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[GreenYes] Fwd: Re: info please? Zero Trash Day fiction book for kids


I had the following exchange when I emailed the info email (info@no.address), and was told it was a grassroots effort. I wrote back to ask for the last name of the person answering the email.
 
Deborah Strod
Lexington, MA

NoTrash <info@no.address> wrote:
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 09:54:12 -0700
From: NoTrash <info@no.address>
To: "Deborah Strod" <deborah_strod@no.address>
Subject: Re: info please? Zero Trash Day fiction book for kids

No Trash Week is an effort by individuals to make no trash for an entire week. So far the biggest challenge is dealing with food containers which were bought before the week started. It's not too difficult to buy package-free food for most things, but finding ways to not make trash when you already have it in your house is tricky. This is a grassroots movement, beginning with individual efforts and spreading through the community through word of mouth and internet sharing. I'm starting to work with a couple local high schools to help them try for a No Trash Week at their school in a few months. Please let me know if you need any information that you can't find on the website!
Thanks for your interest :)
-Elise

On Oct 10, 2007 7:05 AM, Deborah Strod <deborah_strod@no.address> wrote:
Please tell me about your project!  I've been writing a kids book called The Zero Trash Day about a group of kids that try to get their families to make no trash for one day.
 
Thanks,

Debbie Strod





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