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Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Specialized companies inspect used tires and prepare them for the second-hand market.  | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful

See the plants where Europe& circuit boards, car tires, and refrigerators are given new life.

Famous Cartoon Characters In Real Life

Marseille-based photographer Bechet Benjamin has captured superheroes, Disney characters and other popular figures as if they exist in our real world in a series titled ‘I am Winnie the Pooh’.

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Recovered circuit boards are shredded, then melted in an oven. Through special pyro-and hydro-metallurgical processes, precious metals like gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and rhodium, as well as lead, copper, antimony, tin, bismuth, nickel, indium, selenium, and tellurium, are recovered.  | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Recovered circuit boards are shredded, then melted in an oven. Through special pyro-and hydro-metallurgical processes, precious metals like gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and rhodium, as well as lead, copper, antimony, tin, bismuth, nickel, indium, selenium, and tellurium, are recovered. | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

Garbage can be beautiful, if sorted correctly.

Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage

Valeu branquitcha!

Photographer Bechet Benjamin’s series I Am Winnie the Pooh reminds us of that classic phrase,

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Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage | Atlas Obscura

Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage

Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage | Atlas Obscura

Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage | Atlas Obscura

Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage

Fascinating Photos from the Secret Trash Collection in a New York Sanitation Garage - For information on the occasional organized tours, try contacting the Department of Sanitation directly.

Human After All on Behance

Human After All, a collaboration between artists Jan Kriwol and Markos R. Kay, juxtaposes CGI recreations of the human circulatory system with images of urban landscapes

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Scraps of aluminum are compressed into large blocks laced with golden lacquer used for beer can packaging. At a recycling smelter, the lacquer is burned and the molten aluminum is recast into new blocks that can be used to make new cans.  | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Scraps of aluminum are compressed into large blocks laced with golden lacquer used for beer can packaging. At a recycling smelter, the lacquer is burned and the molten aluminum is recast into new blocks that can be used to make new cans. | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Used windshields wait to be recycled. The process involves separating the glass from the plastic laminate layer that keeps the windshield from shattering. The processed glass can be used to make new windshields, while the metal is recycled in the metal industry and the plastic is reused in roofing and carpet glues.  | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful

Trash Is Ugly, But Recycling Is Downright Beautiful | Used windshields wait to be recycled. The process involves separating the glass from the plastic laminate layer that keeps the windshield from shattering. The processed glass can be used to make new windshields, while the metal is recycled in the metal industry and the plastic is reused in roofing and carpet glues. | Credit: Paul Bulteel | From Wired.com

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The Hidden Beauty Of Europe's Super-Efficient Recycling Empire  | Co.Design | business + design

The Hidden Beauty Of Europe’s Super-Efficient Recycling Empire

The photographer Paul Bulteel travelled to fifty sites in Europe, chronicling what happens to the things we leave behind.

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