Bekasi, South East Asia's largest trash dump, is the destination for most of Jakarta's rubbish. It is also home to over 4,000 men, women, and children, who scavenge through its masses looking to collect scrap plastics and metals to make a living. Pulling in only $.50 a day, these people are a prime example of poverty in Indonesia.

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