China's war on trash

Updated: Dec 30, 2020 Print
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We take cars and online shopping for granted nowadays. Yet the comforts of modern living bring modern headaches too. Traffic jams, air pollution, and garbage.

There are over 21 million people living in Beijing and they produce over 27,000 tons of domestic garbage, EVERY DAY. And that's just one Chinese city. Now China is waging a war against trash, by garbage sorting mandatory.

How did it get started and how is it going? Will it be a success? Watch the video to learn more about it.

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