Dumpster Dumping, or, Why Did the Dumpster Cross the Road?

Street trash is a perpetual issue in Park View, but February 1st was the first time in recent memory where a dumpster was itself the street trash. As you can see below, on Wednesday morning a roll off dumpster on Irving Street (just east of Georgia) was oddly located across the street from its traditional location. Best guess is the orange dumpster was not properly secured in the adjacent alley and rolled away to the other side of the street. Of course, it’s also possible that it made the journey with a little help from friends. In either case, by the end of the day it had been returned to its normal position in the alley.

Abandoned dumpster on 600 block Irving St, NW


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2 Comments on “Dumpster Dumping, or, Why Did the Dumpster Cross the Road?”

  1. Angry Parakeet Says:

    Ah, that’s my block – always something (not) good going on…

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