Final Iceland Cultural Story: Recycling and Waste Management (LISTEN)

Our Covering International Music Fests: Iceland class is a wrap but the memories live on! Hear our full radio documentary and explore our class blog (listen to one of the cultural story segments from the final radio documentary below). Also check out our daily blogs,  live reviews from the 2017 Iceland Airwaves Music festival, cultural interviews produced during our Iceland trip and hear our preview interviews we produced before we arrived.  

Over the course of the last 40-plus years, Iceland’s recycling and waste management system has drastically changed. Since open-pit burning was the country’s main source of waste disposal, Iceland’s goal to decrease the amount of waste produced is becoming more and more true. With various projects to diminish waste, companies like SORPA and the Environment Agency of Iceland are focusing on waste prevention methods as well as keeping the community aware of how to better the waste management system.

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