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Composting question returns to council

Original post made on Aug 2, 2007

Two years ago, a close vote killed an Environmental Services Center proposed for the Baylands. But the Palo Alto City Council's decision left several issues unresolved, including the fate of the seven-acre composting facility at the landfill, where the city's lawn clippings and other green waste are currently converted into nutrient-rich compost.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, August 2, 2007, 2:50 PM

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Posted by Harrumph!
a resident of Green Acres
on Aug 2, 2007 at 5:09 pm

Harumph! And we put ourselves at the leading edge of "green" and "environmentally responsible"? - - - phooey!

Heck, in Seatte and other environs, residents can even recycle FOOD SCRAPS. I have friends up there who have reduced their non-recycled trash by 30% just with that innovation.

C'mon, get with it!


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