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Aasim Shabazz aasim.shabazz at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 08:49:51 PDT 2013


I have done the same but continue to receive emails as well.

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On Jun 17, 2013, at 11:46 AM, Kathy Tillotson <katillotson at gmail.com> wrote:

Please unsubscibe me from these emails.  I have sent several emails to
unsubscribe and am still getting emails.

We no longer have a recycle bike business.

Thank you,

Kathy

On Sun, Jun 16, 2013 at 9:27 PM, Vernon Huffman <vernonhuffman at yahoo.com>wrote:

> Our shop has plenty of air flow year round, so smell hasn't been an issue.
> Luckily it doesn't get that cold here.
>
> What is the source of the smell? Do you need to contain your degreaser
> more tightly or scale back the use of toxic chemicals and aerosols? Is it
> time to have a chat with some of the mechanics and volunteers about
> personal hygiene?
>
> Bicycles shouldn't smell bad. Commercial bike shops don't generally have
> an odor issue. What's different about your shop?
>
>
> From: Mark Rehder <mark at re-cycles.ca>
>
> Hi all,
>
> During the warmer months we have a few doors open so the stink in our shop
> is not so bad, but when all sealed up during our cold winters it's not
> ideal.  We've thought about a large filter unit, and it has also been
> suggested to use a large exhaust fan, though that would also waste heat.
>
> How does your shop deal with this?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Mark Rehder - Coordinator
> re-Cycles Community Bike Shop
> http://re-cycles.ca
>
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