Eco-warrior: Skip hunting for online scouts

Ever passed a skip outside someone’s home or office where renovations are taking place and spotted a perfectly good piece of furniture that should find a good home instead of being bound for the dump?

18th February, 2006

Ever passed a skip outside someone’s home or office where renovations are taking place and spotted a perfectly good piece of furniture that should find a good home instead of being bound for the dump?

Well, one New Yorker has taken the idea that ‘one man’s junk is another man’s treasure’ and dragged it into the 21st century.

James Nachlin, a self-confessed ‘‘hardcore junk devotee’’, recently set...

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