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A waste-reduction initiative is gaining steam as more food and beverage establishments across Lebanon take steps to reduce waste in an attempt to curb the country's ongoing trash problems.Kehdy and her organization help consult and train employees of food and beverage establishments on how to reduce waste, as well as coordinate pickups for recycling.Al Falamanki, a restaurant with locations in Sodeco and Raouche, is one of many restaurants that has pledged to reduce its waste and recycle with the assistance of Recycle Lebanon.Al Falamanki trained over 80 employees, according to Barbour, teaching them about the waste crisis in Lebanon and challenging them to change waste habits at home. Recycling is only the first step to better waste policies.
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