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Hello BESTers,

   The Canadian government announced this week that it will be 
investing $17 million as part of a $57 million investment for 
organic waste treatment infrastructure in Quebec City, Canada.  
This project will include anaerobic digestion and compost of 
organic waste and be able to divert 85,000 tons which had 
previously been incinerated.  It will create 450 direct and 
indirect jobs.  Big projects such as these are an encouraging sign 
that governments are beginning to take responsibility for their 
organic waste problems and see the benefits of alternative 
treatment.

Have a great weekend,
Ryan

http://pr-usa.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=324001&Itemid=95

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A Canada-Quebec Investment for a Green Infrastructure in Quebec 
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FEb 1, 2010