Junk Yards in China

According to the British «The Guardian», air pollution in China resembles a nuclear winter. One of the most powerful pollutants in the most populous country in the world – the machine. Scattered throughout China Car junk yards where buried cars, trucks and motorcycles that do not meet the national emission standards.

Junk Yards in China

From time to time, Beijing is 20 times the maximum permissible concentration of pollutants in the air, according to the World Health Organization.

Junk-Yards-in-China-02Old machines that do not meet national standards for emissions are stored on dumps across the country.

Junk-Yards-in-China-03Mountain scooters and motorcycles.

Junk-Yards-in-China-04Emissions from motor vehicles in the Chinese capital account for 31.1% of the total pollution.

Junk-Yards-in-China-05A storehouse of spare parts. It dumps in the province of Anhui.

Junk-Yards-in-China-06Dumps in the province of Hunan. The number of vehicles often defies even exemplary calculation.

Junk-Yards-in-China-07Dumps in the province of Zhejiang.

Junk-Yards-in-China-08Orderly rows are unfit to drive motor in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. For environmental reasons.

Junk-Yards-in-China-09Dumps in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.

Junk-Yards-in-China-10Junk-Yards-in-China-11Sometimes Chinese dumps organize ostentatious destruction of older vehicles that do not meet environmental standards. Hunan Province.

Junk-Yards-in-China-12And that is not to haul dumps suit right in town. Hangzhou, Zhejiang.

Junk Yards in ChinaSource — Loveopium


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