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DHAKA, BANGLADESH - JANUARY 2017: The once mighty Buriganga river, which flows by Dhaka, is now one of the most polluted rivers in Bangladesh because of rampant dumping of industrial and human waste, January, 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh. A RIVER in Bangladesh is one of the world’s most polluted due to the dumping of industrial and human waste.Most of the riverbed of the Buriganga River in Dhaka has been lost due to encroachment. The Saderghat terminal is one of the largest river ports in the world and presently it suffers from factory and municipal waste dumped through the drains. , Image: 315649233, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Barcroft Media
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Najzagađenija rijeka na svijetu

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    • Jutarnji.hr

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  • 11.05.2018. u 11:08

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DHAKA, BANGLADESH - JANUARY 2017: The river flows by the capital Dhaka, a city of 12 million people, which largely depends on the Buriganga's water for drinking, fishing and carrying merchandise, January, 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh. A RIVER in Bangladesh is one of the world’s most polluted due to the dumping of industrial and human waste.Most of the riverbed of the Buriganga River in Dhaka has been lost due to encroachment. The Saderghat terminal is one of the largest river ports in the world and presently it suffers from factory and municipal waste dumped through the drains. , Image: 315649201, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Barcroft Media
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  • Rijeka Burganga u Bangladešu jedna je od najzagađenijih rijeka na svijeta u koju se svakodnevno bacaju velike količine tehnološkog i humanog otpada.

April 7, 2014 - Dhaka, Bangladesh - A street boy searching eatable watermelons from the polluted and filthy Buriganga River. Bumper production of watermelon in Bangladesh this season. Experts have said that the good quality watermelons were a bumper harvest this year owing to favoring weather and improved farming., Image: 189845899, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: * France Rights OUT *, Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Zuma Press - News
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Nov 25, 2013 - Dhaka, Bangladesh - The Buriganga river is economically very important to Dhaka. The chemical waste of mills and factories, household waste, medical waste, sewage, dead animals, plastics, and oil are some of the Buriganga's pollutants. The city of Dhaka discharges about 4,500 tons of solid waste every day and most of it is released into the Buriganga. Nearly 4.0 million people of the city are exposed to the consequences of water pollution every day. The most pollution creating industries of Bangladesh are tanning industries concentrated mainly in Hazaribagh area in the south-western part of Dhaka with about 170 tannery units., Image: 206972677, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Zuma Press - News
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March 21, 2018 - Dhaka, Bangladesh - Polluted Buriganga river in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on March 21, 2018. World Water Day is observed on March 22 and focuses on the importance of universal access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene facilities., Image: 366564880, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: * France Rights OUT *, Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Zuma Press - News
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Nov 25, 2013 - Dhaka, Bangladesh - The Buriganga river is economically very important to Dhaka. The chemical waste of mills and factories, household waste, medical waste, sewage, dead animals, plastics, and oil are some of the Buriganga's pollutants. The city of Dhaka discharges about 4,500 tons of solid waste every day and most of it is released into the Buriganga. Nearly 4.0 million people of the city are exposed to the consequences of water pollution every day. The most pollution creating industries of Bangladesh are tanning industries concentrated mainly in Hazaribagh area in the south-western part of Dhaka with about 170 tannery units., Image: 206973320, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Zuma Press - News
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DHAKA, BANGLADESH - NOVEMBER 2014: A young girl grasps a fresh cauliflower in hand amongst the piles of rubbish polluting the Buriganga river in Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 2014. Witness the harsh conditions endured by factory workers in one of the most polluted cities in the world. Travel and documentary photographer Pascal Mannaerts travelled to Dhaka, Bangladesh to explore the Hazaribagh area, which houses a vast amount of leather factories and is also one of the most polluted areas in Dhaka. Following the tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza building in 2013, which killed 1,129 people, Pascal was confronted with the levels of danger faced by factory workers everyday and decided that he had to see it firsthand., Image: 303031692, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Barcroft Media
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Kids gather plastic containers that dirty waterways at Buriganga in Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 6, 2017., Image: 335805647, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: *** World Rights ***, Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, SIPA USA
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Men wash clothes in the poisonous, most unhygienic conditions imaginable, in the filthy waters of the Buriganga. Most of these clothes are for hospital dress, children clothes and to be sold, Image: 160100630, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Alamy
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