Trash piled up in Ehden, Lebanon, July 15, 2019. (Photo by Anthony Makary)
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Environment Minister Fadi Jreissati and north Lebanon officials agreed Wednesday on an emergency plan to deal with solid waste, after the closure of a dumpsite in April sent trash pouring into streets and informal dumps.Jreissati headed Wednesday's meeting, which was attended by Zgharta MP Michel Moawad, Dinnieh MP Sami Fatfat, Minyeh MP Othman Alameddine, north Lebanon Gov. Ramzi Nohra, the heads of the municipal unions of Zgharta, Bsharri, Dinnieh, Koura and Jerd al-Dinnieh, and the mayors of Zgharta and Bakhoun.
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