Horse and cart in Saint-Prix outside Paris
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France harnesses horse power to recycle waste

Around 60 towns in France have started using horse-drawn carts to collect waste in order to reduce pollution, lower costs and limit noise.

The BBC's David Chazan reports from the town of Saint-Prix outside Paris, where horses and carts are being used to collect garden refuse.

  • 23 Nov 2010
  • From the section Europe
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