Get to know the true world champions in waste sorting

When garbage threatened the tourism industry in Alappuzha, residents protested enough to spur lasting change. The city is now recognized as the cleanest city in India for its efforts in decentralizing waste management. This consists of a government program to subsidize the cost of biogas plants for families, in addition to 24 composting centers spread throughout the city. Now, residents take ownership of their waste, and the attitude shift has made the city cleaner for everyone.

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