Beating the BTU Tax: The 6 Percent Solution

Date: 1 May 1993 | posted in: Energy | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

On February 17, 1993, President Clinton proposed a domestic energy tax, quickly dubbed the Btu tax.  When fully implemented in 1997, this tax will generate about $20 billion annually while imposing a small burden on any single customer.  The Administration … Read More

States Close the Loop: A Survey of Recycled Content Laws and Other Market Development Strategies

Are state recycled content laws effective? This report provides a comprehensive analysis of state recycled content laws, and documents the experiences of states that have enacted such laws. A collaborative project of the National Environmental Law Center, Californians Against Waste … Read More

The Mondragon System: Cooperation at Work

This 1992 report by David Morris is a review of the Mondragon Cooperative in Spain. The report examines cooperative structure, management, education, finance, and banking.

The Mondragon Cooperative Corporation is a 35 year old experiment in building a comprehensive cooperative society in which labor plays the primary and dominant role. The Cooperative Group has amassed technical, managerial and financial resources comparable to those of a major corporation and used those resources to further social as well as economic goals that emphasize the importance of community and small and medium scale enterprise.

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Co-Collection of Recyclables and Mixed Waste: Problems and Opportunities

Date: 1 Jan 1992 | posted in: waste - recycling, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Co-collection—the one-stop, one-vehicle gathering of recyclables and refuse—is gaining interest in the recycling arena. This report documents the operations of 14 co-collection systems that pick up mixed waste and source-separated recyclables. It describes set-out and collection methods, materials targeted, recovery … Read More

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