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RE: consumer electronics and bulky waste
MN Office of Environmental Assistance has cut its teeth on this challenging topic.
Click on the "Plug into Recycling" icon for info about the program.
Tony Hainault at MN OEA can supplement web info with further details upon request (651) 215-0298. A report on MN's effort is planned for Summer 2000.
> From: Catherine Dickerson[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Reply To: Catherine Dickerson
> Sent: Wednesday, January 05, 2000 11:40 AM
> To: 'p2tech'
> Subject: consumer electronics and bulky waste
> Hello fellow P2techsters,
> One of our local governments is looking into implementing a large scale consumer electronics (computers, TVs, microwaves) recycling program, and asked us (among other things) if we know of any other agencies/governments that have tagged electronics recycling onto a bulky waste program? I thought I'd go right to the sources, and see if anyone out there in P2 Land has addressed this. If so, please let me know, so I can forward your name and other pertinent information to our local government contact.
> As always, thanks a bunch.
> Catherine M. Dickerson
> Technical Lead
> Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center
> 1326 Fifth Avenue, Suite 650
> Seattle, WA 98101
> Phone: 206-223-1151
> Fax: 206-223-1165
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Check out our website: http://www.pprc.org