Gallery: Inhabitat Visits the New LES Ecology Center E-Waste Collection...

©Leonel Lima Ponce for Inhabitat
visitors can learn more about different types of recycling techniques and rules, take in some upcycled trash art, and even appreciate a collection of antique and rare electronics saved from the shredder by warehouse employees.

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  1. anaglypher_08 February 7, 2012 at 12:06 am
    once considered waste; one should get a clearance certificate that the product have been submitted to the warehouse and should be shown to the retailer at the time of purchase of the new commodity of similar price range. also, to get the clearance certificate, one will have to pay for his trash or he pays extra for a new purchase if without a certificate. this will slow down this unwanted consumerism and people would use their money and resources wisely. then the building will change its utility from being just a warehouse to the ministry of anti-consumerism!!