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France illegal waste dumps: 80,000 tonnes of trash dumped in the countryside in 2020


In 2020, at least 80,000 tonnes of waste were dumped in the French countryside. In an attempt to combat this problem, the citizens collective "the ecologist brigade" set out to scour the illegal dumps of the Greater Paris area, looking for clues as to who might be responsible for this waste.

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