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[GreenYes] Re: Video footage of post-curbside processing.

The best single video I've ever seen on paper recycling was the one Weyerhauser did and that Pete Grogan showed in his keynote speech at the Illinois Recycling Association's 25th annual recycling conference.  It took you inside the plants and featured interviews with guys actually running the machinery.  

ISRI would be a good source for videos on a variety of scrap commodities, I bet.

On Nov 25, 2008, at 3:55 PM, arthur boone wrote:

A teacher friend recently asked if I had a CD/video that showed what happened to materials after being collected at curbside; not so much being aggregated into large loads but how they were actually reprocessed into finished materials ready to be made into finished goods of paper, glass, metal, plastics, wood, etc.

Previously I had been referred to Wisconsin DNR's "Too Valuable to Waste" but didn't find that quite on target. Any ideas on this?

Arthur R. Boone
Total Recycling Associates
Berkeley, California

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