Good riddance to bad rubbish


Cutting down: The Asher could help reduce the volume of trash going into landfills.

TRASH has become quite the talk of the town.

But a few years before the conversation took its form today, Roland Tee had wondered if there was something he could do to help solve the growing waste problem.

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