Compact Discs

Subject: Compact Discs
From: "Frank A. Saucier" <0004969358 -at- MCIMAIL -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 1994 10:36:00 EST

I received the following posting from another discussion list I am
subscribed to and wanted to see if any of you had any ideas. Please send any
replies directly to Christy Freestone at frech -at- essex -dot- vut -dot- edu -dot- au


Frank Saucier
496-9358 -at- mcimail -dot- com
Date: Thu Feb 03, 1994 11:37 pm EST
Source-Date: Fri, 4 Feb 1994 13:03:00 PST
From: Freestone, Christina
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TO: Frank A. Saucier / MCI ID: 496-9358
TO: Multiple recipients of list RECYCLE
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Subject: Compact Discs
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Hi folks,

I work in an academic library in Melbourne, Australia, and we have quite a
substantial collection of database compact discs that frequently get updated.
The policy is to destroy superceded discs, but somewhere in the murky depths
of my memory I vaguely recall reading or hearing about an organisation
somewhere that actually recycles compact discs. Does anyone know of any such
organization either in Australia or in the USA (the headquarters of one CD
product we subscribe to is based in Massachussetts - oops, spelling?).

I'd be grateful of any helpful info.
Thanks in advance.

Christy Freestone
frech -at- essex -dot- vut -dot- edu -dot- au

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