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Singapore's 'freegans' find treasure in trash


A new movement in Singapore that seeks to reduce the amount of consumer waste in the affluent city-state is scavenging for unwanted goods, some in near-mint condition, that migrant workers can send... (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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