Waste Of Space



Poolbeg from Sandymount Strand, Dublin 4

Existential strolling man gazes at Coventa’s controversial incinerator, designed in the brutalist manner, which had its first delivery of waste yesterday and is expected to start BURNING at the weekend.

A trial run last month brought unwelcome gusts of a warm, plastic fragrance across the strand.

Good times.

Previously: Smells Like Warm Plastic

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10 thoughts on “Waste Of Space

  1. realPolithicks

    Who doesn’t enjoy the smell of fresh burning plastic first thing in the morning?

  2. Pat Harding

    Well at least it looks better than those two ugly chimneys that should be demolished!

  3. Sheik Yahbouti

    Ah, smells like Teen Spirit. It has to be done – it’s more than twenty years overdue. Get over it.

  4. Kenny U-Vox Plank

    Get over it. Big time.

    In 40 years they’ll be lying down in front of driverless Thorton trucks to preserve the place as a monument.

  5. postmanpat

    reduce-reuse-recycle is now increase-use once-don’t recycle. Ah, sure the smell will probably stop once the thing is filled and kept filled to peak capacity through disincentive schemes like charging for green waste collection. Charge ME for separating the recycled material?. Sure I may a well feck everything in the one bin and get back to watching ‘Brown foreigners are stealing our money’ on TV3. Brown people …GERRRRRRR

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