To: homeschool mama
Post consumer content does not come from household garbage. That is full of stickies and other nasties that those versed in paper industry know of. The post consumer content is from corrugated bales produced by industry, grocery stores and such. And yes, as I said...Aluminum cans are valuable and recycled. Sure we sort it all, but most goes to the landfill.
That darn recycled content toilet paper ain't selling so well either. That's why Charmin, Kimberly Clarke and such import all that eucalyptus pulp for their tissue mills here in Wisconsin. They cut down rainforests and have the pulp sent here on ships.
posted on 03/04/2003 8:29:12 AM PST
("But that's what I do" A quote from my Border Collie)
To: blackdog; Fidgit
pinging fidgit to repond to blackdogs post 47.
"...Post consumer content does not come from household garbage..."
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I think you have some of your terminolgy backwards.
posted on 03/04/2003 10:02:45 AM PST
by Hanging Chad
(not to be confused with "Hanging Ten" or "Hanging Wallpaper"...)
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