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[GreenYes] RE: [heur] [GreenYes] Can you feed the stuff to the fish?

Especially after the NRC presentation during which the NatureWorks rep.
stated that PLA will NOT decompose as litter on the roadside or in
water; only in a compost pile of 150 degrees!

Pete Pasterz


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Subject: [heur] [GreenYes] Can you feed the stuff to the fish?
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In a message dated 11/2/2006 12:06:44 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
stevew@no.address writes:think bio-plastic bottles are a great
idea except the "recycling problem" is definitely a concern.....should
definitely support other bio-plastic products such as cups, and
foodservice containers.

I worry about all the food service containers and utensils that are
dumped into the environment becoming fish and bird food before totally

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