Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Sacred Rite Of Trash Disposal

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I believe it's from the United Kingdom.

Only a mindless, lunatic eco-pagan would abide by all those disposal regulations!


Justin Time said...

I don't know, man. I bet you mindlessly sort out your forks, spoons and knives when you put them back in the drawer. Yet, sorting your trash, which could potentially provide some benefit, seems to bother you.

Where do you think all that unsorted garbage goes after the trash fairy comes and gets it on Monday morning?

CaptiousNut said...


They need to completely privatize trash collection and dumping.

That way people will get to determine, pay for, and act upon their own perceived *potential benefits*.

Oh how I yearn for such a world...

Justin Time said...

I don't think it has to be privatized for this to happen.

My town makes you pay per bag via trash stickers, but the recycling center is free. At first I thought it was a complete nuisance, but upon further review, I realized that otherwise I would be subsidizing the lazy, vile, 8-bags-a-week over-disposers that I detest so much.

I don't consider myself to be an eco-pagan. But I do think 8 bags a week times 100+ million families (not to mention business and government) has got to be unsustainable.

I don't know...maybe I'm wrong.

house clearance said...

I think people are too much busy to do that kind of segregation. Trash disposal shouldn't be an issue nowadays since there are existing companies called house clearance and removal. They load and dispose of almost anything and always recycle where possible. They recycle over 75% of your waste taken. They are also in the web so that you can inquire at the comfort of your home.