Indonesia faces waste management crisis

Jakarta is one of the world's largest megacities, and its growing middle class is producing more and more rubbish.

There are not enough rubbish trucks, or enough space to dump the waste.

The Indonesian government says the country is now facing a waste management crisis.

The BBC's Rebecca Henschke follows the trail of trash and finds the companies trying to make a difference.

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