Let's Talk Trash: What Our Trash Says When We’Re Gone

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Metro says
Every day, thousands of tons of the artifacts of our daily lives get buried in places far away.

This has impacts on our environment, and what we bury may say a lot to future generations about the lives we’re living now.

What are our options for the future? How can we learn from the lessons of the past?

The Oregon Historical Society and Metro invite you to a discussion about roles of landfills in dealing with our region’s waste. Where were they located and what is there now? How did we wind up deciding to send garbage to Eastern Oregon? What role will landfills play in our future?

This discussion, along with others in the Let’s Talk Trash series, is designed to inform and engage the public in conversations of how we can better manage our region’s garbage in the future.

Please join Metro and Oregon Historical Society for this fun and engaging discussion. Free and open to the public. Please let us know on this event page if you plan to attend. Please share this invitation with your friends.

Visit Metro News to learn more: "Where does your garbage go? The journey of trash" http://bit.ly/1iRvPIN
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