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Power from trash

This New York Times waste-to-energy article focuses on New York City, which now trucks most of its trash to landfills in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and elsewhere. There it releases 1.2 million metric tons a year of greenhouse gases. New York City needs to produce less trash and to build waste-to-energy plants.

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