In Singapore, where trash becomes ash, plastics are still a problem

Plastic bags and bottles are given out during an event in Singapore, April 28, 2018. Picture taken April 28, 2018. REUTERS/Feline Lim

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – As countries around Southeast Asia struggle to cope with growing piles of plastic and other waste on land and in their waters, Singapore is one country in the region that appears to have things figured out. Singapore’s streets are glistening clean, its parks and beaches mostly free from the trash that plagues […]

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