I believe you previously published a letter suggesting that the North Central Solid Waste Authority not burn clean, healthy plant products, turning them into smog that is harmful to the community. We should instead find a way to make good clean compost from, or otherwise recycle, the green waste.

    Many other communities are trying to emulate the nature of life as a part of their service to human welfare, by composting cellular waste, emulating the whole of life that survives by recycling all its parts.

    I should think the Authority would have at least considered the possibility in the six months or so that they have been filling up the incinerator since that previous letter.

    Lynn Lamoreux

    Ojo Caliente

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