Re: [Videolib] Weeded VHS tapes - what to do?

Jeanne Little (jeanne.little@uni.edu)
Wed, 25 Mar 2009 14:55:21 -0500

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I wonder if there are some of the areas in the U.S. that have been ravaged recently by floods and tornadoes that might not like to have for their public libraries or schools. Not sure how you would go about finding them, but it's a thought...

Jeanne Little

University of Northern Iowa
Rod Library
Cedar Falls, IA

Edwards, Mary wrote:

Hi!

 

Does anyone know of anybody who take VHS weeds for possible resale (or “green” destruction)? 

 

Thanks!

 

Mary E. Edwards

Director of Library Services

The Art Institute of California - Los Angeles

Argosy University

2900 31st Street

Santa Monica, CA  90405

310-314-6154 (tel.)

meedwards@aii.edu

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