Occupy L.A. Leaves 30 Tons of Debris

What’s left when the protests end? Garbage—and lots of it—in the case of Occupy L.A. Police need to clean up 30 tons of debris after evicting the group Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles Times. Much of the garbage is personal belongings: books, CDs, mattresses, hygienic products. Still, workers wore hazmat suits to clean it up. The material will be sent to a nearby landfill.