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  • noun Plural form of dumpsite.

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Examples

  • I witnessed the devastating effects on many of the children I met there who had been trafficked to the cities to work on toxic dumpsites in Quito and Guayaquil, in the Bella Rico mines, and as sex workers in Quito.

    Trudie Styler: On Human Trafficking: The Whistleblower

  • I witnessed the devastating effects on many of the children I met there who had been trafficked to the cities to work on toxic dumpsites in Quito and Guayaquil, in the Bella Rico mines, and as sex workers in Quito.

    Trudie Styler: On Human Trafficking: The Whistleblower

  • I witnessed the devastating effects on many of the children I met there who had been trafficked to the cities to work on toxic dumpsites in Quito and Guayaquil, in the Bella Rico mines, and as sex workers in Quito.

    Trudie Styler: On Human Trafficking: The Whistleblower

  • I witnessed the devastating effects on many of the children I met there who had been trafficked to the cities to work on toxic dumpsites in Quito and Guayaquil, in the Bella Rico mines, and as sex workers in Quito.

    Trudie Styler: On Human Trafficking: The Whistleblower

  • Army Corps of Engineers and others concluded it would take at least six more dumpsites and several new roads dedicated to moving rubble to get rid of all debris in one year.

    A year after quake, so much undone in Haiti

  • I witnessed the devastating effects on many of the children I met there who had been trafficked to the cities to work on toxic dumpsites in Quito and Guayaquil, in the Bella Rico mines, and as sex workers in Quito.

    Trudie Styler: On Human Trafficking: The Whistleblower

  • It was impossible to deny that the bulk of the issues that major environmental groups addressed—whales, forests, baby seals—utterly ignored the thousands of people living in the shadows of gigantic polluting industrial facilities and dumpsites.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • Kari: but they were just image dumpsites: some with captions and some without, but no organization.

    APAture Live

  • It was impossible to deny that the bulk of the issues that major environmental groups addressed—whales, forests, baby seals—utterly ignored the thousands of people living in the shadows of gigantic polluting industrial facilities and dumpsites.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The residual 20% is transported at their own expense to the government dumpsites.

    Diana Mao: Finding Parallels Between New York City and Mokattam, a Garbage Village in Cairo

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