A day spent at dumpyard when ever I feel why did I start Switcheko i visit a site this helps me believe I was right to do so.It was a hot and muggy day when I arrived at the dumpyard. The smell of garbage doesn’t effect me any more.I made my way through the piles of trash, carefully avoiding the rusting metal and broken glass that littered the ground.
As I walked deeper into the dumpyard, I saw a group of people picking through the garbage, searching for recyclables and anything else of value. Some of them wore masks and gloves,the same which I gave 6 months back I feel bad for my self while others had nothing to protect themselves from the filth. I watched as they sorted through the piles of trash, pulling out cardboard, plastic bottles, and other items that could be sold for a small profit.Despite the heat and the stench, I found myself drawn to the activity at the dumpyard. There was something about the resilience of the people who worked there, the way they eked out a living from the scraps of society. I spent the rest of the day watching and learning, amazed by their resourcefulness and determination.
As the sun began to set and the day came to an end, I left the dumpyard with a newfound appreciation for the people who lived and worked there. It was a hard and dirty job, but they did it with pride and determination, making the best of their circumstances. I left the dumpyard with a newfound respect for those who toiled in the shadows, often overlooked and forgotten by the rest of society.It was an inspiring sight to see so many people come together to make a positive impact on our environment. We removed tons of trash and debris from the dumpyard, preventing harmful pollutants from entering our water and soil.
We want to extend a special thank you to all of the volunteers who participated in this event. Your hard work and dedication are truly appreciated, and we couldn’t have done it without you.Let’s continue to work together to keep our community clean, healthy, and sustainable. Stay tuned for future events and opportunities to make a difference.