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[greenyes] Re:CD Jewel Boxes
My understanding is that Green Disk from Washington State now has expanded their recycling/reuse to include CDs, video tape and other media. They have several regional reprocessing centers: 1-800-305 DISK to find out more about how they can reprocess. My understanding is that these cases are made from polystyrene.
CD jewel boxes?
	533 by: Tom Rhodes <tom.rhodes@no.address>

CD Jewl Boxes.
	534 by: "Rod" <rodmuir@no.address>



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Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 08:08:47 -0400
To: "'Steen, Terri L. - Contractor'" <Terri_Steen@no.address>, 
	greenyes@no.address 
From: Tom Rhodes <tom.rhodes@no.address>
Subject: RE: [greenyes] CD jewel boxes?
Message-ID: <0C508BCADE05EB4F97E8FA756D9E1D5C08BE27@no.address>

G'day Terri,

	The tennant with the CD jewel boxes can list them on NC WasteTrader
waste exchange for free.  www.ncwastetrader.org 


-----Original Message-----
From: Steen, Terri L. - Contractor [mailto:Terri_Steen@no.address] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 1:52 PM
To: greenyes@no.address 
Subject: [greenyes] CD jewel boxes?

A tenant here has a large quantity of CD jewel box/cases that are in very
good condition, and they are likely to continue generating them.

Any ideas how to reuse or recycle the ones they have?  








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