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RE: [greenyes] Recycling evicted from Post Offices
I have received the same complaint here in the Minneapolis - Saint Paul,
Minnesota area. The resident who complained did not get what he felt was a
satisfactory response as to why. I am guessing it is a national change, but
don't know. Since the trash cans were not removed, I don't think they could
use security as a reason.
Cathi Lyman-Onkka
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Department of Public Health
Environmental Health Section
cathi.lyman-onkka@no.address
Phone: 651-773-4449   Fax: 651-773-4454


-----Original Message-----
From: Christine McCoy [mailto:cmccoy@no.address]
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2003 10:32 AM
To: Sam Warren; greenyes@no.address; 'Summit Recycling'
Subject: [greenyes] Recycling evicted from Post Offices


WHAT? The Postal Service has been supportive of recycling in the past. Is
this due to the anthrax scare? I find it hard to believe they would pull
recycling. They have been involved with NRC in the past. I imagine I could
get a contact name here in DC and follow-up on this. Does anyone have more
specific information as to this change in policy and/or their rationale?

Sincerely,

Christine McCoy
Director, Environmental Programs
Rural Community Assistance Program
1522 K Street, NW #400
Washington, DC  20005
Phone: 202/408-1273 ext. 104
Fax: 202/408-8165
Email: cmccoy@no.address









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