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February 23, 2010; BBC News | It’s no surprise that a British charity that promotes environmentally friendly burials is a big proponent of recycling. In fact, because it’s so committed not to let things go to waste—and even believes in coffins made from recycled newspaper, the Natural Death Centre is now using an abandoned nuclear bunker as its headquarters. According to the BBC, the green-funeral charity operates out of a 2,500 square foot underground facility in Twyford Village, near Winchester. Originally built in 1905 as a covered reservoir, it was turned into a nuclear bunker during the Cold War. Since 1997, the site, which is said to be able to withstand a nuclear strike, has housed computer security companies. While it might not be the average office worker’s typical daily destination, the repurposed bunker is not without its amenities. It has a kitchen and parking spaces for 18 cars.—Bruce Trachtenberg