Wednesday, March 25, 2009

EGR WATER BLOCKS INVESTIGATIONS

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INFORMATION RELEASE 3

Polytank manufacturer
EGR Water blocks investigations into industry recycling claims by environment group APTCIG


Leader of the newly-formed environment group the Australian Poly Tank Concerned Individuals Group Mr Don Matthews believes the industry is misleading the Australian public on recycling. He says the “Can poly tanks be recycled? Yes, they can be completely recycled” claim by industry association CEO Leisa Donlan is simply not true.

According to Mr Matthews the principles of chemistry say recycling of UV-degraded plastic is not possible and he has evidence from Research and Development of a major manufacturer to support this.

He wants to ask questions of the Managing Director of EGR Water but the General Manager, Mr Stephen Clark is denying access. Ms Donlan has advised Mr Clark to have nothing to do with Mr Matthews who “is involved in legal action with the Association” (Association of Rotomoulders Australia ARMA)

Ultraviolet light in sunlight breaks down plastic making it brittle, fall apart and unable to be remoulded and recycled. Millions of tanks unrecyclable tanks will eventually be lying around creating an environmental problem. What is the industry planning to do with them? Landfill?


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Supporting Evidence

From Hynes, Wayne
To Don Matthews
cc"Clarke, Stephen"
dateThu, Mar 5, 2009 at 3:03 PM
subject RE: EGR MD details request
mailed-byegr.com.au

Hi Don,
Please make contact with Stephen Clarke. He is waiting for your communication. Stephen reports to the MD.

Regards
Wayne
WAYNE HYNES
State Sales Manager
Rotational Moulding Division
106-110 Lambeck Drive, Tullamarine, Melbourne,
Victoria 3043 Australia
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From Don Matthews
donmatthews7@gmail.com tosclarke@egr.com.au
ccLeisa Donlan
bcc"Hynes, Wayne"
date Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 11:50 AM
subject don matthews to stephen clarke - I wish to communicate direct with the MD
mailed-bygmail.com

From Don Matthews APTCIG
To: Stephen Clarke General Manager EGR Water

Dear Stephen,
I seem to be having trouble getting through to the top. I wish to communicate direct with the Managing Director of EGR. Could you please ask them to touch base.

Thanks
Don Matthews
Leader APTCIG
Australian Poly Tank Concerned Individuals Group
"an edgy group with an edgy leader"
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from ARMA Reception
toDon Matthews
dateFri, Mar 6, 2009 at 12:14 PM
RE: don matthews to stephen clarke - I wish to communicate direct with the MD

Dear Stephen

This gentleman is currently involved in legal action with the Association. We strongly recommend you do not reply to him. He is in the habit of publishing edited versions of responses on his blog site.
http://thegreataustralianpolytankdebate.blogspot.com/

Best regards
Leisa Donlan
CEO
Association of Rotational Moulders Australasia Inc.
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From Don Matthews
donmatthews7@gmail.com toARMA Reception
ccLeisa Donlan ,
sclarke@egr.com.au
Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 4:47 PM
Re: don matthews to stephen clarke - I wish to communicate direct with the MD
mailed-bygmail.com
Copy to: undisclosed recipients

Dear ARMA reception webmasta,

Interesting move Leisa. Luck has it I think I can make some mileage out this one. Will give it to my boys at 'triple m' to play around with. They're good at coming up with 'interesting' counter-moves. Will be back shortly with my countermove.

Cheers,
Don

PS Stephen - how you move is up to you. I have no issue with you. All you need to do is pass my message on to the MD and email me back that you have done so. In this way you will be protecting yourself by not becoming involved. Leisa has given good advice in your not passing any opinion or blocking my moves. Just email me back to say you have passed on my message to the MD and I cannot touch you. I hope you follow my reasoning

Don
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From Don Matthews
donmatthews7@gmail.com to sclarke@egr.com.au
ccLeisa Donlan ,
"trent. farleigh"
bcc"Hynes, Wayne"
dateTue, Mar 10, 2009 at 4:28 PM
subjectdon matthews to stephen clarke
mailed-bygmail.com

From: Don Matthews APTCIG
To: Stephen Clarke General Manager EGR Water

Dear Stephen,

I have not received confirmation back from you that my email has been forwarded on to your Managing Director. I will wait until close of business on Thursday 12 March. If I have not heard back by then I will interpret your actions as trying to block my investigations into industry recycling claims and include your name along with Leisa Donlan and Trent Farleigh and circulate widely.

Don Matthews.
APTCIG
Australian Poly Tank Concerned Individuals Group
"seeking open and honest answers to open and honest questions"
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From Don Matthews
donmatthews7@gmail.com tosclarke@egr.com.au
ccLeisa Donlan ,
"trent. farleigh"
dateMon, Mar 23, 2009 at 4:50 PM
subjectRe: don matthews to stephen clarke
mailed-bygmail.com

To: Stephen Clarke General Manager EGR Water
From: Don Matthews APTCIG
Copy to : undisclosed recipients

Dear Stephen,

On March 10 asked you to forward my email requesting your Managing Director to make contact with me. I wish to ask questions regarding poly tank recycling claims.
I informed you that if my request was not passed on and confirmation received by close of business on 12 March I would interpret your actions as an attempt to block my investigations and circulate this fact widely. It seems your ARMA association CEO Leisa Donlan advised you not to communicate with me and it would appear you have taken her advice over mine. So be it.

In doing so, however, you have left yourself wide open to attack by myself and members of my group. You now join my list of Leisa Donlan and Trent Farleigh as blocking APTCIG investigations into industry recycling claims. I take no responsibility for any consequences which may now result from your decision.

Don Matthews.
APTCIG
Australian Poly Tank Concerned Individuals Group
"we're aiming for transparency - and we shoot from the hip"
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Looking for the most positive way forward
with the least amount of pain

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