City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Recycling plant


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting. Does Tuzla have sorted domestic waste collections? (I can't make out what the coloured waste is in front what looks like a pile of construction waste. For some reason recently the pixel resolution seems to be much less - are you uploading in a different format?) That looks like bindweed in front, reclaiming the steelwork.

18 October, 2011 10:45  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thanks for your comment.
tuzla have normal domestic waste collections twice a day and recycling of plastic and paper have been introduced recently.
i agree this site looks more like a construction site.

reg. photo quality, i have a problem resizing photos on my computer at the moment.
i don't have adobe any more on my laptop so doing simple alterations to the photos is becoming big issue for me.


19 October, 2011 02:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I understand. Never mind, the photographs are interesting as they are.

It's good Tuzla has gone in for plastics straight away. It's taken a long time for many councils in London to start coming to terms with plastic, though a long time ago Ealing were recycling plastic waste by shredding it for incorporation as bulk material in plastic pipes.

Most other councils are only now starting to venture beyond clear plastic bottles, which is used in making "fleeces" (jackets and so on).

19 October, 2011 10:43  

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