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A European Union-funded waste treatment plant opened Friday in the south Lebanon village of Kfour, in the Nabatieh district, part of ongoing efforts to help Lebanon deal with its crippling trash crisis.The plant includes a machine to mix compost aerobically, shredding it for organic agriculture use.The plant sorts and treats up to 200 tons per day, said Samir Ghosn, from the operating firm, Lavajet.Towns in the Shqif-Nabatieh Municipality Union, which includes 26 municipalities, produce between 150 and 200 tons of waste per day, he added. The plant will employ between 50 and 70 workers. Lassen highlighted the EU's longstanding efforts to help boost Lebanon's capabilities in the field.
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