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Introducing 'Waste Not Want Not', Dorset's first Zero Waste shop.
Meaning: The phrase, ‘waste not, want not’ means that if you don’t waste money and other vital resources in your present moment, then you will never fall short of it in the future. In simple words, if you save money, valuable or other thing in your present time, then these things will remain there for your future use, and you will not feel the need to get it again. Teachings: Not just money, one should not waste such thing as food, valuables, etc. One should also not waste his time, and energy in doing wasteful tasks
Waste Not (Chinese: 物尽其用; pinyin: Wù jìn qí yòng) is an exhibit by Chinese artist Song Dong that displays over 10,000 domestic objects formerly owned by his late mother, who refused to throw anything away if she could possibly reuse it. She had suffered poverty during China's turmoils in the 1950s and 1960s and had acquired a habit of thrift and re-use that led her to store domestic objects of all kinds in her tiny house in Beijing.
So Waste not, want not means If you don’t throw things away, you won’t be poor!. If you adopt a frugal lifestyle, you will never feel poverty. It was first recorded in 1772 but had an earlier, even more alliterative version, willful waste makes woeful want (1576).
They become electronic waste, or e-waste (cue ominous DUH-DUH-DUUUUUUHH music). e-waste! Photos by Renée Leeuwner. Now, just think about what in your home, purse, backpack, back pocket, office, car, etc. could become e-waste. Each of these pieces of electronic equipment has to be recycled or disposed of properly, otherwise they will end up in a landfill where they will leach hazardous chemicals into the soil and groundwater. In Ghana there is a market called the Agbogbloshie market where unwanted electronics and electronic waste from the West is burned to retrieve valuable elements like copper.
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