A proposal to turn an abandoned mine in the New South Wales Riverina region into a garbage dump is dividing the local community.
Farmers around the Ardlethan tin mine said they had major concerns about the plan to bring millions of tonnes of Sydney's waste into the region.
However, supporters said the dump could bring jobs and money to a tiny town, which relies heavily on agriculture.
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Proposal includes moving the product from Sydney to the mine site by rail.