"Trashed - No Place For Waste"

"Trashed - No Place for Waste" looks at the risks to the food chain and the environment through 
pollution of our air, land and sea by waste. The film reveals surprising truths about very immediate and 
potent dangers to our health, a global conversation from Iceland to Indonesia between the film star 
Jeremy Irons and scientists, politicians and ordinary individuals whose health and livelihoods have been 
fundamentally affected by waste pollution. Visually and emotionally the film is both horrific and 
beautiful: an interplay of human interest and political wake-up call. But it ends on a message of hope: 
showing how the risks to our survival can easily be averted through sustainable approaches that provide 
far more employment than the current 'waste industry'.
There will also be a presentation by a local community group about recycling and waste in our own 
community.  
This free screening is sponsored by the Medford Film Collaborative, Grace Episcopal Church and the City 
of Medford Office of Energy and the Environment. The program is funded in part by the Medford Arts 
Council and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. For more information, go to  
 https://www.facebook.com/medfordfilm
“Trashed” will be screened at the Grace Episcopal Church, 160 High Street
Medford, on April 29, 2015 at 6:45PM

"Trashed - No Place for Waste" looks at the risks to the food chain and the environment through 
pollution of our air, land and sea by waste. The film reveals surprising truths about very immediate and 
potent dangers to our health, a global conversation from Iceland to Indonesia between the film star 
Jeremy Irons and scientists, politicians and ordinary individuals whose health and livelihoods have been 
fundamentally affected by waste pollution. Visually and emotionally the film is both horrific and 
beautiful: an interplay of human interest and political wake-up call. But it ends on a message of hope: 
showing how the risks to our survival can easily be averted through sustainable approaches that provide 
far more employment than the current 'waste industry'.
There will also be a presentation by a local community group about recycling and waste in our own 
community.  
This free screening is sponsored by the Medford Film Collaborative, Grace Episcopal Church and the City 
of Medford Office of Energy and the Environment. The program is funded in part by the Medford Arts 
Council and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. For more information, go to  
 https://www.facebook.com/medfordfilm
“Trashed” will be screened at the Grace Episcopal Church, 160 High Street
Medford, on April 29, 2015 at 6:45PM