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[greenyes] Re: greenyes Digest 19 May 2004 22:32:37 -0000 Issue 159


Thanks for those surprising statistics about aluminum!

The landfill mining (for metals, etc.) program did not progress in New Jersey
in the '80s because the mafia-controlled sanitation "lobby" nixed it.
("Mafia" was the term used when my colleague, an Italian-American who brought the
Austrians to New Jersey, told me the story.)

Carol Steinfeld

In a message dated 5/19/04 2:30:25 PM, greenyes-digest-help@no.address writes:


>
> > Konrad Ruckstuhl did a pilot program recovering a portion of an old land
> > fill for Collier County in Florida in the late 80's.
> >
> > I know because I built the grinder which prepared the materials for
> organics
> > recovery via composting.  The test operated for several months and was
> > terminated because of composting difficulties at the Collier County
> landfill
> > as I recall.  Anyone else have any input?
> >
> > Art Krenzel, P.E.
> > PHOENIX TECHNOLOGIES
> > 10505 NE 285TH Street
> > Battle Ground, WA 98604
> > 360-666-1883 voice
> > phoenix98604@no.address
> >
>


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