Jon Dioffa

TrashNothing Connects Freecyclers Around the World to Reduce Landfill use

by , 04/21/14

You’ve probably heard of “Freecycling” by now, but if you haven’t, it’s a system through which one person’s used/unloved items become another person’s treasure. As the idea has gained in popularity, networks are popping up all over the globe, along with websites and apps that make this kind of free item-swapping easier. TrashNothing.com is a web interface and app that streamlines freecycling worldwide: Over the last six years, membership has spread to thirty-one countries and grows by about ten thousand new members each month. So far, more than three million freecyclers have connected via the website, cutting down on landfill use across the globe. If you have items you don’t want anymore, or if you’re looking for a special vintage something, you might like to hop onto the site and connect with others who share your vision of a “trash nothing” world.

+ Trash Nothing

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