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India, Nov. 13 -- Down To Earth profiles ten cities across the globe which have got rid of their waste problem using the 'zero waste model'
Can we imagine a city in India without waste? Arguably, no. Rather our cities are drowning in their own wastes.
It is a big challenge now to collect, segregate and manage our waste in cities and towns. But there are cities across the world, including in India that have become completely waste-free.
They did so by adopting the 'zero waste model'. This model is all about significantly reducing waste, eventually completely eliminating it.
Most of what we now waste can be safely and economically recycled, reused, composted, or turned into biogas through anaerobic digestion. It also creates a large num...
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