Inside Edition
Inside Edition 7 Jan 2021

Enormous 'Garbage Island' Clogs River


Huge islands of garbage are causing trouble in the Balkans. Floating bodies of trash are piling up at dams in the region, and may even damage the power plants that operate there. On top of just being gross, environmental experts say all that trash threatens communities it passes through. They say it ends up in landfills that can catch fire and also leak toxic chemicals back into the waterways. One local said, "This is an ecological disaster, and it must not go on like this."

Recent heavy rainfall and flooding have caused rubbish and debris to be carried into Bulgaria's waterways.
A giant mass of rubbish that clogged a dam has finally been cleaned up in Bulgaria. Nearly 600 tonnes of garbage and debris were removed from the Iskar river near the capital Sofia.
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