Macro Sea's project GLASSPHEMY! from 2010 was a 20-foot high, 30-foot long steel tower that allowed visitors to throw and break glass bottles inside. The project was a fun way to get people to recycle.



Besides regular maintenance from the city, there should be trash cans visible and easily accessible anywhere in a space, and recycling and composting should always be adjacent to all regular trash cans. To get youth to pick up after themselves, trash cans can have an interactive element like play music or lights up when trash is thrown in to make the activity more enjoyable. There should also be free and easy access to bathrooms and water stations. All bathrooms should be gender neutral. We want teens to stay active all day without having to worry about getting dehydrated and having to pay for a cold drink or having to buy a meal just to use the bathroom.