182,000 Indians clean sewers largely by hand. These robots could help.

Popular Science | 9/23/2019 | Staff
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Vijay Dalvi, a Mumbai-based activist who advocates for the welfare of sanitation workers, feels that the advancement of technology is already belated, and that the Indian government must first acknowledge the existing victims of the profession. “In the past three years, 265 manual scavengers have died in Mumbai alone —either on the job, or...
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