Cleanup crews have removed 48 million pounds of trash so far from the largest Dakota Access oil pipeline protest camp — and they’re not finished yet.
The North Dakota Department of Emergency Services
said Tuesday that a Florida-based contractor hired at a cost of $1
million to clear trash, waste and other debris from the Oceti Sakowin
camp has hauled 24,000 tons of garbage since protesters were evacuated
Thursday from the area.
Just how much do they care?
The department’s NDResponse page also posted a video showing bulldozers
hauling away abandoned vehicles and trailers, as well as workers
rounding up dozens of discarded propane tanks.
When you care enough to leave all your shit behind, I guess.
And remember, that's after The Standing Rock Sioux had been leading a cleanup effort for several
weeks before Trinity arrived at the site near Cannon Ball, North Dakota.