From landfill to landscape

Picture from The Dirt

Picture from The Dirt

The Dirt reports on plans to develop an expansive public park on Israel’s largest landfill site.

The proposals include 2000 acres of parkland, a man-made lake, on-site water recycling facilities, bio-gas collection systems, man-made wetlands, and an amphitheatre for public events, with transport connections and parking.

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2 Responses to “From landfill to landscape”

  1. aaronblank Says:

    We need to try and reduce the amount of trash instead of finding way to hide it!
    visit us ! at

    • esieditor Says:

      Sounds good. Let us know about any landscape or construction products that catch your eye.

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