Poles urged to sort trash

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Poland’s environment ministry has rolled out a set of new programs aiming to protect the environment and raise awareness of the importance of waste sorting, Polish Radio has reported.

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The campaign is targeted at local authorities and individual households as well as schools.

The drive is part of efforts to promote a Uniform Waste Sorting system that has been introduced in Poland to ensure effective segregation and recycling of waste, Polish Radio adds.

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