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Day 17: No diggity, I got to bag it up… But do you really need to use that plastic bag? It takes between 100-500 years for a plastic bag to disintegrate (depending on the type of plastic) and today, Thursday 3rd July, is International Bag Free day so try to remember your long life bag today! www.plasticbagfreeday.org 

Day 17: No diggity, I got to bag it up… But do you really need to use that plastic bag? It takes between 100-500 years for a plastic bag to disintegrate (depending on the type of plastic) and today, Thursday 3rd July, is International Bag Free day so try to remember your long life bag today! www.plasticbagfreeday.org 

Day 16: Ever wondered where the office cutlery mysteriously disappears to? Well we’ve found the answer; with a mountain of various cutlery, bowls, mugs and other tableware reappearing from the dark depths of the bins.

Day 16: Ever wondered where the office cutlery mysteriously disappears to? Well we’ve found the answer; with a mountain of various cutlery, bowls, mugs and other tableware reappearing from the dark depths of the bins.

Day 15: Thought you’d missed the boat? Don’t worry, there are still 15 days left to join us and take part in The Rubbish Collection! Getting creative with the Science Museum trash could unleash a wave of satisfaction.

Day 15: Thought you’d missed the boat? Don’t worry, there are still 15 days left to join us and take part in The Rubbish Collection! Getting creative with the Science Museum trash could unleash a wave of satisfaction.

Day 14: On Sunday this discarded electrical wiring sparked our interest. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) should go to specialist recycling as it often contains either dangerous or potentially valuable materials which can be reclaimed. WEEE is a growing area of waste with 170 million electrical items bought each year in the UK – that’s nearly three per person. For more information go to: www.recyclenow.com/facts-figures/how-it-recycled/electricals.

Day 14: On Sunday this discarded electrical wiring sparked our interest. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) should go to specialist recycling as it often contains either dangerous or potentially valuable materials which can be reclaimed. WEEE is a growing area of waste with 170 million electrical items bought each year in the UK – that’s nearly three per person. For more information go to: www.recyclenow.com/facts-figures/how-it-recycled/electricals.

Day 13: We just can’t palate waste! Many of the Science Museum’s large deliveries arrive on pallets but we don’t usually throw them away until they are broken as they can be reused many times. Clean wood like pallets, which hasn’t been treated or painted, can be chipped and used as fuel in specialist incinerators to generate energy, or they can be made into chipboard.

Day 13: We just can’t palate waste! Many of the Science Museum’s large deliveries arrive on pallets but we don’t usually throw them away until they are broken as they can be reused many times. Clean wood like pallets, which hasn’t been treated or painted, can be chipped and used as fuel in specialist incinerators to generate energy, or they can be made into chipboard.

Day 12: Imagine a world where One Direction stopped producing carbon dioxide… Today’s trash contained positive proof that the Science Museum is asking all the big questions about climate change and sustainability. But what are the answers?

Day 12: Imagine a world where One Direction stopped producing carbon dioxide… Today’s trash contained positive proof that the Science Museum is asking all the big questions about climate change and sustainability. But what are the answers?

Day 11: Blue is the colour… I hope there weren’t too many sore heads after the Science Museum Sexuality Lates. The Rubbish Collection was kept very busy with all the bottles consumed by our merry visitors.

Day 11: Blue is the colour… I hope there weren’t too many sore heads after the Science Museum Sexuality Lates. The Rubbish Collection was kept very busy with all the bottles consumed by our merry visitors.

Day 10: Thanks to all the happy Science Museum Lates visitors this week who took time out from exploring their sexuality to explore The Rubbish Collection bins instead!

Day 10: Thanks to all the happy Science Museum Lates visitors this week who took time out from exploring their sexuality to explore The Rubbish Collection bins instead!

Day 9: Let’s give a big hand (or two) to the volunteer who created this out of old baguettes! Unfortunately, the Museum does have to throw away some food for hygiene reasons. However, the systems for food recycling in both our cafés and offices are being updated, and we’re bringing back 2 tonnes of fertiliser in phase 2 to represent the food waste we’re expecting to recycle in phase 1.

Day 9: Let’s give a big hand (or two) to the volunteer who created this out of old baguettes! Unfortunately, the Museum does have to throw away some food for hygiene reasons. However, the systems for food recycling in both our cafés and offices are being updated, and we’re bringing back 2 tonnes of fertiliser in phase 2 to represent the food waste we’re expecting to recycle in phase 1.

Day 8: The photo above shows an old display or model toilet. My ideas for today’s caption have gone down the pan, but I won’t be resorting to toilet humour. I can however confirm that we will be displaying approximately 250kg of dried poo (proper name sewage blocks or sludge cakes) during phase 2 of this exhibition, which represents what we’re flushing away during phase 1.

Day 8: The photo above shows an old display or model toilet. My ideas for today’s caption have gone down the pan, but I won’t be resorting to toilet humour. I can however confirm that we will be displaying approximately 250kg of dried poo (proper name sewage blocks or sludge cakes) during phase 2 of this exhibition, which represents what we’re flushing away during phase 1.

Day 17: No diggity, I got to bag it up… But do you really need to use that plastic bag? It takes between 100-500 years for a plastic bag to disintegrate (depending on the type of plastic) and today, Thursday 3rd July, is International Bag Free day so try to remember your long life bag today! www.plasticbagfreeday.org 

Day 17: No diggity, I got to bag it up… But do you really need to use that plastic bag? It takes between 100-500 years for a plastic bag to disintegrate (depending on the type of plastic) and today, Thursday 3rd July, is International Bag Free day so try to remember your long life bag today! www.plasticbagfreeday.org 

Day 16: Ever wondered where the office cutlery mysteriously disappears to? Well we’ve found the answer; with a mountain of various cutlery, bowls, mugs and other tableware reappearing from the dark depths of the bins.

Day 16: Ever wondered where the office cutlery mysteriously disappears to? Well we’ve found the answer; with a mountain of various cutlery, bowls, mugs and other tableware reappearing from the dark depths of the bins.

Day 15: Thought you’d missed the boat? Don’t worry, there are still 15 days left to join us and take part in The Rubbish Collection! Getting creative with the Science Museum trash could unleash a wave of satisfaction.

Day 15: Thought you’d missed the boat? Don’t worry, there are still 15 days left to join us and take part in The Rubbish Collection! Getting creative with the Science Museum trash could unleash a wave of satisfaction.

Day 14: On Sunday this discarded electrical wiring sparked our interest. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) should go to specialist recycling as it often contains either dangerous or potentially valuable materials which can be reclaimed. WEEE is a growing area of waste with 170 million electrical items bought each year in the UK – that’s nearly three per person. For more information go to: www.recyclenow.com/facts-figures/how-it-recycled/electricals.

Day 14: On Sunday this discarded electrical wiring sparked our interest. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) should go to specialist recycling as it often contains either dangerous or potentially valuable materials which can be reclaimed. WEEE is a growing area of waste with 170 million electrical items bought each year in the UK – that’s nearly three per person. For more information go to: www.recyclenow.com/facts-figures/how-it-recycled/electricals.

Day 13: We just can’t palate waste! Many of the Science Museum’s large deliveries arrive on pallets but we don’t usually throw them away until they are broken as they can be reused many times. Clean wood like pallets, which hasn’t been treated or painted, can be chipped and used as fuel in specialist incinerators to generate energy, or they can be made into chipboard.

Day 13: We just can’t palate waste! Many of the Science Museum’s large deliveries arrive on pallets but we don’t usually throw them away until they are broken as they can be reused many times. Clean wood like pallets, which hasn’t been treated or painted, can be chipped and used as fuel in specialist incinerators to generate energy, or they can be made into chipboard.

Day 12: Imagine a world where One Direction stopped producing carbon dioxide… Today’s trash contained positive proof that the Science Museum is asking all the big questions about climate change and sustainability. But what are the answers?

Day 12: Imagine a world where One Direction stopped producing carbon dioxide… Today’s trash contained positive proof that the Science Museum is asking all the big questions about climate change and sustainability. But what are the answers?

Day 11: Blue is the colour… I hope there weren’t too many sore heads after the Science Museum Sexuality Lates. The Rubbish Collection was kept very busy with all the bottles consumed by our merry visitors.

Day 11: Blue is the colour… I hope there weren’t too many sore heads after the Science Museum Sexuality Lates. The Rubbish Collection was kept very busy with all the bottles consumed by our merry visitors.

Day 10: Thanks to all the happy Science Museum Lates visitors this week who took time out from exploring their sexuality to explore The Rubbish Collection bins instead!

Day 10: Thanks to all the happy Science Museum Lates visitors this week who took time out from exploring their sexuality to explore The Rubbish Collection bins instead!

Day 9: Let’s give a big hand (or two) to the volunteer who created this out of old baguettes! Unfortunately, the Museum does have to throw away some food for hygiene reasons. However, the systems for food recycling in both our cafés and offices are being updated, and we’re bringing back 2 tonnes of fertiliser in phase 2 to represent the food waste we’re expecting to recycle in phase 1.

Day 9: Let’s give a big hand (or two) to the volunteer who created this out of old baguettes! Unfortunately, the Museum does have to throw away some food for hygiene reasons. However, the systems for food recycling in both our cafés and offices are being updated, and we’re bringing back 2 tonnes of fertiliser in phase 2 to represent the food waste we’re expecting to recycle in phase 1.

Day 8: The photo above shows an old display or model toilet. My ideas for today’s caption have gone down the pan, but I won’t be resorting to toilet humour. I can however confirm that we will be displaying approximately 250kg of dried poo (proper name sewage blocks or sludge cakes) during phase 2 of this exhibition, which represents what we’re flushing away during phase 1.

Day 8: The photo above shows an old display or model toilet. My ideas for today’s caption have gone down the pan, but I won’t be resorting to toilet humour. I can however confirm that we will be displaying approximately 250kg of dried poo (proper name sewage blocks or sludge cakes) during phase 2 of this exhibition, which represents what we’re flushing away during phase 1.

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