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Re: snowey roads maintenance alternatives

What is the beer sludge alternative for snow removal?

Dave Salman
Coatings and Consumer Products Group
Mail Code C539-03
RTP NC 27711
tel (919) 541-0859
fax (919) 541-5689
e-mail salman.dave@epa.gov

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             10/28/2005 10:27         alternatives                      
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               Janet Clark                                              

Hi P2Tech,

Here is a question...

...looking for contract language and specs for environmentally friendly
snow plowing.  I've heard there are good reports on the Sam Adams beer
sludge alternative and am looking for ratios of sand to salt alternative
(calcium chloride or whatever).  Any help will be appreciated.

Any suggestions? Thanks!

Janet Clark
Senior Associate Director
Toxics Use Reduction Institute,  University of Massachusetts
One University Ave,     Lowell, MA 0`854-2866
Tel 978-934-3346,                                      Fax 978-934-3050

Adjusted for production, TURA filers have decreased their toxic chemical
use by 45% and
are generating 69% less byproducts. During this same eleven years,  core
TURA filers reported
an overall 45% increase in production!

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