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Garbage Mountain Piled up as High as 9-story Building
   2014-08-09 17:11:29    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Liu

Photo taken on August 7, 2014 shows a 30 metres high garbage mountain at the crossroad of Huanghe avenue and Zhufeng street of Shijiazhuang, central China's Hebei province. The garbage mountain has been piled up as high as a 9-story Building in the last 30 years. The local village committee now is dealing with these wastes. [Photo: Chinanews.com]


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