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Subject: WASTE FAQ 06/11: Enviro Lists2

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############################################### # WASTE, # ENVIRONMENTAL AND # SUSTAINABLE # MAILING LISTS # & # NEWSGROUPS # # Enviro Lists # Part 2 ############################################### HIERARCHY: ========== Lists Index: +++++++++ ABOUT REQUEST FOR CHANGING, DELETING OR ADDING QUICK SUMMARY OF CHANGES TABLE OF CONTENTS A. WASTE RELATED MAILING LISTS Waste Lists part 1 & 2: +++++++++++++++++ 1. Waste related Mailing Lists Enviro Lists part 1 & 2: +++++++++++++++++ 2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering & Env. Law Mailing Lists touching wastes Nature Science Lists part 1 & 2: ++++++++++++++++++++++++ 3. Nature Science & Medicine Mailing Lists touching wastes & related issues Waste Newsgroups: +++++++++++++++++ B. WASTE RELATED AND WASTE TOUCHING NEWSGROUPS & GATEWAYS I. NEWSGROUPS 1. Waste related Newsgrops 2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering & Env. Law Newsgroups touching wastes 3. Nature Science & Medicine Newsgrops touching wastes and related issues II. GATEWAYS 1. Waste related Gateways 2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering and Env. Law Gateways touching wastes 3. Nature Science & Medicine Gateways touching wastes and related issues 2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering and Env. Law Lists touching wastes: ################################################################## (continued from Enviro Lists1) ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL ======================== Contact: mailto:mikep@uidaho.edu (Mike Pollastro) Ranking: (not yet ranked) Recipients: - Frequency in average per day: - Established: - Moderated: yes Archived: - Non-members may contribute mail: (one directional list) Status: public list ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL (ISSN: 1076-7975) of the University of Idaho Library, a professional refereed publication devoted to disseminating information concerning sources on international environmental topics including: assessment, conservation, development, disposal, education, hazards, pollution, resources, technology, and treatment. Environmental issues frequently cross national borders; therefore, our journal encourages the international sharing of environmental expertise. The journal serves communities as an educational environmental resource, and includes both practical and scholarly articles, bibliographies, reviews, editorial comments, and announcements. We are academically sponsored; however, our focus is for the educated generalist as well as the specialist. Other than issues of the journal and occasional informational messages about the Electronic Green Journal or about the list from the list owner, no other messages will be posted on this list. Preferred access to the journal is on the Worldwide Web. 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Last updated: 01/01/97 --------------- This is a periodical mail of WASTE subscription list and the newsgroups SCI.ENVIRONMENT.WASTE, ALT.WASTEWATER & *.ANSWERS Feel free to redistribute! Wolfgang Bujatti <mailto:Wolfgang.Bujatti@bmu.gv.at>