everydaytrash.com

is a blog that examines the art and politics of the world through the lens of garbage. Facebook members can fan the blog here.
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Leila Darabi, founder, is a Brooklyn-based journalist who can be reached by email at leila dot darabi at gmail dot com. You can follow her on Twitter here. [A note to publicists: Leila loves getting tips about new trash-related stories. Please keep in mind, however, that the focus of this site is very narrowly GARBAGE. Pitches about broader green issues such as carbon emissions, solar energy and products dubiously labeled “green” will go unanswered.] The ideas expressed in her posts are entirely Leila’s and not those of her employers.

103 Responses to “everydaytrash.com”

  1. Where my trashies at, yo? « everyday trash Says:

    […]   Garblogging can be a thrilling pastime, but I couldn’t do it without your encouragement and active participation.  Thanks to all who have been clicking through as I’ve launched everyday trash these past couple of weeks, thanks to the artists whose work I’ve been reposting and thanks especially to the peanut gallery for the snarky commentary.  Please, please, keep it coming! […]

  2. Stephanie Zhong Says:

    Hi Leila,

    Welcome to the green blogging world! Love the concept of everyday trash and look forward to reading your posts.

    Best,
    Stephanie Z.
    Fabulously Green

  3. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks for the kind words, Stephanie and for keeping fabulously green on the fun yet informative side (and not the wonky and unreadable side) of this serious subject! I’m a fan.

  4. Keith R Says:

    I just discovered your blog, and am a new fan. I’m adding it to my blog’s links and am subscribing to its feed. Nice to “meet” someone else crazed about trash! LOL Come by my blog sometime — I only have a couple of waste pieces on it so far because I just started recently, but plan a ton on the issue in the near future.
    Best Regards,
    Keith R

  5. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, Keith. As you can tell, I found your blog and am likewise a fan. Thanks for shedding light on a part of the world we should all know more about!

  6. Michael F. Says:

    Leila, thanks for sending me to the “landfile”. Q: Is it true that years ago, during an NYC garbage collectors’ strike, people gift-wrapped their trash and left the presents on their front steps for soon-to-be-disappointed theives?

  7. everydaytrash Says:

    Hmm, I’ll have to look into that one!

  8. Aysia Says:

    Hi Leila – Finally got a chance to get back to you! Thanks for the link to Greenloop. We will be adding Everday Trash to the Greenloop Blog as it looks like you have a great blog going here on an important issue. I will be sure to check in on it regularly. Keep talking “trash”!

    Best,
    Aysia

  9. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks Aysia–for the link, and for the eco fashion tips!

  10. Tom Wright Says:

    Not sure if news has crossed the pond yet but we finally have a town in the UK going plastic bag free!

    Modbury in the sunny county of Devon, we salute you.

    http://environment.guardian.co.uk/waste/story/0,,2067577,00.html?gusrc=rss&feed=11#article_continue

    Cheers
    Tom
    Bring Your Own Bag Campaign
    http://www.hovis21.com

  11. everydaytrash Says:

    Rock on, thanks for sharing!

  12. Max M Says:

    “garblogging” – hilarious – I love the sense of humor you bring to this subject matter!

  13. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, Max. I’m looking forward to your show.

  14. andrea kay Says:

    LEILAAAAAAA
    nice website dude!!!!! Soraya gave you a shout out on her gmail away message and I just checked it out.
    super cool 🙂 Hope all is well with you!!!

  15. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, Andrea!

  16. friendsofbrookpark Says:

    the piece on the recycled car hood etc. ampithetre in san fran is inspiring!

  17. Luis Says:

    Great blog!

    If the economics don’t work, recycling efforts won’t either.
    As our little contribution to make this economics of recycling more appealing, http://LivePaths.com blogs about people and companies that make money selling recycled or reused items, provide green services or help us reduce our dependency on non renewable resources.

    PS How can we trade links back to our blogs?

  18. everydaytrash Says:

    Hola Luis,

    Consider the trade in effect, I’ll post your link now. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your resource!

    Leila

  19. Michael Yonke Says:

    Great blog! Thanks for the inspiration, passion and effort!

  20. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, Michael! I hope to feature your stuff soon, it’s beautiful!

  21. CindyW Says:

    A new reader. Awesome topic! A few months ago, I heard that environmentalist David Suzuki’s family produces 1 bag of garbage a month and I thought it was impossible. Late in the scene of drastically reducing garbage, I am still happy that my family is doing it now. After starting food composting, we went from 1&1/2 bags down to 3/4 bag a week. The shocking discovery is that most of our trash now is in some form of plastic.

  22. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks for reading and commenting, Cindy. Keep of the great work. That’s well under the amount of trash my household produces!

  23. dumpstertaoist Says:

    Just wanted to say thanks to Leila for the great blog. Been fascinated with trash ever since I can remember, and now I can just come here instead of doing Google news search for “garbage” (I do recommend that to all you trashies, though!). I bet I know just as much about trash as any garbologist with credentials, and hope I can offer a unique point of view on the subject, as my views offen differ from the norm, though it does seem many people are waking up to the futility of a lot of recycling…(source reduction, source reduction!) See you at the landfill!

    DumpsterTaoist

  24. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, DT! I’m proud to count trashperts among my readers. I second the rec to all trashies to Google “garbage” now and again for a sense of the vast variety of ways trash plays a role in our lives around the world. To compile the “Weekly Compactor” posts, I start by doing Google news searches for “garbage,” “trash,” and “rubbish” and supplement the results with tidbits sent in by tipsters as well as Waste News and other industry headlines.

    Leila

  25. dumpstertaoist Says:

    Hehe, “trashpert”, love it… Next time a cop finds me in a skip and asks me what I’m doing fishing things like televisions and beautiful Chinese art prints out of the trash, I’ll tell him I’m just a trashpert and that’ll explain it! And oh yeah, always looking for stories/information about Japanese trash and the crazy culture that surrounds it…maybe some pictures/stories about “Gomi Rooms” would be a nice addition to the site if you haven’t got some already….ya probly do, I’ll look…

  26. lamarguerite Says:

    I just featured you in my blog, as one of “My 15 Favorite Green Chicks Blogs”

    La Marguerite
    http://lamarguerite.wordpress.com

  27. everydaytrash Says:

    Wow, that’s quite an honor. Thank you! I can’t wait to discover the rest of the lineup!

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    Being pro-environment has become all the rage with major corporations, but how real is their GREEN branding? Take a couple of minutes to watch the “Greed of Green”
    @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QDyZutvt_A and go to http://www.DontFlushOurForests.com for more videos. See a very personal way most of us can make a difference with the added benefit of improved hygiene.

  29. Last Night's Garbage Says:

    Dig the site!

  30. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, and I yours!

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    Hi there!

    Hope all is well in your blogging world! Just wanted to give you an updated address for my site on your Green Bloggers blogroll. Fabulously Green can now be found at http://fabgreen.com.

    Best wishes,
    Stephanie

  32. ecoactiontrish Says:

    Hi Leila,

    Just wanted to let you know that you have a great site, and I appreciate the link to Green Student U on your blogroll. I’ve added your link to my blogroll here:http://www.greenstudentu.com/resources.aspx.

    Keep up the great work!

    Sincerely,
    Trish

  33. Douglas Brodoff Says:

    Hi Leila
    I just discovered your blog. Love what you are doing
    I am an American artist and writer living in Paris. My major project is painting and photographing the streetcleaners of Paris.
    Thought you would be interested in my site.
    http://petitshommesverts.free.fr
    Feel free to make a post
    cheers
    Douglas

  34. klara Says:

    Agree with everyone! Great blog. I just wanted you to know I uploaded a post of
    yours onto http://sustain.newsladder.net/ (like Digg but centered around
    sustainability).

    Take care,

    klara

  35. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks for the shout out, Klara!

  36. sophie Says:

    hi! thank you so much for letting people know what is really going on with the environment. My best friend and i have always been in love with the environment and doing our best to save it. we’ve been waiting for a long time to find people to help. thank you!:) sophie taylor(10 years old)

  37. Katelyn Clapham Says:

    Leila,

    Great blog! (Isn’t it crazy that people can go their WHOLE lives and never the thought enters their mind – about what they are wasting? Just crazy.)

    Thank you for inspiring this thought and greener living.

    You should check out http://www.changingthepresent.org/registries. A new nonprofit site were couples, rather than registering for a third blender they don’t want – can register to preserve an acre of wilderness, provide care for an infant chimpanzee, or fund research. You will love it.

    Please take a quick look! Thanks,
    Katelyn

  38. Woolly M. Says:

    Hi Leila. I love everydaytrash. I have always been obsessed with trash partly because of it’s odd beauty (especially when it is repurposed for something else) and partly because I have gallons of anxiety about how much trash we are creating. I have a side trash project that I am working on. Maybe it is something you would be interested in? Keep up the great work! Woolly M.

  39. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks Woolly M., I’m a new fan! And I am definitely interested in any and all trash side projects!

  40. polythenepam Says:

    Love your site. Trash is cartainly a challenge. Last year decided I would boycott the non biodegradable stuff- plastic packaging, bags, bottles and stupid free coat hangers that snap before you get home. Each month I veto a plastic/plastic packed product and substitute a better packaged, more sustainable, biodegradable sometimes, as needs must, home made options. My bin is so empty – yes indeed it the sound of my own trumpet..

  41. polythenepam Says:

    For non plastic products / alternatives go to my blog http://www.plasticisrubbish.wordpress.com

  42. everydaytrash Says:

    Trashtastic, I look forward to reading it!

  43. marijke Says:

    Wonderful to find yet another garblogger! You’ve built up a fabulous resource of garbage references. Keep it coming!

  44. everydaytrash Says:

    Right back atcha, sister. I can’t believe I haven’t seen your site until now!

  45. green eye Says:

    I L-O-V-E this site!!! It’s incredible- all the articles and photos. I saw a photo last week and i am SEARCHING for it.. i thought it was on your site but can’t find it. It’s of a little boy, wearing a blue plastic shopping bag as a little jumper. it’s a very powerful image, and i want to use it in a project i’m working on. i’m sure you’re really busy but i would love some help on this one. either way, thanks for all the great info and keep up the good work!

  46. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks for the compliments! I don’t think you saw that image here, but please let me know if you find it (I’ll do the same).

    Leila

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    If you are passionate about recycling, you can volunteer with us to lead the recycling game, a hands-on recycling demonstration at a public event. (It’s fun)

    Please visit http://cenyc.org/recycling/boroughs/statenisland for more information.

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  48. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks for the info!

  49. Lisa Says:

    I love the garblogging! Your site is an amazing hub of all things garbage. It blows my mind that “waste” still doesn’t occur to most people (even after Wall-E this year!) You have a fabulous sense of humor and channeled passion. I would love to talk with you about connecting with my website.

  50. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks! I’ll check out your site now.

  51. cathy Says:

    I just came upon your site. It is great! I do some trash, litter blogging as well.
    Would you be willing to put me on your blogroll?
    /www.greenecoservices.com/the-high-cost-of-litter-millions-of-taxpayer/
    http://www.greenecoservices.com/walking-green-whats-in-your-trash/
    I will definitely put you on mine.
    Thanks
    Cathy

  52. Max Says:

    I’m happy that there is such a regular forum for trash-talk. Since trash is designed to go “away” and is thought of as useless and disgusting, it can be hard to find a concentrated forum of information. Thanks for your work!

    You might want to check out:

    http://emedia.art.sunysb.edu/maxliboiron/webpages/DC.html

  53. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Max, and double thanks for the killer link.

  54. emkpainter Says:

    I love your blog. I am an artist and some of what I do and have done is utilizing discarded materials. (You can see some of my trashion and recycled creations in my etsy store. http://emkpainter.etsy.com )

    Since you aren’t that far away from where I am, I wanted to alert you on this AWESOME place called Hudson Valley Materials Exchange, where materials are rescued from the business wastestream. HVME has everything from fabric and windchime pieces, to empty film canisters and wallpaper samples, and yes you can even find doors, windows and…kitchen sinks. I’m in heaven whenever I go there.
    http://www.hvme.com

    It’s located in New Paltz, NY and Open to Everyone… Anyone who loves to reuse discarded materials needs to put this place on their lists of places to see & shop. It’s probably only about 1.5 hours north of the city. I hope you enjoy this info. Keep up the good work.

  55. ioman01 Says:

    Leila, sorry to contact you this way, but my email program recently crash, taking my address book with it, so I can’t find your email. 😦 I just posted a creative recycling piece on The Temas Blog in my “Trash Photos” series that I think you’ll like, this one about a Brazilian NGO that teaches poor folk to make furniture from discarded tires. This soon to be followed by furniture made from PET bottles, and absolutely beautiful pillows made from recycled PET fibers…
    Un abrazo,
    Keith

  56. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    I just became the 100th fan of Everyday Trash on Facebook! of course, I am a fan of Leila Darabi, too

  57. everydaytrash Says:

    Keith, thanks for the heads up. I’ll send you an email to make sure you have my address.

    Ruby, what a lucky and fitting everydaytrash number to have on Facebook. Your support means so much, trashionista. And it goes without saying that by any name, I’m a fan!

  58. cara Says:

    I just discovered your site and LOVE it. I recently created a similar blog called “repurposeful.” I’d love to have you one day be a guest writer for me (if that’s at all of any interest!). I was wondering if you could help me out with a resource. I’m looking to put the spotlight on everyday people who are repurposing materials into something that they sell. Apart from Etsy, do you know where I could find a list or directory of some sort? Thank you!

  59. Cara Says:

    Realized that my url did not log in w/ my comment. Thanks.

  60. everydaytrash Says:

    Thanks, Cara! I’ll add your link to the blogroll. Great to see another trashy voice out there. I don’t know of a clearinghouse of upcyclers/crafters. I post on them here whenever I can and in particular seek out examples from the developing world. You can sort past everydaytrash posts for “Trash for sale” for an incomplete list of past posts on this topic. Looking forward to seeing what you uncover on your site.

    Leila

  61. Heidi Q Says:

    Hi there! Free Range Studios, the makers of the Story of Stuff, will be releasing a great 2 minute video about plastic bags this upcoming April 14th. At the end of the video, folks will be able to learn about actions they can take to reduce plastic bag consumption. It would be fantastic if you might post this video to your blog. Please send me an e-mail address and I will gladly send you a link to the complete video this Tuesday April 14th. Best Heidi Q

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  64. aurelia nelson Says:

    Hey there,
    As a participant in the trashfinders ball – I’m so glad to find others that love to recycle and enjoy sidewalk shopping! I’ll follow your site regularly.
    Keep up the good work!
    Aurelia

  65. sheila odessey Says:

    A friend of mine just forwarded this site to me

    Shopping bags, trash bags, dry cleaning bags. they litter our streets, collect in our landfills and clutter our cupbords. But mine become chic one-of-a-kind handbags, cultches and totes.

    First, I cut them into strips, them weave them into fabric and finally custom-make them into the must have accessopry on every “green” girl’s list

  66. Liz Kessler Says:

    Hi Leila! Hi Vic!
    My name is Liz, I’m a senior studying sociology at Hamilton College, and I LOVE your blog. I really appreciate it’s engaging presentation of serious issues. I’m really into the study of trash these days and am writing an application for a Watson Fellowship to travel around the world (outside the US only!) for a year to study innovative ways of recycling on a grass-roots level. I’m planning on focusing on the Freegan community, recycled art, cottage industries that use discarded materials to create new sellable products, and trash-picking work forces that rely on what they find in dumps to sustain themselves. I am wondering if you two aficionados have any suggestions for people/events/organizations worth checking out in any of these categories. I’m especially interested in what Vic knows from having lived in Sweden for so long. Whenever I talk to people about where the dumpster diving communities are strongest, they point me toward Stockholm, Copenhagen, or Amsterdam, so I’d love to learn more about what’s going on in those cities. I would appreciate any and all suggestions or insight you might have! Thanks for everything you do!
    Best,
    Liz

  67. Jordan Manley Says:

    Hey cool to find this blog. I put up a photo essay I did from my time as a waste-auditor (waste sorter)… http://www.jordanmanley.com/blog (scroll down to “A look back at…Garbage.”

  68. Leila Darabi Says:

    Thanks for the link, Jordan!

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  73. John Bertles Says:

    Thanks for including our link on your cool blog. Please update the link to http://www.bashthetrash.com

    Thanks!

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  74. Leila Darabi Says:

    Glad you found us. I updated the link, but it still redirects to the longer url.

    Leila

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  76. Beverly C. McLaughlin Says:

    Almost always I manage to get rid of my junk responsibly but it’s usually depressing whenever I observe just what many other countries are doing to this wonderful planet!

  77. V Says:

    Awesome site! Just wanted to share a link to our great Tumblr site: Alive With Litter. A photo blog of all tobacco-related detritus based out of the the tobacco capitol of the US, Durham NC. Submissions are ALWAYS welcome! Keep up the good work…

  78. Jeffrey Quinlan Says:

    Hi Leila and Victor,

    I am the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of an online educational resource about organic gardening and landscaping called GrowingAnything.com. We are a group of certified Master Gardeners who actively practice organic gardening and landscaping, and we are building an online resource to share our collective knowledge.

    I am reaching out for a couple of reasons…

    First, everydaytrash.com is extremely informative, and we think it would be a great resource for our visitors. Can we have your permission to add a link to your site from ours?

    I also noticed that you have a list of “Related Trash” in the right column of your website where you list helpful resources for your visitors. After confirming the credibility of our content and ensuring that it meets your standards, would you be willing to add a link to our site from that page?

    Please let me know, and thanks for your time.

    Best Regards,

    Jeffrey Quinlan
    GrowingAnything.com

  79. j Says:

    I think you would like the work of artists Guerra de la Paz and also Enrique Oliviera.

  80. Dane Wright Says:

    I would like to create a mutual link with your site. Please check us out at http://www.ecomerge.blogspot.com/
    We have some good stuff in the works all related to waste streams. Let me know if you are interested.
    If not a link, maybe we could get a small article about a current issue regarding waste posted on your site?

  81. James Hawkins | Talk Solar Panels Says:

    Hi Leila!

    Wondered if you’d like a guest post on people using trash and second hand materials to build solar panels to generate renewable energy – a double whammy effect!

    What do you think? I could get it done within a week or two.

    I’d just be looking in return for a blogroll link to our everything green blog here http://www.talksolarpanels.co.uk/blog

    Keep up the good work!

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  82. Jane R. Says:

    Hello,

    I hope the week has been good to you and that the weekend brings some fun. We recently created an infograph titled, “What’s In Your Trash?” and I thought I would send it to you. The infograph highlights some useful information about waste and recycling. For example: Americans generated more than 250 tons of garbage in 2010, and as much as 90% of waste can bypass the landfill through recycling and waste incineration.

    Here’s the link: http://info.boltinsurance.com/whats-in-your-trash-infographic

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.

    Thank You
    Jane R.

  83. Leila Darabi Says:

    Thanks!

  84. Tamar Says:

    Hi-Hi. i’ve just “discovered” this wonderful blog.
    You are all invited to look at my creations, all made from upcycling materials at :

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/TamarGoEco

    Best wishes, Tamar – Israel

  85. Leila Darabi Says:

    Thanks for sharing and for stopping by!

  86. Suzanna McMahan Says:

    I LOVE your blog! I lived on the Mississippi Gulf Coast for 2 years and loved it. Hurricane Katrina came and ruined it all for me.

    I was taught by my mother the importance of recycling when I was 5 years old, but I’ve been upcycling for 10 years – full-time for 5. I’ve sold to one British TV personality and have already been featured on some blogs, but I’d love to be featured on yours since you deal with the meat of my business which is upcycling.

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    Thank you very much for reading this and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

    Sincerely,
    Suzanna McMahan

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