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A new generation of recycling robots equipped with computer vision and machine learning capabilities are sorting trash twice as fast as people, and with higher degrees of accuracy. Meanwhile, a revolutionary technology deployed in Israel’s Negev desert is turning everyday trash into plastic treasure. These innovations could spell trouble for America’s “Big Waste” companies which have thrived ever since China shut its doors to imported foreign waste.

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