Dirty Money

Dinakar, S.; Freedman, Michael
September 2006
Forbes Asia;9/4/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 14, p26
The article reports on the potential profitability offered by garbage problem in Asia. In most Indian cities, roadside are dusty or caked with mud. Early each morning hundreds of workers trawl by foot and auto-rickshaw through the main arteries of India's fourth-largest city picking up mounds of litter. Much of the credit for the cleanup in Chennai goes to Veolia Environment, a Paris, France-based company that has tapped into one of the most intractable problems of pollution in Asia.


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