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RE: [GreenYes] Alternatives to "Traditional" Curbside Recycling
Hi there. You may want to check out what's going on in Nova Scotia, where most of the municipalities are going with blue bags. Here are some sites for you to visit:

The Halifax Regional Municipality: http://www.region.halifax.ns.ca/wrms/index.html

The Resource Recovery Fund Board: www.rrfb.com

Nova Scotia Environment and Labour: http://www.gov.ns.ca/enla/

Hope this helps.

Jean-Louis


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Jean-Louis Gaudet
Lura Consulting

1496 Lower Water Street, Suite 420
Halifax, Nova Scotia  B3J 1R9
Canada

T: (902) 422-8088
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E: jean.lura@ns.sympatico.ca


-----Original Message-----
From:	Susan Bush 
Sent:	Friday, February 22, 2002 2:25 PM
To:	greenyes@grrn.org
Subject:	[GreenYes] Alternatives to  "Traditional" Curbside Recycling

I'm doing some research on alternatives to "Traditional" curbside recycling that would require a special coll'n vehicle for recyclables, or an automated multi-purpose vehicle.  Does anyone know of communities that have successfully implemented recycling programs using "dirty MRFs", blue-bag programs (I am aware of Chicago's program and a few others, but would be particularly interested in very successful programs) or even a community that has implemented a very successful drop off program?  Any leads would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! 
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