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Fwd: Re: Cayenne pepper sludge



Now we are talking "top line" (brand) advantage.  This will dwarf the 
bottom line savings associated with the avoidance of landfill.  The 
customer can get relief from the outside with the rub and relief from the 
inside with the salsa and spicy mushrooms!  Maybe it will only be that the 
feeling of all of this in the stomach will help you forget the pain in the 
muscles.  Maybe the landfill is not such a bad place for this to go.

I am willing to bet that there are employees in the company that have 
excellent ideas about some alternative solutions.  It is too bad that no 
one is asking them.  This is one of the lessons learned in the US EPA P2 
Guide.  The tools in Chapter 4 help the P2 assessment team to properly 
engage the employees in a structured dialog and facilitates the development 
of action plans that can meet the targets and objectives provisions of the 
ISO 14001 program or can be managed without an EMS using the Systems Approach.

Bob Pojasek

>Sounds tasty, how about using it as a pulp/fibre component of salsa?
>
>Regards
>
>Bruce
>
>
>On 21 Oct 2003 at 6:10, Judith Wlodarczyk wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > The request is from a company that uses cayenne pepper in the 
> manufacturing of
> > sore muscle rubs.  Olive oil and the cayenne pepper are mixed together 
> for a
> > time - then after the pepper infuses the oil the olive oil is strained out.
> > This leaves a cayenne pepper sludge as a by-product.  Any ideas for use 
> of this
> > by-product to avoid disposal?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Judy Wlodarczyk
> > Environmental Management Specialist
> >
> > CONNSTEP, Inc.
> > 1090 Elm St.
> > Suite 202
> > Rocky Hill, CT  06067
> > www.connstep.org
> >
> > Phone:  860-644-9718
> > Fax:       860-529-5001
> > Email:    jwlodarc@connstep.org
> >
> >
> >
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>Bruce Taylor, P.Eng.
>President
>Enviro-Stewards Inc
>1 Union Street
>Elmira, Ontario
>N3B 3J9
>
>Phone: (519) 578-5100
>Fax:     (519) 669-5002
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