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Re: [greenyes] Fw:
I would like to hear more on this subject as well.
D Hughes

At 02:41 PM 09/29/2003 -0400, Rod wrote:

Dear greenyes'er who attended the NRC in Baltimore.

I was very anxious to attend the
Monday 3 - 5 pm session.
"The Implications of Single Stream".
But had a conflict with another session.

I interested in hearing from anyone who attended.

Was any kind of concensus reached?
ie. Does single stream make sense
Yes/No
If yes under what (top 3) circumstances

Thanks in advance.
Rod Muir,
Founder,
Waste Diversion Toronto

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Don Hughes, PhD student * Dept of Chemistry, 431 Jahn Laboratory * SUNY-College of Environmental Science & Forestry Syracuse, NY 13210 * 315-470-6597 djhughes@no.address * -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= "Inanimate objects are classified scientifically into three major categories -those that don't work, those that break down and those that get lost." Russell Baker (b. 1925); US journalist.






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