A picture taken on December 5, 2016 in Paris shows the Eiffel tower in the smog. Pollution reaches a peak in Paris on December 5, 2016. / AFP / Thomas SAMSON
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Paris plans to build hundreds of public waste recycling stations to boost the low level of recycling in the French capital, city authorities said on Monday.Following successful testing of a recycling station in one Paris district, the city will install 40 stations in four districts by the end of the year. Following a review of the program in mid-2017, the city aims to install 1,000 to 1,500 stations in the city's 20 districts in 2018 .A spokesman for Eco-Emballages said it was estimated the Trilib system would cost about 8 euros per month for each person using it, compared with about 11 euros per month for door-to-door collection of recyclables.
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