Trash has been part of human societies since the beginning. It seems like the inevitable end to the process of making and using things, but why? Rebecca Donnelly wades into the muck of history and explores present-day innovations to answer some basic questions: Why do we make so much trash? Why are we so bad at handling it? How can we stop it (that is, us) from ruining the planet? She also looks into the out-there trash phenomena like the fatberg-a sewer-clogging floater of congealed cooking grease, baby wipes, and miscellaneous other flushed items. The current record holder for size: 800 feet long and 143 tons! Godwin Books


SKU 9781250760388
Author Name Rebecca Donnelly
Publisher St Martin's Press
Imprint St Martin's Press
Date Published 25.07.2023
Number of Pages 160
Audience Range Children's (6-12)
Genre Children's / Teenage social topics: Environment, sustainability and green issues
Format Hardback

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