Selective sorting of cans in Paris, unscrupulous landfill in Marseille … “Forbidden Zone” made of embarrassing revelations
The investigative magazine investigates the treatment of waste in France, from sorting centers to polluting scrap traffic. To see this Sunday at 9:05 p.m. on M6.
“I’m not going to take everything I put on, anyway!” The exclamation is almost comical. It lets imagine the quantities of negative land illegally welcomed by this individual on his land to enrich himself. The messy, a resident of the Marseille region, is not the only one to blame: construction companies are happy to avoid the landfill to reduce their expenses. This is only one of the crimes that plague the treatment of waste in France. “Forbidden zone” signs an investigation, it must be written, a little worrying: Waste, the big lies of recycling is broadcast on October 17 at 9:05 p.m. on M6, presented by Florence de Soultrait, broadcast this Sunday from Ophélie, on maternity leave.
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On sees red. In Paris, the yellow bins are sometimes emptied in the dumpsters of the general public, those of the green bins. The fault is not to put on the garbage collectors – and M6 could have insisted on this point -, but rather on the diligent private companies which save, again, thanks to this trickery. They surprisingly declined the interview offer. The town hall of Paris, for its part and through the deputy in charge of cleanliness Colombe Brossel, said “betrayed”.
Asbestos poured into nature
Île-de-France, its bell towers, its jerky fields. In the town of Mareil-en-France, the presence of a fast lane prompted individuals to come and drop off their rubbish. Mounds of bumpers, tiles, oil cans … “A ton of asbestos costs 500 euros to recycle”, recalls the voiceover. The calculation is quickly done, the pile grows, to the detriment of the environment. And the gendarmes are struggling to crack down. The mayor of the city, frank and courageous, had to take matters into her own hands. We are delighted with its success.
There is also this Parisian selective sorting center which prefers to bury cardboard rather than recycle it Or this landfill, near Marseille, which mixes hazardous and non-hazardous waste for the environment. Or this mayor, near Annecy, who authorized construction on a former landfill area, condemning future houses to collapse. The list of misdeeds grows throughout the magazine. Often committed in or around large cities, they have the same motives: to avoid paying and get rich. It’s clean.