James Helmer (Flickr id) writes:
"STEUNG MEANCHEY, CAMBODIA. A refuse worker strolls across a mountain of garbage on his way to a recycling plant in the background. © james helmer"
It's interesting to think about what happens to our rubbish in the west. Much of our landfill is exported, where it is then trawled and recycled. I wonder how long it will be before our full landfill sites cease being 'contaminated land' and start to become 'mineral deposits'?
This is a trend that we covered in a previous post (see post).