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Recycling for Hope and Dignity on Paraguay's Streets
by Natalia Ruiz DíazIPS-Inter Press Service
November 23rd, 2010
ASUNCIÓN - "I go out with my cart and collect plastic bottles, cardboard, paper, plastic bags; that is my work," said Laura Cardozo, proud member of a recycling group that works the Paraguayan capital's streets.
Harrisburg's Failed Infrastructure Project
by John BuntinGoverning
November, 2010 - A new incinerator was supposed to earn Harrisburg, Pa., $1 billion. Instead, it’s a cautionary tale for what happens when an infrastructure project goes bad.
New Jersey Pulls Plug on Camden Trash Authority Debt Support
by Dunstan McNicholBloomberg
November 12th, 2010
New Jersey won’t pick up a $26.1 million payment due Dec. 1 on the Camden County Pollution Control Financing Authority’s incinerator bonds after covering payments since 1999, a spokesman for Treasurer Andrew Sidamon- Eristoff said.
(Bio)Mass Confusion
by Jim CarltonThe Wall Street Journal
October 18th, 2010
In the U.S., biomass power—generated mainly by burning wood and other plant debris—has run into roadblocks that have stymied its growth.
San Francisco watches its waste line
by Matt Baumegrist.org
October 12th, 2010
In San Francisco, garbage is treated like a resource that shouldn't be wasted. And that means formulating a plan to reduce the city's garbage output to zero. Yes, that's right: zero.


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