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New ways to waste energy and spread viral advertising. Thanks to Simon Wild of Cundall, Aus.

SIMON WILD

London rubbish bins now consume energy!! Another example of Jevons Paradox, the new rubbish bins in London have different size slots for different waste sources which is awesome but then they have undone all of that by doing this.

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A TV screen on a rubbish bin!! And if that wasnt enough they did this.

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They put another one on the other side!! Two TV screens on one bin.

Now London has done some great things around sustainability, in particular the Boris bikes but what is the point of this??

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This entry was posted on 12 February 2013 by in Activism, Environmental Sustainability.

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