Trash Scavenging Is Another Man’s Treasure

Trash Scavenging
Trash Scavenging Is Another Man’s Treasure

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On the day the city trash truck is scheduled to pick up the trash, you can use a pick-up truck to visit all the streets for trash scavenging.

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You sort through the trash and remove all the newspapers.

You can sell them to a paper mill for recycling.

Everything else can can be sorted and sold such as furniture, clothing, books, etc.

You get to work out in the fresh air five days a week and make a good profit.

Your only expense for trash scavenging is gas for your truck.

All you have to know is the routes for the city sanitation trucks, which is a matter of public record.

You do have to get up early enough in the morning to beat the city workers to do trash scavenging, but that really isn’t so hard.

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