Talk:Deonar dumping ground
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One of the oldest and largest dumping ground in Mumbai or India?
- "Deonar is the country’s first and largest dumping ground and was set up in 1927" (2008)
- "Deonar dumping ground is one of the oldest and biggest dumping grounds in the city." (2011)
- "The Deonar dumping ground, located in the eastern suburbs, is one of the oldest and the largest refuse sites in the city." (2011; most reliable source)
There should be more references so that we can conclude its status.--Zoupan 15:09, 24 March 2012 (UTC)
- A few months from now, the foul-smelling Deonar, where the country’s largest and oldest dumping ground is located, will close its gates to the city’s garbage.
- India's largest dumping ground, Deonar, in the heart of Mumbai's eastern suburbs spread across 132 hectares.: Claims largest, but doesn't specifies oldest.
- Deonar is the country’s first and largest dumping ground and was set up in 1927
- The Deonar dumping ground that was built in 1927 is the oldest and the biggest one in Asia