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Re: E-M:/ Looking for U.S. Innovators in Waste Management

Enviro-Mich message from Lowell Prag <lprag@mail.msen.com>

Hello Tracy,

Per your post below, you will get expertise from the entire USA if you
also post your question to the US Composting Council. They can answer very
technical questions for you, on the various areas you mention:

Non-members of USCC are encouraged to join the Council through our website
at: http://www.compostingcouncil.org/membership.cfm For discussion list
policies and information regarding subscribing, unsubscribing, digest or
other options, go to: http://mailman.cloudnet.com/mailman/listinfo/compost

Also, the moderator of USCC is very knowledgeable and is probably 
available if you need people for speaking engagements:
Jim McNelly, at jim@composter.com

Lowell Prag

On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, b1ekas22 wrote:

> Hello,

> I am looking for people involved in innovative, creative, cutting-edge
> ecological waste managment practices from the United States.
> Preferably in these three waste streams: sewage, garbage, and manure.
> Please contact me if anything comes to mind.

> Thank you
> Tracy Ryan
> Communications Coordinator, EcoFluency
> tracyryan50@hotmail.com
> 613-272-5395

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