If ever the saying ’where there’ s muck there’s brass’ befits an organisation, it applies to Reverse Garbage - a 35 year old business that takes waste and creatively turns it back into useful everyday items. There’s no end to the organisation’s ingenuity and inventiveness - bicycle tyres fashioned into belts, computer parts turned into funky jewellery and lampshades, recycled plastic moulded into stylish handbags that would not look out of place in a designer store and kiddies’ juice poppers made into neat little purses. These are just a few of hundreds of designs that allow artists to embellish their creativity on a contract basis with the organisation.
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