Closure Of Delhi's Ghazipur Landfill Leave Many Ragpickers Without Any Livelihood
PUBLISHED ON: September 21, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 18 sec
The 50 meter high Ghazipur landfill has been the primary source of livelihood for over 2,000 waste-pickers responsible for segregating nearly 25% of the garbage coming to this dump. With no government plans of rehabilitation for them, the closure of this landfill has left them with an uncertain future. Watch our special report on how Delhi's mountain of trash has become a killing trap for its waste-pickers.