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November 14, 2012

Clean Ghana

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The President of Ghana launched an extensive sanitation programme to tackle the cleanliness problem plaguing the country. The Minister of...
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Garbage to fuel

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Women in Nankulabye town in Uganda have become financially independent by turning useless garbage into precious fuel. These briquettes made...
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Toilets in school

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Salem Municipality has proposed to build 195 child friendly toilets with continuous water supply in Aganwadi centers at the cost...
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Waste management

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Clean City Movement initiated by the Indian Medical Association and Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI) will...
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Zero Waste Focusing on destination, not diversion

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In striving to create a waste-free world, it is important that we articulate not only our goals but the ways we plan to go about bringing them to fruition. I believe our objectives would be much better served in this regard with a simple word substitution. Rather than focusing on diversion rates as the way we measure recycling success, what we really need to be talking about are “destination rates.”
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