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Joint Army expedition team of Nepal and India collects 4,010 Kg waste from Mt. Everest


KATHMANDU: If you think there is only snow in the Mount Everest, you may be wrong as there is pile of garbage due to weak monitoring of the government of Nepal.

The Nepal-India joint military expedition to Mt Everest has collected 4,010 kg garbage that was polluting the slopes of the world’s tallest peak.

The joint army team handed over 4,010 kg of garbage and trash that it collected from and below the South Col to the Mt Everest Pollution Control Committee in Namche of Solukhumbu district on Monday. The team had spent one and half months to collect the waste scattered in the world’s highest mountain and its base camp.

According to the NA, 2250 kg of the waste is biologically harmful. The joint military expedition had successfully climbed Mt Everest earlier this month is in the Everest region since early April. Some of the members of the expedition will stay in Everest region for some time to participate in the Everest Marathon

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