"Sending a City's Garbage up in Flames"

"Back in the 1980s and 90s, dozens of communities across the US built incinerators to get rid of their trash. Many of them financed the massive furnaces with bonds they're just now paying off. And now that those debts are off their books, some cities are re-thinking whether burning trash makes environmental and economic sense." Sarah Hulett reports for The Environment Report the week of July 20, 2009.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009