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[GreenYes] Re: source separation


Yes, and many cities that set up collections for the war effort (WWII)
continued source separated collection of recyclables through the Korean
Conflict. This was true in Wayzata, MN, a Minneapolis suburb where I
grew up.

Gretchen Brewer
NM Environment Dept
Santa Fe, NM

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Subject: [GreenYes] source separation


Helen is right!

Curbside was initiated from the very beginning of creating government
programs in this Country. I heard a story about Benjamin Franklin and
Curbside.

My research shows that all (I can find no exceptions) cities that were
established in America prior to the end of World War 2 had curbside
separation programs and mandatory separation requirements. Check your
cities solid waste ordinance in 1946.

Rick
Ricanthony@no.address
RichardAnthonyAssociates.com
San Diego, California



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