The landfill nudge at the University of Pennsylvania

Hat tip: Matthew Buechler

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  • Bmarkos

    More info about this please :)

    • Will

      The glass case in the back holds examples of what should types of things should go in the bins.  It’s effective because when I’m unsure of whether an object is recyclable or not, I tend to just throw it in the trash.

  • HoldUp

    haha comical, I would toss everything in whatever hole was close. Nothing “Nudges” me. I recognize it and ignore it.

  • Yijunli

    Thanks for sharing! A great example of visualizing what should be classified as ‘landfill’ using the glass display. For people who have are not sure what types of things should go in the holes, It fills the information gap during the decision making process.

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  • jonny

    Nice post.

    I was reading about food and plastics on Foods&Plastics one day.

    There we can find out about recycled plastic and toxic chemical structure inside.

  • Juan Pablo Ospina

    Hello, somebody knows where can I find more information of this nudge? I know what the nudge is about, I just want to go deeper into who designed this nudge and how large was the effect of it (I want to apply this nudge at Florida State University, so it would be great if I get more information about this nudge)