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A WORLD WITHOUT WASTE, Boston Globe, 3/11/07
- Subject: A WORLD WITHOUT WASTE, Boston Globe, 3/11/07
- From: Gary Liss <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 08:27:05 -0700
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Apologies for Cross-Postings
From: "Mark Myles" <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 09:45:01 -0400
Subject: RE: [ZERI-US] The End of Garbage, in Fortune Magazine,
First, a hearty ?well done? to Gary for being quoted!
It seems that zero emissions, like many environmental topics, is suddenly
getting some attention in the popular press. Below, an article from
the Boston Globe of 3/11.
1 978 371 9144
A WORLD WITHOUT WASTE
The 'zero waste' movement imagines a future where everything is a
renewable resource. Sound impossible? From New Zealand to New England,
it's already changing the way governments and companies do business.
By Jessica Winter | March 11, 2007
IMAGINE AN INDUSTRIAL system in which nothing ever really dies or gets
discarded. The highly "unnatural" processes of chemical
engineering, manufacturing, packaging, distribution, and disposal would
all aspire to a state of nature, where anything and everything is a
renewable resource. The familiar three R's of "reduce, reuse,
recycle" would apply not just to products at the end of their life
span, but to the materials and methods that created them.
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