How Sweden is turning its waste into gold technology to life replicating the waste

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When it comes to environmental awareness and waste management, Sweden is one of the world’s champions. The country recycles nearly all of its waste and – in the process – generates electricity and heating. France 2’s Claire Colnet reports, with Nicholas Rushworth.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Laura Burloux.

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27 comments

YowzaBowzaWowza 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

the “AR” in AR-15 doesn’t mean “Assault Rifle”

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Pothraj Shyamala 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Environmental awareness COP26 CLIMATE CHANGE SUMMIT 196 countries

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Jean York 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

쓰레기가 곧 돈 이 되고 자본이되는세상 싱가폴의 쓰레기를 이용한 에너지재생시스템 미국의 네바다 라스베가스 쓰레기 가스로 온방시설시스템 스웨덴의 쓰레기를 세밀하게 종류별로 분리해서 에너지재생산 재활용 음식물쓰레기재활용 참으로 좋은 아이디어인것 같다 소비가 왕이다 마구 마구쓰고 버리고 하는것을 이제는 환경 기후변화 전염병을 생각해서 쓰레기를 이용해서 재활용 재생산에 많은 힘을 기울일 시간인것같다
자연환경 파괴를 막고 오염과 공해도 줄이고 재활용에 신경을쓰고 홈리스와 가난한사람들에게도 기회를 주어 다같이 공기맑은지구에서 즐겁게 평등하게 살자

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Deborah Northover 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

And yet Vattenfall a company wholely owned by the Swedish government wants to destroy one of the last remaining habitat for the rarest feline on earth , the Scottish wildcat by destroying its habitat,The Clashindarroch forest.

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fiah cush 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Ban all forms of plastics

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Compte google 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

The banana insecticides kill all the microorganism in your compost.

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Appu Joseph Jose 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Mostly From UK

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E Rea 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

If you believe that about Sweden you’ll believe anything.

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Nishanka 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Opposite in india, people dont care to be that disciplined

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Ashutosh Ashish 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

All credit goes to the people who are very serious about their environment and what was advised by the govt. They are responsible and take segregation seriously which helps govt to process and recycle wastes without any additional expenses.

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Victor Hensel-Coe 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

That would be nice if we could retrofit all the old coal-fired power stations of Europe to burn trash instead.

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Tonu 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Indian politicians holiday in sweden to study waste management. They are mere tourists

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Jonathan Virgil 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Squid game voice over

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Penny O'Flaherty 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Hello there Sweden — COME ON INET WITH MANY VOICES FROM YOUR NATION & lobby Australia Federal Government to start USING & APPLYING COMMON SENSE IN YOUR GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS !!! The land Downunder is not properly pulling itS WEIGHT OF RESPONSIBILITY in SAYING — NOT BEHAVING LIKE A LEADING COUNTRY !! Even your next Euro G7 summit our prime minister doesn’t want to be pulled into * Kicking & Screaming * towards action taken BEFORE 2030 !! Hanging out there until 2050with all rhetoric & no Action , NO REPORTING , NO ACCOUNTABILITY IS NOT ENOUGH SOON ENOUGH .
LOBY @ an with G7 Summit due 2022👏👏👏

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Spencer Tan Beach Boy 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

👍👍👍🙏🙏🙏 Save Earth 🌎. My country Singapore not everything for recycle 😔😔

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Ma. * 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

I remember how in the USSR we went to the store with our glass jars and got sour cream filled in there. For candy/bread/vegetables we also had to bring a bag with us. The toilet paper was sold hanging on a rope (you could wear it around your neck on the way home) 🙂 milk was sold in bottles, which were washed and reused again. Ice cream was sold in eatable waffle cups with a thin piece of paper on top of the ice cream. On the streets there were soft drink machines with 1 glass for all! The glass stood there and you had to get it washed right there with just water (don't know why we never got sick) or you brought your own glass. Nowadays I cannot get coffee from a machine without getting a one-way plastic cup to throw away. The waste system in the USSR was perfect and enough for good living. Almost no waste.

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Salma Aripin 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Can I just be in Sweden?

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Trish 10-in 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

The US needs to make their residents feel that they are responsible for their own waste. I look forward to the day that the world takes notice and follows suite. KUDOS to Sweden !

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Aaron Valerio 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

That french lady being interviewed was just bullshiting the show. She hasn't had a clue what she was saying the whole time.

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Bento Pereira 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Burning waste into energy is highly CO2 emitting! There is nothing environmental friendly about it. Nothing that burns is environmentally friendly.

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Chris xu 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

a d

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Andrew Hay 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

So none of it ends up dumped across the Baltic somewhere?

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VITKO MUSIC 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

One country is doing it. Vut others don't. They put tvs in containers….

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Christine Jones 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

🙋🏻‍♀️ from 🇺🇸 Let's send this video to our government (like they would care🤷🏻‍♀️), to our schools , etc… We really need to adjust our priorities .

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Someoneelse 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

I live in Sweden, I live alone and I sort my trash, I throw 1 grocery bag of trash every other week, so 2 a month.
In practicality, I throw a lot of partially filled bags that adds up to that, because i want to throw them before they smell.
I have 250 meters to a recycling station where I can sort, glass, paper, metal and plastic containers as well as newspapers and cardboard in different bins, I also return reusable bottles and cans to the store when I grocery shop.
But most of all, I try to consume less, choose fruits and vegetables without plastic packing and so on.
And I am not extreme in any way for a Swede, I even make fun of those who are extreme….
Oh, and I have NEVER paid for botteled water in Sweden, we have the best tap water, just fill a pitcher and put it in the fridge, if you want carbonated water, buy a carbonator (Soda Streamer)

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Åke 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

It started with movie fädbodjäntan…

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Åke 26/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Idiots

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