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[GreenYes] Where in the World have Governments adopted Zero Waste?


Apologies for Cross-Postings - see http://www.zwia.org/zwc.html

Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2006 23:50:23 -0800
To: Timothy Logan <timothyjwlogan@no.address>, Warren Snow <wsnow@no.address>
From: Gary Liss <gary@no.address>
Subject: Where in the World have Governments adopted Zero Waste?
Cc: Barbara Warren <warrenba@no.address>

Timothy,

I compiled the list of all those I knew of, and that were referenced on the listserves. They are now posted on the website of the Zero Waste International Alliance at http://www.zwia.org/zwc.html. If anyone else knows of other communities that should be included on this list as having adopted Zero Waste as a goal, and/or are planning to achieve Zero Waste, please email me.

Thanks!

Gary

At 08:37 AM 11/30/2005, Timothy Logan wrote:
Warren and Gary,

Recent discussions with members of the NY City Council have raised the question of just where Zero Waste policy or goals have been adopted by governments. While I've certainly rattled off some of the better known ones - I was hoping that one or both of you could provide me with or direct me to a somewhat comprehensive list. Please let me know asap - please reply all so as to speedily pass this information to my colleague, Barbara Warren, who co-authored <http://www.consumersunion.org/other/zero-waste/>Reaching for Zero our model plan for NYC.

Thanks,
Timothy J.W. Logan
Lead Organizer, NYC Zero Waste Campaign

P.S. Happy Holidays this Season.


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