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Europe finds clean energy in trash, but U.S. lags

Incinerators aren’t noisy, smelly, smoky beasts anymore. In Europe’s new generation of waste-to-energy plants, dozens of filters trap pollutants. The plants produce electricity as they dispose of garbage, lower energy costs, and limit the use of landfills. In the U.S., opposition dies hard.

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