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[GreenYes] Re: Mixed Paper Studys??


Hi Martin,



Here is how our mixed curbside residential paper looks here in Boulder
County, Colorado. Sorry, but we've never done a sort on the "junk mail"
category. I'd be curious if these numbers are much different than other
numbers you may harvest from your GreenYes question? Please let us all
know your results,



Grazie,

Eric




Boulder Mix

%




News

63.4%




OCC

10.1%




Magazines

8.6%




White Ledger

6.8%




Chipboard

3.6%




Trash

2.8%




Phone Books

2.8%




Junk Mail

1.9%




Total

100.0%







Eric Lombardi

Executive Director

Eco-Cycle Inc

5030 Pearl St.

Boulder, CO. 80301

303-444-6634

www.ecocycle.org



-----Original Message-----
From: GreenYes@no.address [mailto:GreenYes@no.address] On Behalf
Of Martin Bourque
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 3:45 PM
To: Green Yes
Subject: [GreenYes] Mixed Paper Studys??



Does anyone have studies related to the specific breakdown of recyclable
paper from residentia lsources?



We are particularly interested in what proportion is from catalogues, and
any work that has been done in classifying mixed paper and "junk mail"
types.



Any help would be greatly appreciated.



Best,



Martin Bourque

Executive Director

Ecology Center



(510) 548-2220 x234

www.ecologycenter.org

2530 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley CA 94703






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