Harry K. takes us on a whirlwind exploration of Philadelphia’s notorious garbage problem, starting with the long-gone East Central Incinerator at Penn’s Landing and then sailing around the globe before returning to today’s trashy situation
Today is Earth Day and Bradley Maule has a bone to pick with Philadelphia. He just spent 52 weeks picking up our litter in the Wissahickon Valley and his collection isn’t pretty. His evocative environmental art installation, One Man’s Trash, opens today, April 22nd, at the Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center. HC co-editors Michael Bixler and Maule caught up to get into some trash talk.