Dumpster Diving and Downshifting

Bibliography Copyright 2001 by Sharon Woodhouse

Primary Sources

Bennett, Steven J. Ecopreneuring. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1991.  A guide to small business opportunities with in the environment. Includes case studies of successful ecoprenuers and advice from leading experts in the field.

Hall, Eleanor J. Garbage. Lucent, 1997.  An interpretive guide to present day concerns surrounding the garbage industry. Complete with glossary and organization contracts.

Hoffman, John. Art and Science of Dumpster Diving. Port Townsend, WA, 1993.  A personal instructive manual on the “How to’” of dumpster diving. Illustrations are included.

Lilienfeld, Robert, and William Rathje. Use Less Stuff. The Ballantine Publishing Group, 1998.  A consumers guide full of suggestion on helpful money and energy saving tips.

Strasser, Susan. Waste and Want: A Social History of Trash. New York, 1999.  Insightful historical guide on the United States efforts to dispose.
 

Secondary Sources

Berle,Gustav. The Green Entrepreneur. Liberty Hall Press, 1991.  Complete information on creating businesses from beginning to end from environmental opportunities.

Ebreo, Angela; James Hershey; Joanne Vining; “Reducing solid waste: Linking recycling to environmentally responsible consumerism,” Environment and Behavior; Thousand Oaks; Jan.1999: vol.31 issue: 1 pg.107.

Getz, Pam, “Dumpster diving reaps many benefits,” http://www.spub.ksu.edu/ISSUES/v/00/FA/no24/op-dumpstr.page.html

Hales, Jennifer, University Place Law Enforcement, Personal interview, 2 March 2001.

Miller, Sheldon. “dumpster diving: treasure and trash,”  http://www.nd.edu/~akreider/praxis/dumpster.htm Dumpster hobbyist personal experience and advise.

Rathje, William L and Cullen Murphy. Rubbish!: The Archaeology of Garbage.
(New York, c.1992). The story of garbage and what it tells about us.