The McDonald family knows their garbage intimately.
They lived with every used plastic fork, balled-up candy wrapper and ripped shred of holiday paper for three whole months. Instead of chucking it out of their home – and minds – every week, they stored it in their increasingly pungent and maggot-infested garage.
“It was eye-opening,” says Glen McDonald, who reluctantly agreed to the project as part of his friend Andrew Nisker’s documentary on household garbage, called Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home.
You can get the film at: www.garbagerevolution.com.