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IMMIGRATION-USA-MEXICO/TRASH
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January 28, 2012
Volunteer Dave Chichester collects trash during a community effort to clean-up illegal dumping sites...
RIO RICO, UNITED STATES
Volunteer Mary Wehner collects trash along the Santa Cruz River in Rio Rico
Volunteer Dave Chichester collects trash during a community effort to clean-up illegal dumping sites along the Santa Cruz River near the border with Mexico in Rio Rico, Arizona, January 28, 2012. The number of illegal immigrants arrested crossing the U.S. border from Mexico is at its lowest in 40 years. But those still making the trek are pushing through ever more remote areas to avoid increased vigilance and are leaving a gnarly environmental problem in their wake. Trash. The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality estimates border crossers dump 2,000 tons of trash each year. REUTERS/Krista Niles (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
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