TRASHLAB (formerly known as Trashlab Repair Cafe) events are social occasions to gather, try to fix broken things, while meeting others who care about tinkering, fixing, hacking, and the problem of waste and obsolescence in society. For each event, the expert host(s) will try to identify the problems or diagnose the broken item and direct participants on how they can fix their item. We encourage people also to share their skills, learn from peer to peer and develop their own methods. While Trashlab cannot guarantee that all items are fixed (some might get diagnosed, some even more broken) - we can guarantee that participants will get more information on how to proceed with their broken item. Trashlab provides basic tools and materials for fixing, but if you have very specific items, you´d like to fix, please notify us in advance: justate [-at-]

Documentation of the ongoing events:

Participation to the workshop is free but we happily accept small donations, which will go towards the tools and materials.

Trashlab was inspired by international fixer movement and started and run by Pixelache Helsinki, Finland. Trashlab is part of their around-the-year outreach & education programme, under the theme 'Waste/d':

Background info about Trashlab:

Keep in touch online by join the Facebook group 'Trashlab' for notice of events.. Or send an email to: andrew [-at-] and he will add you to trashlab [-at-] list which is a google administrated group of, and this list promotes the different Trashlab events outside Facebook.

Additional images:

Trashlab 27.2.2016 on Flickr