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RE: P2 in food prep and disposal and industrial laundry at prisons



Hello,

Correctional Service Canada has been composting kitchen food waste at one of
its prison at Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines near Montreal.  Their experience might
be helpful to what you are looking for.  As a starter, read a short article
published in our regional newsbulletin on the web at this address :

http://www.qc.ec.gc.ca/protect/english/prevention/virage/viragenovember98.ht
m

The second article entitled  Composting at Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines : A Huge
Success  will give you an overview of what has been done at this facility.
The contact person for this particular project is Georges Flanagan,
Assistant Warden (Management Services), Correctional Services Canada, Tel.:
(450) 478-5933.

Regards,

Jean-Claude Prevost, M. Sc. env. 
Project Manager 
Environment Canada, Pollution Prevention 
105 McGill Street (4th floor) 
Montreal, Qc  H2Y 2E7 

E-mail : Jean-Claude.Prevost@ec.gc.ca 
Telephone : (514) 496-6856 
Fax : (514) 283-5836 


-----Message d'origine-----
De: Gaithermj@aol.com [mailto:Gaithermj@aol.com]
Date: 4 mai, 2000 11:26
: p2tech@great-lakes.net
Objet: P2 in food prep and disposal and industrial laundry at prisons 


Looking for good reference material or experts to contact on P2 for 
institutions, related to foodservice and laundry.

i.e., in-vessel food composting at prisons
    disposable dishes vs. reusables and washing
    ways to minimize food (solid and liquid) waste

    energy -efficiency and water conservation specific to food or laundry.  

Best Regards.

Michelle Gaither
PPRC