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Re: [greenyes] Recyclables List

Try Recyclers World at Gotta go into each category and think
about what they¹re saying (some is reuse as opposed to recycling), but it¹s
certainly a huge listing.

Not exactly what your teacher¹s after but Wasteage has their Profiles in
Garbage for sale that might be helpful:

Good places to start anyway.

David Biddle, Executive Director

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on 8/26/05 11:21 AM, Amy Hemmert at amy@no.address wrote:

> I just received the following email from a 6th grade teacher visiting our
> site. She's looking for a complete list of what materials are recyclable,
> regardless of what's recycled in a particular area of the country. Anyone know
> where she can find this information?
> ------------------------
> I am gathering a number of samples of different items and plan to ask my class
> to research which are/and which are not recyclable.
> -- the lining bag of most cereal boxes, which seem to made of wax paper.
> -- styrofoam
> -- tin foil
> etc..
> Would you know of a reliable place /site where I could get a listing of those
> materials/items which CAN be recycled -- even if the facilities for it are not
> currently available?
> Thank you.
> -----------------------
> Amy Hemmert
> Obentec, Inc.
> amy@no.address
> 831-457-0301
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