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Re: [greenyes] Fw:
I would like to hear more on this subject as well.
D Hughes

At 02:41 PM 09/29/2003 -0400, Rod wrote:

Dear greenyes'er who attended the NRC in Baltimore.

I was very anxious to attend the
Monday 3 - 5 pm session.
"The Implications of Single Stream".
But had a conflict with another session.

I interested in hearing from anyone who attended.

Was any kind of concensus reached?
ie. Does single stream make sense
If yes under what (top 3) circumstances

Thanks in advance.
Rod Muir,
Waste Diversion Toronto

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