Daily life at Bordo de Xochiaca
Juan Jose poses for a portrait, he works as a trash recolector at The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on Friday, 10, feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
A Man throws a pine tree at The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on Friday, 10, feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Black waters go through the canal next  to an old warehouse used to store rail machines facilitating the transportation of recycled waste, to trucks. This place shouted down 5 years ago by the old administration of the dumpster, giving a bad use to the tools that provided easily solutions to the workers of the trash. The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
A Man runs after a trash truck at The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
New cars have landed this year instead of horses, The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Pickers talking at The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
A picker sees the flor to collect something to sell outside The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Jesus, a 15 years old youth works at The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Adaida pushes a sack full of 30 kilos of plastic bottles, paid at 1.50 dollars for the full bag outside The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
A Man walks with a liter of cola at one hand meanwhile he carries a sack at The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)Pickers on their way to collect some material grabs a waste truck at 
The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Couches and wheels are seen at the highway next to The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Old houses made of recicled waste from some pickers are spread over The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
A house of a picker with Mexican flags it's over The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
Black waters go through the canal next  to an old warehouse used to store rail machines facilitating the transportation of recycled waste, to trucks. This place shouted down 5 years ago by the old administration of the dumpster, giving a bad use to the tools that provided easily solutions to the workers of the trash. The dumpster "Bordo de Xochiaca" on feb, 2017. Around 800 people including children works recollecting trash at this place, being one of the most biggest dumps in latin america with arround 30 hectares of land. People works separating all kind of materials, having archaic equipment that slows their labor to collect recycled material for their own. (Emilio Espejel)
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