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Marvin, any ideas?  Jim

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From: CHRISTINE MIKTARIAN <chrstine@sfsu.edu>
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Subject: NEED INFO FOR WMOs
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We are conducting an audit for a Futon mfg company.  They have waste
consisting of small pieces of fabric, large burlap bags and husk.  Does anyone
 have ideas where to recycle? Or
if these type of WMOs have been done?

Please respond asap with any info, it would be very much appreciated.

Specifics on the waste:

Burlap Bags:  Bags which contained 500 pounds of cotton.

Fabric:  9 cubic yards generated per week.  They are mostly small pieces,
shredded.

Husk:  Husk is from the cotton, 25 pound generated per week.


Christine Miktarian

Industrial Assessment Center
School of Engineering
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
415-338-6218


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