Where there's muck there's money
This page is about the saying "Where there's muck there's money"
There is money to be made in dirt and dirty jobs. For example, many people have made fortunes by processing rubbish or waste materials.
Origin: This saying originated in England in or before the 19th century. The 17th-century book "A collection of English proverbs" (Rev. John Ray) includes a similar idea: "Muck and money go together."
brass (noun): a metal made from copper and zinc; money (British slang)
"Where there's muck there's money" suggests that rubbish can be used to create
Contributor: Josef Essberger