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  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384108/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120701

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384109/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120702

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384111/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120702

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384112/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120702

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384116/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120702

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    A scavengers sorts and collects plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384117/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120702

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384118/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120702

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384119/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120703

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavenger sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384120/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120703

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384121/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120703

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    A scavenger sorts and collects plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384107/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120706

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384110/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120706

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384113/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120706

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384114/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120706

  • Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
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    Scavengers at Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, Indonesia - 11 Sept 2019
    11/09/2019
    Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images//SIPA
    Scavengers sort and collect plastics for recycling at the garbage mountain in Bantar Gebang landfill that is considered to be the world’s largest dump.
    Jakarta’s Bantar Gebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST Bantar Gebang) was established in 1985. On average, 7,000 tons of waste are dumped annually at the landfill, which is expected to exceed its limit in 2021. (Photo by Agung Fatma Putra / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27384115/Agung Fatma Putra/1909120706