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|Main Title||Recycling guide for native American nations.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.|
|Publisher||United States Environmental Protection Agency, Solid Waste and Emergency Response,|
|Subjects||Recycling (Waste, etc)--Citizen participation ; Indians of North America ; Indians of North American|
|Additional Subjects||Recycling ; Native Americans ; Environments ; Waste disposal ; Minority groups ; Waste reduction ; Quantity ; Composition ; Location ; Containers ; Equipment ; Jobs ; Recycled products ; Hazardous wastes ; Recycled materials|
|Collation||17 pages ; 22 cm|
;Contents: Why Recycle; Setting up a Recycling Program; (Materials To Collect, Markets; Quantity and Composition of Waste Stream; Price); Location, Containers, and Equipment (Siting, Structures/Features, Containers, Equipment); Staffing the Program; Educating the Community; More Ways To Reduce Waste (Composting, Waste Exchanges); Creating Recycling Jobs (Startup Steps, Sample Recycling Manufacturing Businesses); Buying Recycled Closes the Recycling Loop (Recycled Products Are Everywhere, Setting up a Buy-Recycled Program); Finding Help: Additional Resources.
Cover title. "Developed by U.S. EPA Region 9, Hazardous Waste Management Division, Solid Waste Section"--Page 2 of cover. "June 1995." "EPA530-K-95-006."