Abstractfrom the brainstorming session results section, "The principal objectives of the Forum were to review the recycling plans that are proposed and on-line for Long Island, to share the information about these programs and to share ideas for enhancing recycling on Long Island. We ended the Forum with a brainstorming session in which participants
shared their ideas freely. The brainstorming session was patterned after the technique developed by Alex Osborne in the 1940s. The participants were given the following instructions. They were told to accept the proposition that recycling is an important and legitimate component of any comprehensive municipal solid waste program and that during this brainstorming session our objective was to provide as many responses as we could to the following statement: "In how many ways can we enhance the effectiveness of recycling on Long Island." What follows is a complete and unedited listing of all of the ideas presented. The order in which they were offered has been preserved. . ."
Description46,  leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references.