The sociologist Ulrich Beck has stated that we live in a ‘Risk Society’ and that risk is spread unevenly in relation to the rewards of profit. In relation to Ashland’s Nyanza Superfund Site, I noticed how we in Ashland took on the risk of color production while the profits went to the urban sales offices; Boston, Philadelphia, New York, and Chicago amongst others. I filled a briefcase of dirty dirt from Ashland and went to Chicago to return it to the office that once sold products that contaminated our people. It was a performance of futility with my own failure to reverse the extraction process and reverse the remittance with dirt. Why? Because when I went to the exact location of the previous offices I discovered that the building and even the street address no longer exist.