See: A shocking video reveals a terrifying amount of garbage accumulated in the Mount Everest camp

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See: A shocking video reveals a terrifying amount of garbage accumulated in the Mount Everest camp

It is our job to maintain an ecological balance wherever we travel, be it within or outside of India. We should never leave the environment dirty and strewn with waste and garbage. Mountaineers have a tremendous impact on Mount Everest and are responsible for its preservation and protection.

However, a video that has gone viral on social media shows a completely terrible scenario. Watch the viral video here.

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Video shows trash piling up at Mount Everest camp

When human beings do not forgive even Mount Everest to throw away their garbage and plastic pollution. Truly heartbreaking. #stopplasticpollution #Mount Everest #Everest video by @EverestToday pic.twitter.com/zuuorrkADF

— Supriya Sahu IAS (@supriyasahuias) May 29, 2023

Supriya Sahu, an IAS officer, posted a distressing video of rubbish and plastic debris dumped at a camp on Mount Everest. The video appears to have been taken by one of the mountaineers who described the location of the camp as “dirty”.

“When humans don’t stop even Mount Everest from spewing its trash and plastic pollution. Truly heartbreaking. #stopplasticpollution #MountEverest #everest video by @EverestToday,” reads the video’s caption.

The internet was quite upset to see

The Internet was outraged and upset after seeing the video. Witnesses described it as a “horrible spectacle”.

One man wrote: “This is all happening under the patronage of the Nepalese administration. Record of 463 expedition mountaineers in current season for Mount Everest Base Camp.”

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all this happening under the patronage of the administration of nepal. Registration of 463 expeditionary mountaineers in the current season for the base camp of Mount Everest.

– atul kumar rohatgi (@akrohatgi54) May 29, 2023

I don’t really find this adventurous at all. In the name of emotion, people do what they want. They want to continue for fresh air and surroundings and can’t even keep their own house clean.

—Kauzadi (@kauzadi) May 29, 2023

One lady added: “I really don’t find this adventurous at all. In the name of excitement, people do whatever they want. They want to get out and get some fresh air and surroundings and they can’t even keep their own house clean.”

Another man suggested: “I appreciate your efforts. At the same time, we have to put strict rules in place to minimize this. Otherwise, it will end in a lot of irreversible damage. Keep up the good work.”

We appreciate your efforts. At the same time, we have to implement strict rules to minimize this. Otherwise, it will end in great irreversible damage. Keep up the good work 👍

— J Dev (@j_prasannam) May 29, 2023

Another man added: “For one thing, compared to the sewage treatment plant in the Antarctic projects, this is not being dumped into the sea. It takes discipline with civic sense or fixing a severe penalty. For example, Singapore today compared to five decades or so ago.

On the one hand is this compared to the wastewater treatment plant in the Antarctic projects does not discharge into the sea. Discipline with a civic sense is needed or a strong sanction is corrected. For example, Singapore today compared to five decades or so ago 😎

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—Sunil Bhargava (@SUNILZ07) May 29, 2023

One man also noted: “The Nepalese government charges a king’s ransom for any climber who scales Mount Everest or other peaks. Base camp cleanup is included in this fee. The debris seen in these images has raised a huge problem for years, but the Nepalese government had turned a blind eye.

The Nepalese government charges a king’s ransom for any climber who scales Mount Everest or other peaks. Base camp cleaning is included in this fee. The debris seen in these images has posed a huge problem for years, but the Nepalese government had turned a blind eye.

— Ajoy Thipaiah (@AThipaiah) May 29, 2023

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