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on 10 February 2012
When I lived in England (1980-1990) I used to watch certain TV programmes which sometimes I found extremely interesting/useful. One of them I remember was called 'Tomorrow's World'. One item explained how a Danish designer had come with this practical idea of making paper briquettes with old newspapers using a manual press.

Not long ago I became quite alarmed by the fact that companies where I live where 'recycling' things like paper which you have to put in special containers for them to collect, giving you nothing for them whilst getting tax payers' money for their monkey business. I could not wait to find out if the press still existed,and was all too glad to get hold of one and be able to kill two birds with one stone. The machine works perfectly, and together with a bicycle gives you plenty to do physically: you save joining a gym!

A truly good deal.
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