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Room for debate: Should the U.S. burn or bury its trash?

In this follow-up to a recent New York Times article on Europe’s lead over the U.S. in waste-to-energy plants, The Times prints seven experts’ views why burning trash is so unpopular in America, and how incineration could be increased. You can access comments from more than 150 readers of the Times’ article.

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