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Re: [GreenYes] Recycling at Music Festivals
I looked at the Clean Vibes group web site and their only stats show a
pretty dismal rate of recycling. The only music festival that they list on
their web site is for a music festival in Florida where only 15% of the
total waste was diverted to recycling. To me, this does not seem like a very
good record.

Peace,
Ben

----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin Stockdale" <jstockdale@co.santa-fe.nm.us>
To: "green" <greenyes@grrn.org>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2002 4:44 PM
Subject: [GreenYes] Recycling at Music Festivals


> I do not recall the original requester, but I referred him, and now
> y'all to a group that does nothing but recycle at music festivals. Check
> out www.cleanvibes.com for a look at what is going on, and has been
> going on for years right here at home. I don't know the group
> personally, and have not seen them in action either, but I do know one
> of there past (present) crew leaders and I am confident these guys are
> good at what they do! Perhaps, this discussion will spur someone else to
> go on a summer tour with the recycling truck!
> Have a great weekend....and see you at the show!
> Justin
>


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