Lebanon struggles with safe waste disposal

Lebanon is struggling with another rubbish problem, two years after it brought the last one under control.

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    Two years after the last garbage crisis was solved, Lebanon is facing another problem.

    This time it is because waste is being disposed of using incinerators, which has a negative impact on the environment.

    This is deeply troubling to public health experts, and people are blaming the government for failing to act.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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