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  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231487.jpg
    Amadou, a Guinean has been working for 17 years in La discharge de Mbeubeuss. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231488.jpg
    A waste picker observes dump trucks in the Mbeubeuss waste mountains. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231489.jpg
    a cart in the Mbeubeuss waste mountains. Since the Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231490.jpg
    In forty years of existence, the wild dump has even created a real parallel economy: more than 3,000 people work there, looking for plastic and scrap. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231491.jpg
    The Mbeubeuss landfill is open to the sky in the Dakar region. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231492.jpg
    Young people await the next arrival of dump trucks at the Mbeubeuss landfill. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231493.jpg
    a man in a cart crosses the cloud of dust from dump trucks. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231494.jpg
    A child sorts the waste recovered from the Mbeubeuss landfill. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231495.jpg
    A young man in a cart walks past a waste of soda cans gathered by the side of the road. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231496.jpg
    Young people sort plastic cans, wire, glass bottles, tire carcasses, weaving, wigs. They seize everything that can be sold. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231497.jpg
    The Mbeubeuss landfill is one of the largest in West Africa, which concentrates waste from the Dakar region and where around 3,000 waste pickers are working. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
  • The Mbeubeuss landfill
    Senegal
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0231498.jpg
    Waste pickers place the cans under the crawler loaders to crush them. Since Covid-19, the Mbeubeuss landfill has been idling. Sales of plastics or recovered waste are rare. The fault in the export or the china lowers the prices of these transactions with the recuperators. More than 2,000 tonnes of waste land on this open-air site every day. The garbage is simply compacted and undergoes no treatment there. Regularly, fires spread thick black smoke.
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