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This Is Uncomfortable

Shanghai chips away at its mountain of trash

by Jennifer Pak Oct 25, 2019
After nearly four months of a mandatory waste-sorting plan, the city declares better than expected results.
Shanghai has made it mandatory for residents and businesses to sort their waste.
Jennifer Pak/Marketplace

Is this the end of recycling?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Mar 19, 2019
The Chinese economy could be killing recycling in the U.S.
An employee walks people through the recycling process at a closed loop plant in London, United Kingdom in 2010.
Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

In New York City, getting rid of joyless junk can be complicated and costly

by Leila Goldstein Feb 14, 2019
It's the urban underbelly of the Marie Kondo effect.
Manhattan’s Salvation Army on 46th Street has 20 trucks to pick up donations and two additional dump trucks to haul away unsalable items.
Leila Goldstein/Marketplace

What happens when a landfill runs out of space?

by Alexis Marshall Jan 8, 2019
According to the Waste Business Journal, by 2021 the average landfill will only have 15 years of life left.
A truck empties its load of waste at the Shelford Landfill, Recycling & Composting Centre.
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Lebanon copes with garbage crisis and sustainability

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 28, 2015
After a stinking week, disposal resumes in Beirut, but will the solution last?