Today, the Citarum is in crisis, choked by the domestic waste of nine million people and thick with the cast-off from hundreds of factories.
So dense is the carpet of refuse that the tiny wooden fishing craft which float through it are the only clue to the presence of water.
The river is choked by the domestic waste of nine million people and the more than 500 factories lining its banks. The 200-mile river is the receiving end of industrial waste and chemicals, along with all the other kinds of human detritus from the factories and the people who work there.
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