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New York Opens One of the World's Biggest Recycling Facilities

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January 23, 2014
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How does one of the world's biggest cities get rid of its trash? Using one of the world's biggest recycling facilities of course. AFPTV takes a look at how New York handles its garbage.


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AP (Oct. 30, 2014) — The lava flow on the Big Island of Hawaii was 225 yards from Pahoa Village Road on Wednesday night. The lava is slowing down but still approaching the village. (Oct. 30) Video provided by AP
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Raw: Hawaii Lava Inches Closer

Raw: Hawaii Lava Inches Closer

AP (Oct. 30, 2014) — Aerial video shows the path lava has carved across a portion of Hawaii's big island, threatening homes in the town of Pahoa. Officials say the flow was just over 230 yards from a roadway Thursday morning. (Oct. 30) Video provided by AP
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E-Waste Inferno Burning Brighter in China's Recycling Capital

E-Waste Inferno Burning Brighter in China's Recycling Capital

AFP (Oct. 28, 2014) — Business is booming in the Chinese town of Guiyu where the world's electronic waste ends up for recycling -- at a heavy environmental cost. Duration: 00:57 Video provided by AFP
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From Waste to Wealth

From Waste to Wealth

Xinhua News Agency (Oct. 1, 2012) — Banquets in China may look glamorous, but they generate hundreds of thousands of tons of food waste every year. Taking on the losses, Chinese recycling companies have now come up with new ways of using food waste, while protecting the environment.
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