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  • Video丨City’s garbage sorting: it’s about time

    Starting from July 1, Shanghai will welcome a new age of mandatory garbage sorting. Though some residents might still be struggling with whether the contents of their bins are classified as wet, dry, hazardous, or recyclable, they are getting used to it.

  • Video丨 Waste sorting in pioneering community

    As the city’s garbage classification promotion has moved into full swing, some communities have already taken the lead in this “white war”. The Ronghua Community on Hongqiao Street, whose residents are mostly foreigners, is one of the exemplar setting pioneers.
  • Shanghai student listed on Forbes China for waste recycling

    On the latest Elite List Under 30 Years Old newly launched by Forbes China, Huan Hengwei, was a new name. A senior student from Shanghai Dianji University, the 25-year-old once suspended his schooling to start up a business and has now reaped success with his garbage-sorting program.
  • Eat less and do more to alleviate takeaway garbage mountain

    Under the supervision of garbage classification regulations, the leftovers in the lunch boxes have to say goodbye to the packaging.

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