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[GreenYes] Re: Recyclable Plastic Cups

I am surprised to hear that because we have supply of Bio-degradable
containers that are convertible into natural fertilizers. Is that not
better than recyclable since there will be no energy wasted to recycle

GreenBeing Nancy

<-----Original Message----->
>From: lstoerkel@no.address [lstoerkel@no.address]
>Sent: 3/27/2007 11:53:39 PM
>To: GreenYes@no.address
>Subject: Re: [GreenYes] Re: Recyclable Plastic Cups
>Dear Craig,
>Here is California we have AB2176 which requires events of a certain
>size to create a recycling plan. Not a perfect solution, but it has
>generated alot of talk and resources dedicated to solving the problems
>of special events waste management.
>Stephen's right, there aren't any recyclable cups, so re-usables or
>compostables are the way to go.
>Best of Luck!!

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