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Free Screening TRASHED

Posted on March 30, 2016 at 8:45 PM

Waukesha County Environmental Action League (WEAL) is sponsoring three free, and open to the public, screenings of the award-winning documentary film TRASHED.

TRASHED takes Academy Award winning actor Jeremy Irons across the globe as he investigates the impacts to the land, air and sea from the trash we all generate each day. Although the environmental impacts are considerable, the film also offers viable solutions to prevent pollution, preserve resources and create jobs.

WEAL’s Waste Representative, Charlene Lemoine, will be leading a discussion and Q&A after the screenings.

The TRASHED Trailer is available for viewing on the WEAL website -


4/08/2016 Friday 7:00 PM
Waukesha South High School (WSH) –
Auditorium Entrance –
401 E. Roberta Ave. Waukesha

co-host: WSH Environmental Studies Class

4/20/2016 Wednesday 7:00 PM
Retzer Nature Center( RNC)

co-host: Friends of Retzer Nature Center

****Come early, seating is limited to 80. Cans of soda will be available for sale at the Waukesha South High School and Retzer screenings. The Retzer screening will also offer complementary coffee so be sure to bring your reusable cup. If you would like to bring your own non-alcoholic beverage to any of the screenings please have the beverage in a reusable, covered container that you will take home after the event.****

4/26/2016 Tuesday 6:30 PM
New Berlin Public Library

***All screenings are aiming to be as “Waste Free” as possible.***

For More Information go to or email questions to [email protected]

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