Coordinator of the Lebanese Corruption Monitor, Charles Saba, on Thursday revealed information related to the Sidon waste-sorting center, uncovering another scandal in the waste crisis issue.
In an interview with Voice of Lebanon radio station, Saba said that waste was not being actually dumped at the Sidon plant, but was instead transferred to the Bekaa district.
“During the garbage crisis in Beirut and Mount Lebanon, it was said that part of Beirut waste will be transferred to Sidon landfill for a sum of $90 per a truck transport. However, garbage was transported from the Sidon plant to Bekaa for $40,” Saba explained.
“Where did the remaining $50 go?” he asked.