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Re: [greenyes] weight to volume ratios


Helen-

Go to our website, www.gpcrc.com . The Resources page has a set of ³tools
and documents² one of which is a density conversion table:
http://www.greentreks.org/gpcrc/regulatory_toolsand.asp

Hope it¹s what you want.

David


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on 6/10/05 5:44 PM, Helen Spiegelman at hspie@no.address wrote:

> I used to have a handy chart from Resource Recycling that gave a range of
> numbers on weight-to-volume ratios, drawn from many studies, but I can't
> find it.
>
> Does anyone by any chance have any such figures handy?
>
> Thanks!
>
Helen.
on 6/10/05 5:44 PM, Helen Spiegelman at hspie@no.address wrote:

> I used to have a handy chart from Resource Recycling that gave a range of
> numbers on weight-to-volume ratios, drawn from many studies, but I can't
> find it.
>
> Does anyone by any chance have any such figures handy?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Helen.
>
>







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