Aug 11 2016

Application to Buy Leftover Food from Restaurants

Good news from the UK. Check this out: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/app-lets-you-buy-leftover-food-from-restaurants-and-its-really-cheap_us_57aa4469e4b0ba7ed23dff1a?utm_hp_ref=impact


Feb 3 2016

Dumpster Diving in the Media

dddIn 2015 a journalist from RTL Klub, Hungarian media portal, decided to film dumpster diving and cooking. Apparently, this topic gets Hungarian media attention once in a while.

Here is the VIDEO.

The place for dumpstering: Fehérvári úti Vásárcsarnok.

The place for cooking: Elesztő.

The place of food distribution: Boráros square.

The people: Food Not Bombs Budapest + whoever comes with them + author of this blog.

There were some pieces of video from Germany, since the author of this blog did not consent to become a zoo: go somewhere in Budapest and dumpster in front of a camera.


Feb 2 2016

Plastic.. It’s Fantastic!

Here is a summary of life expectancy of different kinds of plastic.

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Feb 1 2016

Dumpster Diving in Budapest in the Media

kukaIn 2010 journalists from Index.hu decided to make a video about dumpster diving and then cooking the dumpstered vegetables. The dumpster diving took place in the Central Market in Budapest.

THE VIDEO


Feb 1 2016

Ecology Action

Meet Ecology Action: a zero waste initiative in Cenral Texas. They have a list of recycling places in U.S. on their website.


Sep 26 2012

Love and Trash Blog

“Love and Trash is a DIY blog for people who do things differently.”

Check a friendly blog out >>HERE.


Sep 25 2012

I Love Trash Film

I Love Trash is a documentary about dumpster diving. Two friends decide to do an experiment in trash. They rent an unfurnished apartment and arrive with only the clothes they are wearing and a flashlight. They decide not to buy any things for 3 months and instead to find all their needs in the trash. They furnish their apartment lavishly. They eat decadently. They dress sharp, and create beautiful art, all from the trash.

You can watch it >>HERE


Sep 19 2012

I Love Trieste

Welcome to dumpster diver’s paradise! Trieste, an Italian city on the border with Slovenia has a lot of treasure for the dumpster divers. Trash bins are full of food and stuff. Several hours walk may result in kilos of free stuff in your hands. The way we managed to carry all the stuff we dumpstered back to Budapest is still a mystery. It was like 2 persons + 10 bags + 5 cars = Budapest.

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Sep 10 2012

Croatia

Elite bums decided to travel in Croatia to enjoy the sea, the sun and good food. Of course, our attention could not fail to be attracted to some trash. Generally, Croatia is not really dumpster diver’s friendly country, but it is still possible to find some food and interesting stuff in the trash there.

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Aug 13 2012

Sziget Festival

Some people go to Sziget festival to enjoy the music and have fun, some (who usually have no money to be wasted for this commercial mainstream fest) go there for a different reason. So, following the rumors that it is possible to dumpster a lot of interesting stuff at the camp site after the end of Sziget, I went to check if this statement is true or not.

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