Prime Minister Saad Hariri signs the circular launching "Beirut's Paper," a paper and cardboard recycling initiative for public institutions, April 24, 2018. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra HO)
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri Tuesday launched "Beirut's Paper," a program aimed to sort paper and cardboard in government buildings to reduce the amount of waste landfilled and incinerated.Hariri signed the circular on the recycling program, which will be circulated to all concerned institutions and departments to ensure the implementation is followed.The program, a collaboration between the UNDP, Beirut Municipality and Live Lebanon – a UNDP organization that helps underprivileged communities and connects them to Goodwill Ambassadors – is a stepping stone towards achieving the UNDP's sustainable development goals and promoting environmental protection, she said.
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