First day of Rock in Rio Generates 34 Tons of Garbage

Of this total, 31 tons were removed from the interior of the City of Rock and the rest in the external area of the event site. More than 1,100 professionals will work on cleaning the event. 100,000 visitors a day are expected in the event.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A balance made by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), a state-owned company linked to the city of Rio de Janeiro, shows that 34 tons of garbage were collected on the first day of the Rock in Rio festival . . .

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