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A heat and power plant in Vasteras, a city northwest of Stockholm, is converting its traditional coal-fired system in an effort to become fossil fuel-free by 2020, Bloomberg reported. To do so, the plant is now burning garbage, recycled wood and clothes that H&M can't sell.
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
originally posted by: Edumakated
originally posted by: lordcomac
I love it when unsustainable practices come to a grinding halt.
I suspect we'll see many more problems like this over the next ten years, as one practice after another reaches its breaking point!
Just look at the garbage problem in India.
They're just ignoring it... as if it'll get better.
To think, there are still people who believe the human race isn't over populated...
We aren't over populated.... it is just there are too many people
Had you stopped there you'd have been correct and would have made a run at Yogi Berra.
The world is bottom heavy. We need a world war or global pox, which we're long overdue for anyway.
originally posted by: Metallicus
You already solved your own fake problem. Open more landfills. We have plenty of uninhabited areas in the U.S. and much of it is desert and not otherwise useable for anything.
Some people like to make up problems because they can’t stand being happy. Be glad all you have are first world issue like this and not real problems.