Garbage is one of the biggest problems that many world countries are facing right now. These garbage dumps are increasing day by day and stretching across patches that cross even oceans as well.
Some of the largest landfills in the world leave alarming statistics. One of the largest landfill is the great pacific garbage patch which spreads across 1, 72,973 acres of land on the Pacific Ocean.
The next largest landfill is in South Korea spreading across 4,942 acres known as the Sudokwon landfill. Another landfill is situated in New York in USA which spreads to 2,200 acres on the Staten Island and called Fresh Kills landfill. Another landfill has the same area as New York in Nevada known as the apex landfill.
Next landfill appears in the Brazilian city of Duque de Caxias known as the Jardim Gramacho spread on 1,400 acres. The next landfills is spread across 1,000 and 927 acres respectively and known as Johnson County landfill and Bordo Poniente.
Subsequent this there is a landfill in Los Angeles County in California spreading to 700 acres in all named as Puente hills landfill. The last two landfills are spread across 326 acres and 100 acres and popularly known as Deonar dumping ground and Olusosun landfill.