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These are issues of past newsletters published by Teru Talk in 2016 on all matters of waste conversion for resource recovery, including renewable energy, biomass, bioproducts, biofuels, bioenergy and solid waste.

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  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-1
    January 4, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 1. Think backward along the path of the Circular Economy to build out the supply chains, and the market draw will follow.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-2
    January 11, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 2. There are two main elements to the Circular Economy: the Technology, and the Human.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-3
    January 18, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 3. Envision the ingredients of our purchased goods making it all the way back to become new goods, and that circular pathway has to include both the product, and the wrapper.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-4
    January 25, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 4. We need to consider both the environmental and the social impacts of every product made, used, un-made, remade, and used again.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-5
    February 1, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 5. Too much stuff! First reuse, then recycle. Waste conversion is our back-up play.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-6
    February 8, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 6. We must constantly re-define what the buzz-words mean in our own business endeavors: ‘Corporate Responsibility’, ‘Sustainability’ and for that matter, ‘Circular Economy’.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-7
    February 15, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 7. Like magic, bright folks have figured out how to unmake plastic and turn plastic waste back into useful stuff, and back into Business.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-8
    February 22, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 8. We need to Refine our global Waste to close the gap in the circular economy.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-9
    February 29, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 9. It's Leap Day! Here's a short list of Circular Economy Leap Day Decrees.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-10
    March 7, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 10. Without waste conversion, we'll not only run out of new resources, we'll run out of places to put all the old stuff.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-11
    March 14, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 11. Confessions of a Sometime-Food-Scrap-Waster.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-12
    March 23, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 12. There are some things that you can count on: you can count on an overwhelming, continuous supply of Trash.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-13
    April 4, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 13. Resource recovery can be more economical and environmentally sane than pillaging for virgin materials, but it takes work and doesn’t happen by accident.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-14
    April 11, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 14. If we wait to mine trash at the MRF, we get both the risks and the rewards.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-15
    April 18, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 15. Let's start putting in local tools to convert local waste back into local raw materials. Our recycling bucket is full.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-16
    April 25, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 16. There's a natural Earthly balance that provides what Humans need if they'd only take care of their home.
  • 2016 Newsletter V-VI-17
    May 2, 2016 Newsletter Volume VI, Issue 17.We have become so enthused and inspired by implementing our on-going move of the Teru Talk headquarters that we have taken on a much larger task: moving our data.

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