Re: [GRRN] Who counts incineration as recycling?

From: Gary Liss (gary@garyliss.com)
Date: Mon Jul 17 2000 - 14:51:18 EDT

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    Mike,

    In California, "transformation" (including waste-to-energy systems) can
    count for up to 10% of the 50% waste diversion goal for the year 2000.

    Gary Liss

    At 11:04 AM 07/15/00 , Stephanie C. Davis wrote:
    >The below message is forwarded from a colleague not on the listserv.
    >Forward as appropriate and apologies for any duplications/multiple
    >listserv postings.
    >
    >PLEASE RESPOND DIRECTLY TO: Giuranna.Mike@epamail.epa.gov
    >AND CC: ScD18@WasteReductionRemedies.com
    >AND CC: the listserv, if appropriate.
    >THANKS
    >
    >-----------
    >Does anyone have any information on which States or whoever count incineration
    >as recycling or recovery when calculating their recycling rate? Also do you
    >know how they calculate it? ( as reuse of ash or as energy recovery or
    >however?)
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >
    >Mike Giuranna
    >EPA, Region III
    >1650 Arch Street
    >Philadelphia, PA 19103-2029
    >215-814-3298
    >215-814-3163 fax
    >e-mail giuranna.mike@epa.gov

    Gary Liss
    916-652-7850
    Fax: 916-652-0485



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