Tent doubles as a trash bag to tackle festival waste
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The rising popularity of music festivals located in the countryside has meant that the beautiful scenery they take place in is often left looking more like a trash pile once the crowds have dispersed. In order to make it easier for revelers to pick up the inevitable garbage they create over the weekend, waste product manufacturer Glad has developed the Glad Tent — a festival shelter designed to become a receptacle for trash and thrown away after use. According to Miami-based marketing agency Alma — which created the tent — some 77 tons of waste was left on the grounds…
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