Beirut risks flooding with garbage after Jan. 17 if no agreement was reached and the Naameh dump was closed. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Lebanon's environment minister announced Tuesday that no company has shown any interest in applying for the government's call for tenders to manage Beirut's solid waste.Lebanon was divided into six districts, and offers for each district were submitted separately.Only the areas of Metn, Kesrouan and Byblos, classified as District 2, will witness competition between companies, with three offers being submitted, he explained.Even Sukleen, the company managing Beirut's waste since 1994, did not apply for the call for tenders in District 1 .
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