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3. Hope, M.W. Scrap Tire Analysis for Minnesota. Waste Recovery, Inc. October 1985.

4. Phone conversation with Bill Vincent. Texas Tire Disposal, Fort Worth, Texas. 1989.

5. Telephone Conversation with Jack Zimmer, Goodyear. Akron, Ohio. 1989.

6. Bob Stuber. Quality Used Tires. Paradise, California. Scrap Tire Processing and Recycling Conference. San Francisco, California. May 1989.

7. American Retreaders' Association. Letter from Ed Wagner, July 1989 and phone conversation, November 1990.

8. Telephone conversation with shredding companies. 1989. Shredding costs vary depending on the fineness of the product.

9. Telephone conversation with T.Y.R.E.S., Inc. August 1989.

10. Annual NSWMA Survey. Waste Age. March 1989.

11. Telephone conversations with industry representatives in each region.

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15. Telephone conversation with Steve Childers. Ocean County, New Jersey. July 1989.

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Telephone conversation with Ronald G. Nutting, President, OMNI Rubber Products. July 1989.

Phone conversation with Tim Baker. Baker Rubber Co. and President of Asphalt Rubber Producers Group. August 1989.

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Phone conversation with Dave Benke. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. August 1989.

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66. Telephone conversation with Dorothy Adams. State of Utah. December 1990.

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Appendix A: EPA Regional Offices

EPA Regions

Region 1

U.S. EPA - Region 1 J.F.K. Federal Building Boston, Massachusetts 02203 Telephone: 617-565-3715

Region 2

U.S. EPA - Region 2 26 Federal Plaza New York, New York 10278 Telephone: 212-264-2657

Region 3

U.S. EPA - Region 3 841 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 Telephone: 215-597-9800

Region 4

U.S. EPA - Region 4 345 Courtland Street, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30365 Telephone: 404-347-4727

Region 5

U.S. EPA - Region 5 230 South Dearborn Street Chicago, Illinois 60604 Telephone: 312-353-2000

Region 6

U.S. EPA - Region 6 First Interstate Bank Tower 1445 Ross Avenue Dallas, Texas 75270-2733 Telephone: 214-655-6444

Region 7

U.S. EPA - Region 7 726 Minnesota Avenue Kansas City, Kansas 66101 Telephone: 913-551-7000

Region 8

U.S. EPA - Region 8 Denver Place (811WM-RI) 999 18th Street, Suite 500 Denver, Colorado 80202-2405 Telephone: 303-293-1603

Region 9

U.S. EPA - Region 9 1235 Mission Street San Francisco, California 94105 Telephone: 415-556-6322

Region 10

U.S. EPA - Region 10 1200 Sixth Avenue Seattle, Washington 98101 Telephone: 206-442-1200

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