Sri Lanka struggles to tackle waste problem

The government of Sri Lanka is struggling to deal with a growing waste problem, two weeks after a rubbish dump collapsed on neighbouring houses, killing dozens of people.

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    The government of Sri Lanka is struggling to deal with a growing waste problem, two weeks after a rubbish dump collapsed on neighbouring houses, killing dozens of people.

    The incident prompted new recycling efforts in the capital, but some say more action is urgently needed.

    Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez reports from Colombo.


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