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RE: [greenyes] Stakeholder input to EPA
Hi Ric ~

Can you send us out details on how we can provide input to this process via
email or letter? There are some interesting European reports that put an
economic cost on the externalites of handling solid waste, including some
data on specific materials.

Thanks,

John Reindl, Recycling Manager
Dane County, WI 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: RicAnthony@no.address [mailto:RicAnthony@no.address]
> Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 10:50 AM
> To: greenyes@no.address
> Subject: [greenyes] Stakeholder input
> 
> 
> EPA Region 9 is having stakeholder hearings requesting input to EPA.
> 
> Dear EPA:
> 
> I suggest the following three things:
> 
> All states hold off on all new landfill permits while EPA starts a
national 
> data gathering investigation on the impacts of leachate on groundwater and
gas 
> emissions on air quality and determines scientifically whether sanitary 
> landfill meets the criteria of the Resource Conservation ad Recovery Act.
> 
> Gather current data and publish technology and monitoring standards for
wet 
> materials composting (food, yard debris, and food dirty paper).  Follow 
> Europe's lead and phase out the disposal of these specific organic
materials in 
> landfill.
> 
> Implement training programs that will prepare the new millennium resource 
> managers to handle the discards of today and in the future.
> 
> Thanks  for my chance,
> Richard V Anthony
> RichardAnthonyAssociates.com
> RicAnthony@no.address
> San Diego CA 92109
> 




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