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Re: RE:recycling

In a message dated 12/29/02 3:00:02 PM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

<< if it was my operation, i'd put it in plastic 
bags and charge people for it, then charge them for picking up the empty 
plastic bags, too. >>

Jim, our recycling operation did begin with plastic bags which were to be 
bidegradeable however after going thru the compost operation you would find 
small shreds of plastic.  I for one used some of that free compost and had to 
deal with the nasty looking shreds.  They quickly moved to a lg heavy paper 
bag.  Hence no problems.

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