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A solid waste plant was relaunched Monday outside the north Lebanese village of Minyeh, in yet another effort to support communities who are struggling to accommodate Syrian refugees in the area.The plant will help improve the public health and livelihoods of 150,000 people living within five nearby towns, all of which have been disproportionally affected by the Syrian crisis. The project further highlights OMSAR's and the EU's commitment to implementing a sustainable approach that tries to assist municipalities with the task of managing their own waste.By endorsing the practice of reusable waste, farmers in Minyeh and nearby towns will receive tons of organic material to help them fertilize their land.Although the garbage crisis erupted last year, the EU has been financing waste management projects in the country since 2004 .
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