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RE: Fur from Dog Grooming



Janette,

I've heard more than one fanatical home composter say that human hair
composts very nicely -- if your landfill has a yard waste program, maybe
they can divert the dog hair to that destination. A posting on the
compost listserver might also get your groomer in touch with local folks
who would be glad for the additions to their compost pile. 

To post to the compost listserver you'll have to subscribe: email to
listproc@listproc.wsu.edu with the following request:
		subscribe COMPOST

At the bottom of this email I also pasted a notice about an organic
wastes listserver that could be a good place to re-post your query --
I've never subscribed to that one so have no idea if there's any traffic
on it.

Regards,
Melissa

Melissa Malkin
Research Triangle Institute, Pollution Prevention Program 
POB 12194 
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2194
voice: (919) 541-6154     fax (919) 541 7155
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