Recycled Waste by Jan von Holleben

Composite 12 October 2015 0 Comments

Photographer Jan von Holleben created this piece for the internal magazine of a major notorious power company.  The recognizable symbol for recycling is made completely from trash and other discarded items.  In the article for the magazine, Holleben illustrated the travels of waste and its sticky handling within the European Union.  He points out that data from 2013 suggests that each person living in the European Union generates, on average, about 481 kilograms (1,060 pounds – or more than half a ton!) of waste each year.

Recycled Waste

(via Jan von Holleben)

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