Sweden imports garbage for power, helps Europe dispose of its waste

The world-leading nation in garbage-fueled energy is now importing garbage to feed the network of district-power plants that provide electricity for more than half of Swedish households. Sweden has reduced its landfill-bound garbage to less than 1% of the waste it produces, after burning 52% of it for energy and recycling the rest. It also provides a much-welcome service to its European neighbors by helping them dispose of their waste.

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Sweden imports garbage for power, helps Europe dispose of its waste

The world-leading nation in garbage-fueled energy is now importing garbage to feed the network of district-power plants that provide electricity for more than half of Swedish households. Sweden has reduced its landfill-bound garbage to less than 1% of the waste it produces, after burning 52% of it for energy and recycling the rest. It also provides a much-welcome service to its European neighbors by helping them dispose of their waste.

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