How Waste Is Dealt With On The World’s Largest Cruise Ship

The 6,600 passengers on board the world’s largest cruise ship produce a lot of trash. We went inside the secret, crew-only deck of Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas to see how crews process millions of pounds of water, food, and dry waste each year.

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How Waste Is Dealt With On The World’s Largest Cruise Ship

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