Bailed garbage is piled up in Burj Hammoud. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Cabinet Thursday will discuss the issuing of public tenders for the establishment of a landfill in Burj Hammoud, following a request by the Interior Ministry not to disclose results of the bidding process.Outgoing Beirut Mayor Bilal Hamad said his role was confined to sourcing companies that would deal with Beirut's waste after the Cabinet's interim plan is completed.When asked about the source of the Interior Ministry's request, Hamad denied involvement and claimed it originated from Beirut's executive authority: its governor.The Central News Agency reported that Beirut's municipality has decided to do away with the Burj Hammoud landfill completely, and intends to formulate its own solution.
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