Skräp

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swedish Skräp is Swedish for trash.  It is also the title of what I am told (by my friend Victor who is Swedish and half way through it) is a rad book in which this guy Mattias Hagberg tracks his own waste then follows it all the way to Ghana, which is where Sweden exports some of its solid waste.  Swedish speakers, here’s the link to the publisher.  The rest of us will sadly have to wait for Victor to finish reading and/or the commercial release of an English translation.

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8 Responses to “Skräp”

  1. esther Says:

    that’s ashame….swedish is not one of the languages I speak, would’ve loved to read this book!

  2. everydaytrash Says:

    One of the few!

  3. Swedish trash schizophrenia « everydaytrash Says:

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  4. Swedish trash schizophrenia | 1800blogger Says:

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  5. Swedish trash schizophrenia | Conservation Blog Says:

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  6. Interview with Mattias Hagberg « everydaytrash Says:

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  7. Interview with Mattias Hagberg | 1800blogger Says:

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  8. Interview with Mattias Hagberg | Conservation Blog Says:

    [...] of this blog perhaps recall this post about the book Skräp (”skräp” being Swedish for “garbage”) from November. Today we are proud to present an [...]

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