Sweden turns imported waste into energy

Sweden leads the way in keeping its waste out of landfill sites. It recycles what could be reused and burns what can be safely incinerated to provide power for a quarter of a million homes. But Sweden is so efficient at recycling that it actually import some rubbish from neighbouring countries to keep up with demand at power plants. Al Jazeera's Linda Nyberg reports from Uppsala.

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