Lebanon News

Chehayeb plan can save budget millions of dollars

Garbage is piled in temporary dump on the seaside of a highway in Jal el-Dib north of Beirut on September 14, 2015. Garbage has built up in Beirut and its environs after the closure of Lebanon's largest landfill. The crisis sparked angry protests that initially focused on waste management but grew to encompass frustrations with water and electricity shortages and Lebanon's chronically divided political class. . AFP PHOTO / JOSEPH EID

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on September 17, 2015, on page 4.




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