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RE: [greenyes] Re: Cat Litter in the Waste Stream

And on a practical note, sewage plants are not ready to handle the
increased matter from cat's droppings - the infrastructure of many areas
is already heavily burdened from increased human population.


Rose Niemi
Merced County Association of Governments
369 West 18th Street
Merced CA 95340
209-723-3153, extension 315

>>> "Heidi Feldman" <hfeldman@no.address> 11/22/2004 2:29:18 PM >>>
A large increase in mysterious deaths of sea otters in Monterey Bay
been attributed to cat litter in the sewage water. This doesn't
apply to the topic at hand but I think it's an alarming discovery.

Heidi Feldman
Public Education Coordinator
Monterey Regional Waste Management District
Tel.: 831/384-5313 FAX: 831/384-3567

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