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[greenyes] RE: [html][heur][bayes] [greenyes] Recycle education in NC


My best advice is for the visitor to contact the Carolina Recycling
Association at (919)545-9050 or cra@no.address or the NC Dept. of
Env. & Natural Resources Pollution Prevention (NC DENR DPPEA)
www.p2pays.org. They will be able to tell them exactly who to contact
in the particular city or county they are looking to have a program.
Most of the counties in NC have a Recycling Coordinator (RC) or similar
contact either in the county or one of the major cities in their county.
If the county they are looking at does not have someone, the CRA could
likely make a recommendation of a neighboring RC that will help. An RC
would likely be the best person for the job of presentations.

Good luck,
Eileen Sousley
Cabarrus County, NC

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From: Amy Hemmert [mailto:amy@no.address]
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2005 4:55 PM
To: greenyes@no.address
Subject: [html][heur][bayes] [greenyes] Recycle education in NC


I received the following email from a visitor to our site:

"Do you know someone who visits schools to teach them about how to
recycle? Our school is in NC and I was curious if you know of any
educational programs for the lunch workers as well as the students."

Anybody doing this type of work in NC?

Thanks!

Amy Hemmert
Obentec, Inc.
amy@no.address
831-457-0301
www.laptoplunches.com
www.wastefreelunches.org

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