@anthonycortas | @biclean_bickfaya Home Activism Bi Clean is a recycling center in the mountain town of Bickfaya. The center aims to make the country clean and provide a solution to Lebanon’s waste management problem. The initiative began by replacing ordinary street bins with three separate ones, each labeled with the type of waste that goes there. View this post on Instagram When you have the will to recycle yo do what ever it takes! Thank you Maya Saoud Abou Jawde for your exemplary initiative. Madame Maya lives in a far town… She took the initiative to rassemble the waste in her neighborhood and start recycling it at her place before delivering it to us! Be like Maya A post shared by Biclean (@biclean_bickfaya) on Sep 11, 2019 at 12:48am PDT This was their first step; it was to prove the gravity of the matter and to show that garbage doesn’t all go to the same place as people had believed. It can be sorted! View this post on Instagram Besançon School-Baabdath Students are sorting their waste before delivering it to our recycling facility! Thank you for your valuable intentions towards environment protection! Be many like Besançon School-Baabdath Students! A post shared by Biclean (@biclean_bickfaya) on Sep 27, 2019 at 2:51am PDT While the “You Stink” campaign gained a lot of followers and attention a while back, the government still failed to make a real change. The people decided that they were on their own, as always, and they needed to take matters into their own hands. That’s what they have been doing for the past couple of years. View this post on Instagram We're glad to collect the plastic bags to recycle them#zabbougha,Kfareab,Baskinta ,Ain El Abou ,wadi el Karm @Biclean A post shared by Biclean (@biclean_bickfaya) on Aug 20, 2019 at 8:33am PDT With the motto Small Steps, Big Difference, Bi Clean has been encouraging and empowering others to join the initiative. Though the bins do the major part of sorting, Bi Clean does a deeper sorting. All the waste is spread and categorized to be prepared for recycling. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Biclean (@biclean_bickfaya) on Jan 28, 2018 at 2:19pm PST Plastic, paper, and aluminum are compressed into blocks and sold to recycling plants. Glass is crushed and sent to construction plants to be used instead of beach sand. Finally, organic waste is treated and turned into a liquid fertilizer to prevent its spread on Lebanese streets. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Biclean (@biclean_bickfaya) on Jan 28, 2018 at 2:20pm PST This town shows that every town in Lebanon can do the same, and, together, solve the national crisis.