Garbage piled up in Karantina, Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Beirut streets could drown with garbage again in the coming few days after a lot where the capital's trash has been gathered over the past weeks has reached its full capacity.Beirut Governor Ziad Chebib said it was likely that Friday would be the last day that trucks would discharge garbage at the Karantina lot."Prime Minister Tammam Salam is working on securing a new space, I hope that his efforts will bear fruit," Chebib told The Daily Star Friday.He explained that any new lot would need a few days to get prepared for receiving garbage.Shortly after, garbage piled up in the streets of Beirut until the governor ordered Sukleen trucks to move the garbage to the Karantina lot.
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