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WASTE FAQ 03/11: Waste Lists1

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Last-modified: 1997/06/12
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#                              WASTE,
#                    ENVIRONMENTAL AND
#                         SUSTAINABLE
#                         MAILING LISTS 
#                                  & 
#                        NEWSGROUPS
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#                          Waste Lists
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HIERARCHY:
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Lists Index:
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ABOUT
REQUEST FOR CHANGING, DELETING OR ADDING

QUICK SUMMARY OF CHANGES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

A. WASTE RELATED MAILING LISTS
Waste Lists part 1 & 2:
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1. Waste related Mailing Lists
Enviro Lists part 1 & 2:
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2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering & Env. Law Mailing Lists touching
wastes
Nature Science Lists part 1 & 2:
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3. Nature Science & Medicine Mailing Lists touching wastes & related
issues

Waste Newsgroups:
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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




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A. Waste related and waste touching Mailing Lists 
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1. Waste related Mailing Lists:
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WASTE
======
    Contact: mailto:Wolfgang.Bujatti@bmu.gv.at

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: 451 & Digest: 64
    Frequency in average per day: high
    Established: 01/01/97

    Moderated: no
    Archived: on WWW
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    The Waste subscription list is proposed to provide a forum for
    scientific discussion on the one hand by people who are interested
    in the effects which their wastes can take on our natural 
    environment (soil, water, air and the seas) and on the other hand 
    by people who try to reduce wastes, which are involved with 
    collecting, fractioning, dumping, conditioning and recycling 
    wastes or people which treat them, so that they can reused for 
    a different purpose.

    Specific topics may include but are not limited to:
    + the many different types of wastes and their effection on the
       ecosystems in the soil, the rivers, the atmosphere and the seas
       and
       oceans 
    + industrial and municipal solid waste (domestic refuse)
    + dumping (nowadays or in the past) of toxic wastes in landfill
       sites 
    + sealing and watertighten of landfill sites and underground dumping
       sites 
    + different world-wide skills and techniques of waste reduction in
       the 
       production-process, of processing, treating, recycling and
       reusing wastes 
       and other waste management methods
    + environmental impact of waste treating plants and landfill sites 
    + pros and cons of waste incineration and the rank of its spent air 
    + waste-to-energy 
    + specific problems of transport of hazardous wastes on land, air
       and sea 
    + pacticable collection systems 
    + wastewater and sludges use, composting 
    + reuse of tyres, waste-paper, packings, etc. 
    + hazards of waste batteries, neon tubes, refrigerator-liquid,
       synthetics, etc.
    + greenhouse gases

    You can get information about the list and subscribe to the list on
    the follwoing URL:
    http://www.cedar.univie.ac.at/waste/    or 
        mailto:majordomo@cedar.univie.ac.at
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe waste your@email.address
    or to the digested version:
        subscribe waste-digest your@email.address 
    and replace your@email.address by your email address.

    All postings at this group are saved in a database.
    You can read them at the following URL:
    http://www.cedar.univie.ac.at/archives/waste/

    Also Reference.COM archives the list at:
    //www.reference.com/cgi-bin/pn/listarch?list=Waste@cedar.univie.ac.at">http://www.reference.com/cgi-bin/pn/listarch?list=Waste@cedar.univie.ac.at
    If you do *NOT* want your post archived at Reference.COM, include
    the following line as an email header or as the first line of your
    message:
        X-No-Archive: yes

    List-adress: mailto:waste@cedar.univie.ac.at
    Comments: From this list I'm the maintainer (listowner).
    Last updated: 23/05/97


WASTENET
=========
    Contact: mailto:wastenet-request@msu.edu (Human administrator) or
                 mailto:stanton7@pilot.msu.edu (Tom Stanton)

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: 307
    Frequency in average per day: high
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: Currently change of listowner or transfer to WASTE list.

    Waste Management List

    Reference.COM search service that provides the Internet community 
    fast, easy, and free access to Usenet and electronic mailing
    lists. Cataloque has begun archiving this list as of Feb. 26, 1997
    Searchable archives for the lists are available at:
    //www.reference.com/cgi-bin/pn/listarch?list=wastenet@msu.edu">http://www.reference.com/cgi-bin/pn/listarch?list=wastenet@msu.edu
    If you do *NOT* want your post archived at Reference.COM, include
    the following line as an email header or as the first line of your
    message:
        X-No-Archive: yes

    To subscribe
        mailto:LISTSERV@MSU.EDU
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe wastenet Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:WASTENET@MSU.EDU
    Comments: High valuable.
    Last updated: 01/01/97


WASTE-L:
========
    Contact:mailto:MCULLEN@SCU.EDU.AU (Murray Cullen)  or 
               mailto:BBUTTERF@TWEED.SCU.EDU.AU

    Ranking: NR
    Recipients: 3
    Frequency in average per day: none
    Established: -

    Moderated: no
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -

    Waste discussion group.

    To subscribe 
        mailto:listproc@scu.edu.au
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe waste Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:waste-l@scu.edu.au
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


WASTEWATER-MODELLING
======================
    Contact: mailto:owner-wastewater-modelling@hydromantis.com

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: private list

    The Wastewater Modelling Mailing List is a forum meant to allow
    those individuals interested in wastewater modelling to share ideas
    and help each other solve wastewater modelling problems. 
    Any topics related to 
    wastewater modelling will be allowed on this list. 

    The Wastewater Modelling Mailing List is hosted by Hydromantis,
    Inc., developers of wastewater modelling software.  This list was
    created in order to better serve Hydromantis' existing client 
    base and provide an Internet forum for those interested in 
    wastewater modelling, simulation, and control.

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@hydromantis.com
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe wastewater-modelling your@email.address
    or to the digested form
        subscribe wasterwater-modelling-digest your@email.address

    List-adress: mailto:wastewater-modelling@hydromantis.com
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


WASTEWATER-MANAGEMENT
========================
    Contact: mailto:wastewater-management-request@mailbase.ac.uk or
                  mailto:jeremy.parr@lboro.ac.uk (Jeremy Parr)

    Recipients: 98
    Frequency in average per day: 0.277
    Established:  29/01/97

    Moderated: no
    Archived: yes
    Non-members may contribute mail: yes
    Status: public list

    List for discussion of all aspects of sustainable wastewater 
    management, including appropriate and affordable collection, 
    treatment and disposal technologies and practices, especially 
    those which encourage conservation, recycling and reuse of
    resources; as well as issues of planning and regulation.

    To subscribe
        mailto:mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe wastewater-management Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:wastewater-management@mailbase.ac.uk
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 13/05/97


SEWER-LIST
==========
    Contact: mailto:miles@mail.utexas.edu

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: 440
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Sewer Mailing List, intended to help the exchange
    of ideas about design, installation, permitting, operation and
    maintenance of sanitary sewers, storm sewers, combined systems,
    detention basins, lift stations and publicly-owned treatment works. 

    To subscribe
        mailto:listproc@mcfeeley.cc.utexas.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe sewer-list YourFirstName YourLastName

    List-adress: mailto:sewer-list@mcfeeley.cc.utexas.edu


LCSEWERAGE
============
    Contact: mailto:lcsewerage-request@mailbase.ac.uk,
                 mailto:d.d.mara@leeds.ac.uk (Prof.Duncan Mara) or 
                 mailto:cen6mdc@civil.leeds.ac.uk (Mick China)

    Recipients: 139
    Frequency in average per day: 0.342
    Established: 15/08/96

    Moderated: no
    Archived: yes
    Non-members may contribute mail: yes

    This list provides a discussion forum for those working in all 
    aspects low-cost sewerage in both industrialised and developing 
    countries. The aim is to facilitate information sharing and 
    to promote collaborative working, joint problem solving and 
    mutual support.

    Low-cost sewerage covers two main sewerage technologies. These are:

    (1)"Settled sewerage", which describes the system in which wastewater 
    from one or more households is discharged into a single-comparment 
    septic tank (usually termed in this context a solids interceptor 
    tank), the settled (or solids-free) effluent from which is discharged 
    into shallow, small-bore gravity sewers. Settled sewerage is now the
    preferred name for small-bore sewerage, small diameter gravity 
    sewerage, and septic tank (or common) effluent drainage.

    (2) "Simplified sewerage", which describes what has been called 
    shallow sewerage and its in-block variant sometimes referred to as 
    backyard or condominial sewerage. This system does not convey 
    presettled sewage, but is essentially conventional sewerage without 
    any of its conservative design requirements that have accrued over 
    the past century or so; it can be considered as the latter stripped 
    down to its hydraulic basics.

   Further details are given in "Low-cost Urban Sanitation" and
   "Low-cost Sewerage", both published by John Wiley & Sons in 1996.

    To subscribe
        mailto:mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe lcsewerage Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:lcsewerage@mailbase.ac.uk
    Comments: -
    Last edited: 13/05/97


WSPONDS
=========
    Contact: mailto:wsponds-request@mailbase.ac.uk or
                 mailto:cen6mdc@civil.leeds.ac.uk (Mick China),
                 mailto:d.d.mara@leeds.ac.uk

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Waste stabilisation ponds are a low-cost method of wastewater 
    treatment, and this list is to promote WSP as part of the greening 
    of rural wastewater treatment works, and to promote the safe 
    reuse of WSP effluents for crop production. 

    To subscribe
        mailto:mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe wsponds Firstname Lastname


    List-adress: mailto:wsponds@mailbase.ac.uk
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


PRINTECH
========
    Contact: mailto:printech-request@cedar.cic.net,
                mailto:owner-printech@cedar.cic.net or 
                mailto:pferdehirt@epd.engr.wisc.edu 

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: regularly
    Established: -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list, approval required

    PRINTECH is focused on technical aspects of environmental compliance
    issues faced by printers.  
    Special attention is given to providing practical information on 
    materials, practices and technologies that can prevent wastes and 
    emissions at their source. Most of the subscribers to PRINTECH are 
    professionals at trade associations or state/university pollution
    prevention technical assistance providers who help printers address
    compliance or waste reduction issues.

    http://www.inhs.uiuc.edu/pneac/printech/qa.html

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@cedar.cic.net
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe printech "your@email.address"
    or send a request to
            mailto:printech-approval@cedar.cic.net

    List-adress: mailto:printech@great-lakes.net
    Comments: High quality of postings.
    Last updated: 01/01/97


P2TECH
======

    Contact: -
 
    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: regularly
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    P2Tech is an e-mail list server provided to aid the free exchange of
    pollution prevention information among technical professionals.

    http://www.great-lakes.net/lists/p2tech/search.html
    http://gopher.great-lakes.net:2200/1s/mailarc/p2tech
    http://gopher.great-lakes.net:2200/1s/mailarc/p2tech

    To subscribe
        mailto:listman@wmrc.hazard.uiuc.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe p2tech your@email.address

    List-adress: p2tech@great-lakes.net
    Comments: Interesting P2 discussion.
    Last updated: 01/01/97


AP-CPNet
========
    Contact: mailto:ctic@tei.or.th or mandar@tei.or.th (Mandar Parasnis)
    Maintainer: Cleaner Technology Information Center (CTIC), 
                     Thailand Environment Institute, Bangkok, Thailand

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: low
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: 00/05/97

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Purpose: The primary purpose of AP-CPNet (Asia Pacific Cleaner 
    Production Network) is to accelerate dialogue between the
    various stakeholders in Cleaner Production in the Asia Pacific
    region and to bring together all those who are working towards
    achieving this goal of promotion of CP concept in this region.
  
    AP-CPNet encourages postings :
    - to share the information on CP related issues in the region
    - to make announcements
    - to publicize the CP activities
    - to seek advise from other experts on specific problems
    - to discuss the barriers  and their solutions in promotion of
      CP in the region
    - to develop new project ideas and identify partners.

    This Forum is open to all the interested individuals / 
    organizations from anywhere in the world, but the discussion 
    in this forum will primarily focus on the themes with 
    Asia-Pacific context.

    You can subscribe to this Forum from the CTIC home page on Internet
    using the on- line form at the URL :  http://www.tei.or.th/ctic/
    
    Comments: New discussion group.

    To subscribe, send email to 
        mailto:...
    and in the body of the message, put
        SUBSCRIBE 
    or to the digestied version
        SUBSCRIBE 

    List-adress: mailto:...
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 07/05/1997


TWRS-TEAM
==========
    Contact: mailto:twrs-team-approval@emsl.pnl.gov

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: Private list for domain pnl.gov

    TWRS Tank Waste Treatment Science Team. The purpose of this list
    is to facilitate the exchange of technical information concerning
    the treatment of Hanford tank waste in particular, and mixed 
    chemical and radiological waste in general.  It is meant to be a
    forum by which problem-owners can seek technical capabilities that 
    may exist within the Laboratory, and capability developers can
    understand the most urgent technical issues requiring resolution.  

    To subscribe 
        mailto:majordomo@odyssey.pnl.gov
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe twrs-team your@email.address

    List-adress: mailto:twrs-team@odyssey.pnl.gov
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


IBS-GEN
=======
    Contact: mailto:foo@ias.unu.edu (Mr. Eng-Leong Foo)

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: regularly
    Established: -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Integrated Biosystems - General Forum

    The general objectives of UNU/ZERI series of mailing lists on
    integrated bio-systems are:
    (a) to provide the electronic platform for a global exchange of
        information and experiences on integrated bio-systems
    (b) to promote research and application of ecologically sound and
        technologies to achieve complete utilization and recycling of
        wastes
    (c) to discuss how traditional self-reliant technologies and
        frontier high technologies can be combined and be used in
        integrated manner
    (d) to stimulate research on problems related to their applications,
        integration and economic sustainability.

    Through the utilization of by-products and wastes, these bio-systems
    should contribute to sustainable development by using the zero
    emissions approach, i.e. production and manufacturing "without
    wastes" through the clustering of industries. The application of
    integrated bio-systems will also provide opportunities for 
    increasing employment, the income of practitioners and small 
    entrepreneurships development.

    To subscribe
        mailto:listserv@msias.ias.unu.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe ibs-gen Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:ibs-gen@msias.ias.unu.edu
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


IBS-COFF
=======
    Contact: mailto:foo@ias.unu.edu (Mr. Eng-Leong Foo)

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: regularly
    Established: -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Integrated Biosystems for  coffee  wastes and  plantations.
    It deals with coffee wastes and wastewater as well as sustainable
    plantation management.

    To subscribe
        mailto:listserv@msias.ias.unu.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe ibs-coff Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:ibs-coff@msias.ias.unu.edu
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


IBS-BEER
========
    Contact: mailto:foo@ias.unu.edu (Mr. Eng-Leong Foo)

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: regularly
    Established: -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list


    Integrated Biosystems for brewery wastes.

    To subscribe
        mailto:listserv@msias.ias.unu.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe ibs-beer Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:ibs-beer@msias.ias.unu.edu
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


AWMA
=====
    Contact: mailto:ddsmith@carbon.cudenver.edu or 
                 mailto:brink@ouray.cudenver.edu

    Ranking: NR
    Recipients: 23
    Frequency in average per day: very seldom
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Air and Waste Management Association.

    To subscribe
        mailto:listproc@carbon.cudenver.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe awma Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:awma@carbon.cudenver.edu
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


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