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Re: [greenyes] biosolids


Eventually you might look into this:

www.changingworldtech.com

Though they're up to their ears now in new construction on new
bio-converter plants. They've got their plant expansions mapped out
for the next couple of years at least. There's a half dozen or so
other companies that the EPA is working with on the biowastes disposal
problem; you might ask them.

On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 09:10:15 -0700 (PDT), you wrote:

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>Chris Paterson <communitypartnerships@no.address> wrote:
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>If anyone has suggestions of where to look or, even better, examples
>they can share, I would greatly appreciate the feedback.
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>Here's where the biosolids from our wastewater treatment plants go on Maui:
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>http://www.ekocompost.bigstep.com/homepage.html
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>Aloha
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>Bob Armantrout
>
>Pacific Biodiesel, Inc.
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