Deadly work for $55 a day: The hidden horrors of the recycling industry – Salon


Salon
Deadly work for $ 55 a day: The hidden horrors of the recycling industry
Salon
Just 19 years old, Hilario, an undocumented immigrant, had followed his father from Mexico to an industrial park in East Point, Ga., near Atlanta, where they worked as low-skilled laborers amid jagged piles of scrap metal bound for the smelter. Hilario

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Online recycling the gift that keeps on giving – Daily Life


Daily Life
Online recycling the gift that keeps on giving
Daily Life
One of the big ideas is so-called ''collaborative consumption'' – the notion that we can share resources, rather than having to own them individually. And this is where Freecycle comes in. Freecycle is an international network of online hyper-local

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