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    China's Palace Museum starts promoting 'zero waste' tours

    Xinhua | Updated: 2021-07-14 10:53
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    The Palace Museum launched a "zero waste" program in January 2020 to work toward the goal of minimizing the amount of waste that would go through landfills or incineration.[Photo/Xinhua]

    China's Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, has started promoting "zero waste" tours among tour guides and the public.

    A training session was held Tuesday for tour guides who should encourage visitors to participate in garbage sorting and recycling during their tours.

    The Palace Museum launched a "zero waste" program in January 2020 to work toward the goal of minimizing the amount of waste that would go through landfills or incineration.

    A no-waste approach has been adopted for office work at the museum over last year.

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