Workers clean the beach in Zouk Mosbeh, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The cleanup of a Kesrouan beach that had been covered with garbage by last week's storm began Tuesday on the orders of Prime Minister Saad Hariri.The storm was believed to have swept trash from the controversial coastal Burj Hammoud landfill out to sea and north along the coast before it washed up on the shores of Zouk Mosbeh.Environment Minister Tarek Khatib also said that the trash had been carried onto the beach from Nahr al-Kalb.Khatib visited the Metn town of Beit Shabab to see the amount of rubbish that accumulated in the valley.After the trash crisis reached its peak in 2015, Sidon agreed to take 250 tons of garbage a day from Beirut.
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