News: Military takes over Naples garbage
tjanssen | June 15, 2008 at 11:41 amby
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In January, The Italian army started clearing up the piles of waste in Naples. Local waste dumps, however, were not able to handle the amounts of garbage people generated, and train loads of Napolitana trash went all over Europe. Germany is taking 200,000 tonnes of rubbish from Naples. Every day of the week a 56-wagon freight train full of rotting tomatoes and stinking nappies makes its way across the Alps to Hamburg, in northern Germany. Now the army has opened up its own waste dump near Naples.
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