Here's a rare opportunity to see how much perfectly good “stuff” is going into landfills. Nelson Molina, a sanitation worker in East Harlem, New York, has been salvaging “found objects” from trash for 29 years. Because regulations keep him from bringing items home, he has been building a large but tidy collection at work — this space isn't open to the public, so take a good look as Molina shows off everything from Christmas displays (with festive music in the background thanks to a discarded CD) to a real relic from 9/11. This eco-friendly museum is said to be worth $160,000.
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