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TRASHED Film Screening

An Environmental Documentary

Win Seahawks Tickets!

We will be giving away a pair of tickets to the November 3rd Seahawks game at our film screening of “TRASHED” tomorrow!

Everyone will receive a free raffle ticket at entry, and we will draw the winner of the 2 tickets at the event! Must be 18 or older to enter, and must be present to win.

About the Film

Trashed, an award-winning documentary, follows Jeremy Irons (The Borgias; Die Hard: With a Vengeance) as he sets out to discover the extent and effects of the global waste problem, as he travels around the world to beautiful destinations tainted by pollution.

This is a meticulous, brave investigative journey that takes Irons (and us) from scepticism to sorrow and from horror to hope.

Click here to view the trailer.

 

"We hope the film will demonstrate that by changing the way we live our lives, we can contribute to our own survival and well-being and ultimately that of the planet." - Jeremy Irons

Photo credit: LAURENCE RICHARDS COPYRIGHT ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BLENHEIM FILMS 2013.

Save the Date

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

McCaw Hall at Seattle Center

Nesholm Family Lecture Hall

 

7:00pm - 8:30pm

Look for the Cedar Grove sign on Mercer St.

Doors open at 6:00pm.  Seating is first-come, first-serve so get there early to save your spot!

 

RSVP on Facebook or through our Event Page!

 

Photo credit: LAURENCE RICHARDS COPYRIGHT ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BLENHEIM FILMS 2013

Zero Waste Washington

Donations for Zero Waste Washington will be accepted at the event.

Zero Waste Washington is championing a responsible and comprehensive approach to the “stuff” we use and the resources that go into making it. We have been the catalyst for breakthrough waste prevention and recycling programs and policies in Washington for over 30 years.

 

Think it's not our problem?

 

Since 1991, Seattle's trash travels about 320 miles by train to a landfill in Eastern Oregon. 

The train is a mile-long and double-stacked. If you were to lay out the containers consecutively, that is
more than 11 times the height of the Columbia Tower 

We produce enough trash that the train runs 6 days per week, 52 weeks per year and carries an estimated 18 million pounds of waste each trip.

 

To learn more, click here to take a virtual tour of Seattle's new South Transfer Station.