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[GreenYes] Durable totes, pallets and Starbucks

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Greetings GreenYes'ers, et. al.

REQUEST FOR SOURCING, ECONOMIC, AND CASE STUDY INFORMATION ON:

* DURABLE/ RETURNABLE TOTES and
* HEAVY-DUTY PLASTIC PALLETS

If you have information, case studies, economic analyses, etc. on 
durable reusable totes (as replacements for cardboard boxes) I would 
appreciate your forwarding them to me.  I am focusing on totes used 
for shipments in the 40-pound range.

As part of some work I am doing for Starbucks, we identified possible 
source reduction opportunities through introduction of return-trip 
totes.  Any information I can gather will be most helpful in guiding 
Starbucks' consideration of implementing such an option.

For a different application, I am also hoping to provide them with 
sourcing information on heaviest-duty plastic pallets.

While I am gathering this information from many sources, the GreenYes 
list-serve has always proven useful in turning up a few rare gems. 
Thanks in advance for your responses.

David Stitzhal
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David Stitzhal, MRP
President
Full Circle Environmental, Inc.
2955 36th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144
206-723-0528 phone
206-723-2452 fax
stitzhal@fullcircleenvironmental.com
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