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Published on Aug 18, 2009
For people in Dindigul in India's Tamil Nadu state, waste isn't really a problem it's just a resource in the wrong place. School children and housewives have been at the forefront in collecting household and market waste to turn them into compost. They have not only cleaned up the streets, but also persuaded people to grow organic food. As the word spreads, more towns and villages are emulating this example set by CLEAN India project and Gandhigram Trust.