Dumpster Finds

The Good Old Days of Doing Boxes… A.K.A Dumpster Diving

March 13, 2018 / 1 Comment

Back in the good old days of doing boxes you needed a few garages, a big truck or at the least, a van. Diving mostly took place behind warehouses that were located in places called industrial parks. These are pictures of some of my scores . This is the stuff legends are made of….ENJOY P.S […]

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College Grads Dumpster Dive in Orlando

March 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

John Berry noticed the problem almost as soon as he moved into the University House apartments last August. His subscription to Playboy magazine was noticeably absent each month even though the bill managed to find its way to his mailbox. That told Berry one thing: The magazine’s publisher knew where he lived even as the […]

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How To Master the Fine Art of Dumpster Diving

February 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

Depending on which city you live in, you can practically furnish your entire home with things found on the curb. Obviously there’s a few hesitations when it comes to bed bugs and things like that, but for the most part Dumpster Diving is a fine art that is rarely appreciated or utilized to the extent […]

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Dumpster Diving in Los Angeles CA

February 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

“I got into dumpster diving when I was a kid, because we were poor, and it seemed like a good hobby,” said Mark Ryan, who is featured on the show. “I’ve found everything from extremely valuable paintings to old antique toys to more ‘useful’ things, like unopened packages of food. I think I’ll really have […]

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Dumpster diving for the poor

January 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

How an Italian woman is feeding hungry families ROME –  After rummaging through supermarket dumpsters, 79-year-old Marta loads 90 pounds of edible food onto her bicycle every day. Three times a week she loads her car, and delivers the food to poor families in Casalborgone, a town about 20 miles from Turin. Her charitable work […]

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Roll-Off Dumpster with stuffed animals in and on it

January 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

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