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[GreenYes] Re: Atlanta Airport Recycling?

I can't answer your specific question but my firm did an extensive
integrated solid waste management plan for Denver International Airport
last year. Some of our foundational research benchmarked 4 airports'
waste mgmt programs. NRDC did a really interesting study of airports &
recycling recently too. Let me know if you'd like information.
Gracestone, Inc.
303.494.4934 vox
303.494.4880 fax

Meg Lynch wrote:

> I saw a plenitude of waste containers every 20 feet or so, but did not
> notice any recycling bins whatsoever. (Not to say for sure that there
> were none, but I sure didn't see any.) The waste containers
> automatically compact the garbage -- I was quite startled when I put
> my lunch garbage in the container and it started to growl!
> >>> David Biddle <Dbiddle@no.address> 10/27/06 2:07 PM >>>
> I'm working on a recycling project at the Philadelphia International
> Airport. I'm just curious, for those of you at the NRC conference, how
> was the recycling program at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International
> Airport?
> For what it's worth, does anyone have contact info for the folks
> running that program?
> Thanks for the help...
> --
> David Biddle, Executive Director
> <>
> Greater Philadelphia Commercial Recycling Council
> P.O. Box 4037
> Philadelphia, PA 19118
> 215-247-3090 (desk)
> 215-432-8225 (cell)
> <>
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