A two-day workshop on developing markets for secondary (recycled) materials was held in December 1989. Thirty-five people came from industry, government, and the academic and nonprofit communities. Some were key decision-makers in industry and state government. The assessments they made about factors inhibiting markets for recycled paper, plastics, glass, and metals are presented here along with the strategies they developed to build up these markets. The results are summarized in a CURA Reporter article in July 1990.
Funded in part by a grant from the Northwest Area Foundation.
Peek, Thomas R..
Building a Strategy for Marketing Minnesota's Secondary Materials. Volume II: A Blueprint for Action..
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota, in cooperation with The Minnesota Project.
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