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[GreenYes] Communities with waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities combining recycling FYI

More than 10 years after the first investigation documenting
waste-to-energy's compatibility with recycling, a new comprehensive survey definitively
demonstrates that the two waste management options work well together.
By Jonathan V.L. Kiser
Communities with waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities across the country
responded enthusiastically in favor of combining recycling with WTE for the
management of household trash. The 2002 survey not only confirmed that recycling and
WTE are compatible but also provided solid reasons why the two technologies
perform better together than separately. (The compatibility survey, conducted
as part of the investigation to compile The 2002 ISWA [Integrated Waste
Services Association] Directory of Waste-to-Energy Plants, was conducted between
April and September 2002. For a copy of the directory, contact IWSA at
202/467-6240 or e-mail _Zanneswte@no.address (mailto:Zanneswte@no.address) .) Key
findings include the following:
So discuss already
leonard e. wheeler jr

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