From Reuters News:
Town of Reduction, population 60, up for sale in Pennsylvania
"Got $1.5 million to spare? If so, tiny Reduction, a one-time company town built to house workers at a long-vanished garbage-processing plant in western Pennsylvania, could be yours for the asking.…
"The plant, built by American Reduction Co on a wide bend of the Youghiogheny River, shut down in 1936 after processing waste from the city of Pittsburgh since the early 20th century.
Workers would render animal carcasses, and separate metal from household waste for resale.…
"'This was the original recycling plant,' said David Stawovy, 67, who owns Reduction with his three siblings."
Maybe you could start a recycling museum.