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Non-Tech : Metabolix [MBLX] a Full Disclosure Thread

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To: richardred who wrote (18)11/23/2006 8:51:30 AM
From: Sam Citron   of 78
 
If PLA is backyard compostable, that suggests to me that it should be placed with ordinary trash and dumped in a landfill, rather than being seperated out and placed with the PET recyclables.

A friend of mine works at Gap, San Francisco, where I am told they use PLA cutlery and other material in the employee cafeteria. I may have to ask her to get me a spoon for a backyard recycling experiment in my compost pile, which is a vermiculture breeding lab at the moment. ;-)

Sam
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