|"The municipal solid waste (MSW) generation depends on the industrialization and the sustained growth referred to the Paleolithic era, thanks to the Absolon discovery in 1945. During the years the composition of MSW was on continuous changes. For example a century ago the MSW contained mainly coal ash and food scraps, with a small proportion of paper and glass.
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