“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968


Monday, 8 December 2008

Freedom Pass Anarchist Official Green Statement.

Turned out for the Climate March on Saturday. Well, I like the drumming and I suppose that you never can tell. I'm not entirely sure why, but in spite of the fact that I have spent most of my working life and a good deal of my leisure time in the great outdoors, I find it difficult to get very motivated about green politics, unless we are talking about environmental justice that is. Anyway I didn't think that I could hack the speeches at Parliament Square, much less the painfully worthy "Seize The Day" so split to the Red Lion for a pint.I must also confess that I find the average vegan activist, who thinks that growing beansprouts on the kitchen windowsill makes them an expert in world food production, a bit of a pain in the balls.
Mind you, here at HQ we are well into recycling, although we do regret that recycling operatives no longer give out goldfish and have a horse to pat. Clearly we can't continue to use valuable land for landfill sites when it's needed for golf courses, but the once simple act of putting out the bins is getting more and more complicated. Current instructions from the council state that we should place paper and cardboard in the BLUE box and glass,plastics and cans in the BLACK box. They then go on to say that after collection all the stuff will be mixed together prior to being squashed and sent to a sorting facility!! I'm reliably informed that you can now get a degree in rubbish, or "waste management" as it's known.


4 comments:

Dave E said...

Have you ever had any success with bokashi bins? I managed to make two large bucketfuls of foul smelling slime that I've no idea how to dispose of.

ray said...

I thought you were winding me up. Being full of shit in fact. But I googled it and sure enough Doncaster Council have got shed loads of info on these bins. Don't sound like a bad idea to be fair.

Dave E said...

yeh it is a good idea, but the fact remains that it isn't as easy as I imagined - so what do I do with these two bins full of crap? (yes I've tried the methods to get the anaerobic action going again, but to no avail). I can't put it in the general refuse, I'm not going to put it in my composter, and if I put it down the drain I'll have to call dynorod. Should I send it recorded delivery to our beloved mayor, fat twat Winter? - I missed the Princess Royals visit today, so that's out.

Golf Tee Times said...

Have you ever had any success with bokashi bins?

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