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No Trash, All Treasure

Our landfills emit methane, leak harsh pollutants, and are reaching capacity. To transition to a zero waste future, we must be aware of the value that our material resources hold and move away from careless consumer patterns. This project introduces a new type of waste collection infrastructure and broadens the existing recycling programs by providing reuse, repair, and resource recovery education facilities in Kingston.