Designing NYC’s E-waste Bin

Designing NYC’s E-waste Bin
Marco Raab
  • 3 april 2009

Traditionally, the New York way of dealing with stuff that’s lost its right to be part of our apartments or offices is to put it on the street and wait for it to disappear. Obviously, this process isn’t great for waste that shouldn’t end up in a landfill or can’t be dispersed by the wind – like electronics. However community-based recycling programs are sporadic with collection and lack funding, and commercial disposal for businesses is pricey.

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