Title: [GreenYes] Re: Video footage of post-curbside processing.
You might be interested in an amateur virtual tour video of the City
of Guelph (ON) Waste Resource Innovation Centre.
goddess of rot
On Dec 1, 9:20 am, "Ann Dorfman" <dorfman...@no.address> wrote:
> There seem to be a number of video’s available. The Springfield MRF in MA
> also has a very good video. You can view it atwww.springfieldmrf.org - on
> the first box on the left hand side it says "inside the springfield
> mrf" right under that you will see a line you can click on that says see a
> video of mrf operations. You can probably request a CD of the video from
> most of the places people have recommended.
> Ann Dorfman
> Recycling & Resource Management Consulting
> 9 Henshaw Street, Newton, MA 02465
> O: 617-244-9321
> C: 617-413-4901
> F: 617-446-1431
> From: GreenYes@no.address [mailto:GreenYes@no.address] On Behalf
> Of arthur boone
> Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 6:56 PM
> To: GreenYes@no.address
> Subject: [GreenYes] Video footage of post-curbside processing.
> 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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