Who invented the trash compactor, and why hasn't society shunned them? I imagine the trash compactor invention conversation going something like this: let's create a large appliance that comes into contact with all trash with no way to clean the part that touches trash. It'll compress trash so trash can stay inside the house longer. Oh, and we'll require special trash sacks for the trash compactor to make sure we keep making money.
Luckily our contractor is highly familiar with people like us buying houses with trash compactors and insisting they be removed.
Am I missing something? Who sees the benefits of owning a trash compactor?
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