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using shredded office paper in compost

  • Subject: [cg] using shredded office paper in compost
  • From: Grow19@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2004 09:47:58 EDT

Hi Friends,  Below is a question from a neighbor. 
"I have a quick question I would like your thoughts on.  I have been shredding all of my office paperwork and tilling it into my veggie garden to improve the soil.  Do you see any danger in this - in terms of inks/chemicals?"
Any knowledge about this or advice on a source from which I can get an answer?  I used to be on some compost lists, but don't know what happened to them.
Judy Tiger, Washington DC

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