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On the heels of winter, new Free Box emerges 3.5.2009 Telluride: News
In Telluride on Friday afternoon, one place that did not have the slow and empty feel of off-season was the Free Box.
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A Free Box revival 3.5.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Local VoicesHarold Wonsel, Friends of the Free Box
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On the heels of winter, new Free Box emerges 3.5.2009 Telluride: News
In Telluride on Friday afternoon, one place that did not have the slow and empty feel of off-season was the Free Box.
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A Free Box revival 3.5.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Local VoicesHarold Wonsel, Friends of the Free Box
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A Free Box revival 3.5.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Local VoicesHarold Wonsel, Friends of the Free Box
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State honors firms for 'greening' efforts 23.4.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Kennecott Utah Copper's efforts to reclaim lands soiled by past mining practices and to reduce air pollution and fuel consumption received Earth Day recognition from two state agencies, which honored 14 Utah companies and organizations overall.
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Cash for trash: Reuse stores use refuse 17.3.2009 Durango Herald
BOISE - Artist Cathy Mansell wants your old thread spools, your empty yogurt containers, your unwanted vinyl LPs.
Landfill intake declines as consumers reuse 15.3.2009 Custom Search
WASHINGTON -- Along with the stock market and the foreclosure rate, a less-heralded barometer has signaled the arrival of hard times: the landfill.
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Landfill intake declines as consumers reuse 15.3.2009 Custom Search
WASHINGTON -- Along with the stock market and the foreclosure rate, a less-heralded barometer has signaled the arrival of hard times: the landfill.
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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Aiming for zero waste in Mountain Village 10.3.2009 Telluride: Opinions
Greg Sparks Mountain Village set a green, progressive precedence in October of 2008 when the town council unanimously adopted a zero waste resolution. Full implementation of this resolution will span several years with the intention of zero waste, or darn close, by 2025. One of the initial, and crucial, steps in achieving this goal is to devise a residential “Pay as You Throw” volume-based solid waste and recycling program. Establishing such a service will encourage residents to reduce waste through increased recycling of paper products, glass, metal, plastics and other materials. At this month’s town council meeting, the council will review an ordinance that provides financial incentive for those residents that decrease their household solid waste and ...
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The path to Zero Waste 1.1.1970 Durango Telegraph
2010-07-01
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