Solid Waste & Recycling

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Disturbed (June 01, 2000)

I find it ironic and very disturbing that a magazine titled "Solid Waste & Recycling" is distributed in hard copy printed on paper that is not recyclable or at least printed on reused paper. How do yo...


I find it ironic and very disturbing that a magazine titled “Solid Waste & Recycling” is distributed in hard copy printed on paper that is not recyclable or at least printed on reused paper. How do you expect your readers to respect the environment and conserve to reduce waste when they’re exposed to such hypocrisy?

Emily Fattore

effattore@hotmail.com

[The magazines are printed on recycled paper (10 per cent post consumer, 50 per cent post commercial) and our readers make significant positive impacts to our environment because of the editorial and advertisers’ input, products and services.–ed.]


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