In Pixar's film Wall-E, spectators enjoy the ups and downs of a little robot solely designed to classify and pack the rubbish abandoned by a civilisation that has migrated to the stars, awaiting the day when Earth ceases to be toxic in order to return. Although it appears to be inspired by ideas such as the most catastrophic theories about overpopulation, particularly those disseminated in the 60s and 70s, waste accumulation is a truly serious urban problem.Waste management difficulties may take many forms. The solutions are also diverse. Some, as illustrated during the seminar dedicated to the circular economy in the Smart City Expo World Congress 2019, can also be financially feasible. In some cases, the aim is to find a monetary incentive to tackle a problematic situation; in others, the most extreme, to try to get as many benefits out of a real problem of survival.
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