Humans have always generated garbage, whether it’s a chewed-on bone or a broken cell phone. Our landfills are overflowing, but with some creative thinking, stuff we once threw away can become a collection of valuable resources just waiting to be harvested. Trash Talk digs deep into the history of garbage, from Minoan trash pits to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and uncovers some of the many innovative ways people all over the world are dealing with waste.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jbarr5 - LibraryThing
Trash talk! moving toward a zero-waste world by Mulder_ Michelle Interesting to learn more of the recycling and composting trash. So many resources around the world with lots of ideas on how to get ... Read full review
TRASH TALK: Moving Toward a Zero-Waste WorldUser Review - Kirkus
To dumpster dive, to glean, perchance to dream of a zero-waste world.Mulder tells the garbage story in clean and engrossing prose, complemented by stock artwork and photographs. Humans have always ... Read full review