The slums of Mumbai: A model of urban sustainability?
"Cramped huts line narrow, dirty lanes, and the stench from open sewers and towers of garbage is all around. Welcome to Dharavi, one of the largest slums in the world. But beneath its destitute appearance, Dharavi is the recycling superhub of Mumbai, where an informal industry has grown to process and re-use waste generated by the city’s 21 million inhabitants."

The slums of Mumbai: A model of urban sustainability?

"Cramped huts line narrow, dirty lanes, and the stench from open sewers and towers of garbage is all around. Welcome to Dharavi, one of the largest slums in the world. But beneath its destitute appearance, Dharavi is the recycling superhub of Mumbai, where an informal industry has grown to process and re-use waste generated by the city’s 21 million inhabitants."

The slums of Mumbai: A model of urban sustainability?
"Cramped huts line narrow, dirty lanes, and the stench from open sewers and towers of garbage is all around. Welcome to Dharavi, one of the largest slums in the world. But beneath its destitute appearance, Dharavi is the recycling superhub of Mumbai, where an informal industry has grown to process and re-use waste generated by the city’s 21 million inhabitants."

The slums of Mumbai: A model of urban sustainability?

"Cramped huts line narrow, dirty lanes, and the stench from open sewers and towers of garbage is all around. Welcome to Dharavi, one of the largest slums in the world. But beneath its destitute appearance, Dharavi is the recycling superhub of Mumbai, where an informal industry has grown to process and re-use waste generated by the city’s 21 million inhabitants."

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