South Koreas largest garbage Hill caught fire for three months without putting out more than 170,000 tons of garbage

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 South Koreas largest garbage Hill caught fire for three months without putting out more than 170,000 tons of garbage


South Koreas largest garbage Hill burned for three months and the vegetable farmers were crying.

A garbage hill in Daoyi Chengjun, Gyeongsangbei, South Korea, has not been extinguished since a fire broke out in December 2018. This has caused untold suffering to the local residents. According to Korean media reports, there are more than 173,000 tons of rubbish piled up there. The government says 21,000 tons of waste will be removed this year, and how to deal with the rest remains unclear.

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