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PHOTOS: Professor Trash Wheel is coming together

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Freddie Bane, shop engineer for Clearwater Mills LLC drills holes to mount the protective canopy on the world’s newest trash wheel, called “Professor Trash Wheel.” The second trash collection system of its kind, will be installed by the Waterfront Partnership at the outfall of Harris Creek Park in Canton during the community unveiling event on December 4th, 2016. The $550,000 for the project was raised through Crowdfunding and businesses in 15 countries, the largest being $200,000 from the Port of Baltimore.  (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)


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