It seems that just about everything is on our list to recycle these days. Not only our rubbish, but unwanted gifts, dirty nappies, and old chewing gum. Recycling can also have a two-fold effect of repurposing items as well as raising money for the homeless.
14 parking meters have been redecorated and reinstalled across the Californian city of Pasadena to encourage homelessness awareness and reduce panhandling (begging). City officials are not expecting a windfall with the amounts collected but are hoping to see some positive contributions to California’s homeless programs and more donations to charities in general.
The meters were designed by the students of the Art Centre college of Design.
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