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Every year 5.5 tons of waste from Sweden is producing, yet 1% of it will go to a landfill. How is Sweden separating themselves so quickly than other countries? What are the creative changes, innovations, and shops created that others are not doing? From second-hand malls to sorting bins for recycling through out the city, it seems Sweden has an interesting way of adapting. Sweden wants to move it up a notch by turning its waste into energy and sending nothing to the landfill in the 3-year future. How is this possible? Is it possible for them to become 'zero waste'?
Watch this 10:20 minute video from France 24 News below to learn more about Sweden's waste plan;
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