp.? They process organic materials -- primarily food waste
    >-- to make a liquid and pellet fertilizer. I believe they are in or near
    >Vancouver. Any information and/or leads would be helpful.
    >
    >Thanks --
    >Resa Dimino
    >Sustainable Enterprise
    >RADimino@aol.com
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    >Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2000 14:34:02 -0600
    >From: "Brian W. Pugh" <BPugh@4county.com>
    >To: "'greenyes@earthsystems.org'" <greenyes@earthsystems.org>
    >Subject: [GRRN] bird waste composting
    >Message-ID: <714C75AB29B9D11180DD0000E8DE52BB043D6E@FOURCOUNTY01>
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    >Hello everyone,
    >
    >I've got an interesting request. I've been ask to come and talk about
    >composting to a group of bird owners on Sunday. They are really interested
    >in composting the bird waste along with the newspaper. I know a little
    >about composting in general and have no problem talking about that. Does
    >anyone out there have interesting stories or facts about trying to compost
    >bird waste at home? I know this is a crazy request but I'd like to have
    >some fun with these people this weekend. Thanks.
    >
    >Brian Pugh
    >Four County Solid Waste District
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