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Re: Metallized Film Recycling


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From: Byro.David@epamail.epa.gov
Date: Fri Apr 28 2000 - 06:57:37 CDT


Have you seen the contact list of materials recyclers at:
  http://www.smallbiz-enviroweb.org#Recycling Exchange Links ?

Possibly some of them recycle metallized film.

David G. Byro
Business Assistance Center
U.S. EPA Region III

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>From: "Creel, Dane" <CreelD@nabisco.com>
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>List,
>Do you have any knowledge or contacts that recycle metallized film? This
>would be clean, printed met/pet film.
>I am to give a presentation on sustainability and manufacturer
>responsibility, and would like to include this information if possible.
>
>Dane Creel
>Nabisco-Chattanooga
>Technical Services
>ph-(423) 510-4215
>fax-(423) 510-4218
>cell-(423)400-6694

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