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The MuD, Musée du déchet 

Where? Centre Formida - Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch, L-4023 Esch-sur-Alzette

The first museum in the world to aim, in a playful and original way, to provoke reflection on the current and future management of our resources.

Through artistic and educational installations, visitors will first be confronted with the current situation and the consequences of our behavior. Travelling between 2021 and 2050, they will discover how we got here but also the ways in which we can create a future without waste. Because the future starts today and solutions already exist ! 

Contact

Address: The MuD, Musée du déchet 
Centre Formida - Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch
L-4023 Esch-sur-Alzette
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E-Mail:info@themud.eu
Website:https://themud.eu/
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