Dumpster diving is the practice of sifting through commercial or residential trash to find items that have been discarded by their owners, but which may be useful to the dumpster diver. Dumpster diving is known as “skipping” in the UK; the term “dumpster” is American.The practice of dumpster diving is also known as bin-diving, containering, D-mart, dumpstering, tatting, or simply, recycling. A similar term is “binner” and is often used to describe people who collect recyclable materials for their deposit or resale value. Whatever we call it, these people are saving us from ourselves by keeping useful materials out of landfill.
Dumpster Diving Animal
Here’s an interesting Dumpster Diving Animal.
The garbage bin is hard to see (so is the animal) but both are to the right of the brick wall.
Do you see them? Look close… Praying Mantis is praying for some good finds!