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Until this book, I didn't know how much I didn't know about recycling, reuse, scrap and waste. I listened to the audio book and found myself so fascinated that I began quoting... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Margie C.
Good Read. Got bored somewhere in the middle, but picked up again. Wish the last chapters on modern e-wasted were more in depth. Recommended.Published 20 days ago by Jose T.
Eye opening experiences about the industries in the U.S. and China. Mostly based on scrap metal research. Well written and full of facts!Published 25 days ago by Annie
Whether you are a hoarder or a heaver, this is a nicely written, sensitive account of processes you set in motion whenever you decide "that is "going out," and people... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
"I never knew garbage until I knew Adam Minter." Of all the things I've said about him, that's how my husband chooses to quote me in the acknowledgements of his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christine Tan
I had known a guy that opened his own scrapyard because of the money available. He had given me numbers, and at that point I had known that there was a ton of money in scrap. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Best Out West
A solid book. Adam Minter made this an interesting treatment of what could be a very dry subject. He establishes his credibility and convinces the reader he knows his subject.Published 2 months ago by JMC
A well done book on what happens to the stuff you toss in the US. Should be must reading for environmentalists.Published 2 months ago by Edward O. Wolcott