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Trash No, Treasure Yes!

This exciting piece of art, that once was only waste material destined for the landfill or littering parks, highways, getting caught in trees, clogging gutters and sewers, and even pose threats to ocean, is now presented in a new and fascinating dimension.

Trash No, Treasure Yes! Recycled Art

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