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Juneau Couple Harnesses Geothermal Energy

By Amanda Compton

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – Julie Bednarski and John Kajdan scrawled down notes on a piece of junk mail about quotes for earthmovers, heat pumps and calculations.

That junk mail was a note mailed from a local bar and addressed to the former residents of the couples’ home on Birch Lane in the Mendenhall Valley, to inform them about birthday coupons. Bednarski and Kajdan are financially savvy, but unlikely to care about whether or not a bar knows their birthday. So when they started compiling quotes and references for a geothermal heating system they were looking to install, a system that not only can be a money saver but also an environmentally friendly move, it makes sense they would use unwanted mail to collect their notes.

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