Indian Government Is Pushing for Waste-to-Energy Plants, But Are These Any Better than Landfills?



Aman Luthra explores these competing systems of waste management in India in his article "Waste-to-Energy and Recycling: Competing Systems of Waste Management in Urban India," 1 April 2017, EPW.

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Illustration: Chaitanya Mandugula


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