- Sewer workers in India and Pakistan risk their lives to clean pipes filled with toxic waste.
- Workers say they are stuck in these jobs partly because they are Dalit, the lowest level in the Hindu caste system.
- Research has shown that 80% of Indian sewer workers die before the age of 60 because of health problems.
In India and Pakistan, people dive deep into sewers filled with toxic waste to unclog pipes. Many workers say they are stuck in these jobs because of caste-based discrimination.