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[GreenYes] Re: Info. sources that cite recycling benefits sought by a MD county study subcommittee

A good place to start would be the National Recycling Coalition
( and the EPA


On Feb 21, 3:05 pm, "James Wood" <jw...@no.address> wrote:
> Dear GreenYes colleagues,
> A subcommittee of motivated volunteer grass roots recycling advocates has been asked by a consultant working on a Solid Waste & Recycling study for one of our counties to provide a cited list of the benefits of recycling.  
> The subcommittee was tasked to provide a qualitative summary of the benefits of recycling, including various approaches (curbside in general, single stream, dual stream, PAYT, etc.).  They've been asked to substantiate the data and cite literature to quantify value (of recycling).
> In order to increase the pool of information sources beyond what the group may compile otherwise (such as the WARM model), we are seeking information, or suggested sources regarding recycling's benefits that the vast wealth of GreenYes members may have.
> Please include Recycle Talbot! ( i...@no.address ) in replies.
> Thank you in advance.
> James Wood
> <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
> Recycling "Shore"  Matters!
> James Wood, Regional Coordinator
> Midshore Regional Recycling Program
> P.O. Box 56
> Centreville, MD  21617
> 410-758-6605  410-758-6606 Fax
>  jw...@no.address
> The Midshore Regional Recycling Program is a cooperative partnership by and between the Maryland Counties of Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot.

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