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Turkey aims to become zero-waste by 2023 | Money Talks

Turkey wants to become a zero-waste nation by 2023. It's part of an initiative driven by first lady Emine Erdogan to drastically increase recycling. But with Turkey ranked as one of the world's worst countries for recycling, it faces an uphill battle. John Joe Regan reports from Istanbul. #ZeroWaste #Turkey #Environment

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Turkey Recycling Initiative: City of Van doubles down on recycling efforts

Turkey Recycling Initiative: City of Van doubles down on recycling efforts

Turkey Recycling Initiative: City of Van doubles down on recycling efforts

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