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[GreenYes] Re: Beyond newspapers

In my little town, back before they built the mall, they used to pick up the
garbage (i.e. organic trash) weekly.

It's amazing how much trash my neighbors, and probably most Americans,
in spite of the mantra reduce, reuse, recycle.

Workin for peace and cooperation,

Mike Morin

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Muller" <amuller@no.address>
To: "arthur boone" <arboone3@no.address>; <GreenYes@no.address>
Sent: Friday, September 15, 2006 8:48 AM
Subject: [GreenYes] Re: Beyond newspapers

> At 08:36 AM 9/15/2006 -0700, arthur boone wrote:
>>I believe the first large jurisdiction to take other papers in a
>>curbside program than newspaper was San Francisco about 1988; is
>>that correct? Arthur R. Boone
> Rick Anthony pointed out a few weeks ago that before WWII all major
> US cities had curbside pickup. So the answer probably depends on the
> time span the question applies to.
> Alan Muller
> Alan Muller, Executive Director
> Green Delaware
> Box 69
> Port Penn, DE 19731 USA
> (302)834-3466
> fax (302)836-3005
> greendel@no.address
> >

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