Former steel-making city becomes Sweden's greenest community

Eskilstuna is reinventing itself as a leader in recycling household waste in the country.

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    Few countries take recycling as seriously as Sweden, where 99 percent of household waste is turned into something new.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys reports from Eskilstuna, a former steel-making city that is now reinventing itself as Sweden's greenest community.


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