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Reclaiming Garbage: Interaction Design for Participation

@inproceedings{Rijsberman2008ReclaimingGI,
  title={Reclaiming Garbage: Interaction Design for Participation},
  author={Marijke Rijsberman},
  year={2008}
}
Since the introduction of organized sanitation practices in the West, local governments and waste management business in the private sector have essentially adhered to an out-of-sight, out-of-mind approach to residential garbage, by which, for a modest fee, individuals are relieved from responsibility for their own waste and from awareness of its impact on the planet. Together with the systematic deferral of the environmental costs of current activities, this out-of-sight, out-of-mind approach… Expand

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