Syrian refugees help solve Jordan’s rubbish crisis

The Jordanian government is struggling to contain a mounting rubbish crisis as garbage dumps across the country start to reach capacity.

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    The Jordanian government is struggling to contain a mounting rubbish crisis as dumps across the country start to reach capacity.

     

    A new initiative to encourage recycling is looking to Syrian refugees to help lead the way out of the problem.

     

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Mufraq in northern Jordan.


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