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Re: [greenyes] Penn and Teller take on recycling


Christine:
I'd say that one thing you could "do" to counteract such propaganda is to send
out a letter to the editor in your local newspaper, or a guest opinion in your
local newspaper, or a press realease from your organization on the day of the
airing and clarify what "trash" their propaganda is and provide your expertise
and experience as proof. People are sure to believe you input being a real
person in the community over some TV show hillaria
Toni.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christine McCoy" <cmccoy@no.address>
To: "Greenyes@no.address Org" <greenyes@no.address>
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 9:40 AM
Subject: RE: [greenyes] Penn and Teller take on recycling


> Does it get more negative then this?
>
> Thursday, April 29
>
> It's the ultimate "feel-good" activity. But here's the truth: recycling is
> garbage.
> The recycling industry creates pollution, has to be subsidized by the
> government because it's cost ineffective, and is completely unnecessary.
> Contrary to popular belief, our landfills are not running out of space - we
> have enough room to last for thousands of years! So how did the bullshit of
> recycling get started? We've tracked down the faceless bureaucrat who's
> responsible!
>
> I just watched a clip and they had the average "Joe" running around like a
> fool trying to sort their garbage/recycables while some guy stood behind
> them with a bull horn when they make a mistake. It looks absolutely awful.
>
> What can we do to respond? Eric? Jack? I know there are numbers out there
> that prove recycling is cost affective (even in areas where landfill prices
> are low) and creates jobs (more then the auto industry?!
>
> This is a blow for all of us - and I don't really find it all that humorous.
>
> 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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