Trash Monsters will seek to "highlight important climate change issues and inspire the celebrities and viewers to reduce their waste output."
Channel 4 explains: "Throughout this experiment the celebrities will aim to reduce their carbon footprint.
"They will also create a handful of hard-line rules for their families to live by, in order to reduce their rubbish and cut down their trash suit's bulging 'waste-line'. The celebrity who reduces their carbon footprint the most will be crowned the winner."
Jon Richardson says: "We have reached the stage of impending climate catastrophe where a rodent-looking comedian is forced into making well-meaning celebs go and wear their trash. I believe Trash Monsters will be funny, enlightening and an incredibly vivid depiction of how easily we all accumulate vast amounts of waste."
Natalie McArdle from producers Naked Productions says: "We can't wait to reveal a hidden side to our celebrities as they bravely grant us access-all-areas inside their homes and their bins - and wear their waste."
Executive producer Matthew Cox adds: "By literally carrying the weight of their own trash, they'll hopefully question the amount of rubbish they create, in the noisiest and most revealing way possible."
Harjeet Chhokar from Channel 4 comments: "This is a brilliant mix of entertainment and education for a very important issue. Here we'll visibly see how much rubbish an individual can accumulate in a relatively short period of time. Plus, there's a great opportunity to delve into the 'trash habits' of the celebs taking part and find out what they will do to change them."
Trash Monsters will air on Channel 4 at a later date.
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