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RE: [greenyes] "Should Congress pass a national deposit law?"

Well, someone for example said they wanted to say that curbside recycling
programs are a better way to capture containers for recycling.

Unfortunately the way the poll was done the only other option - other than a
bottle bill - was a negative answer based on people's limited understanding
of what other options exist.

-----Original Message-----
From: Karl Zehr [mailto:thorshammer71678@no.address]
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2005 1:00 PM
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Subject: Re: [greenyes] "Should Congress pass a national deposit law?"

What other strategies would there be?

Christine McCoy <cmccoy@no.address> wrote:
Jenny et al -

Do you know what made them decide to ask the question in this manner?
to me that there could have been other options allowed for polling
Aren't there other strategies that could reduce container waste? I think
it's great that they put up a poll, just not sure they are asking the


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