Norway’s Capital Doesn’t Have Enough Trash to Help Power the City

By Kharunya Paramaguru – In an age where there is an increasing demand to find alternatives to landfill sites, and a pressing need to reduce garbage production globally, Oslo, the capital of Norway, is experiencing an unusual problem with its trash: there’s not enough of it.

In order to sustain that waste-energy production, the Norwegians plan on importing garbage-potentially from as far afield as the U.S. given how relatively inexpensive sea transportation is. Last year Sweden also ran out of garbage to burn and plans to import nearly 800,000 tonnes annually to keep up with its energy production. more> http://tinyurl.com/ctcxgdd

READ  Five Capabilities That Mid-Sized Manufacturers Need To Build

One response to “Norway’s Capital Doesn’t Have Enough Trash to Help Power the City

  1. Pingback: A framework for clean environment – Kerala Business Network

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *