Remember all of those protesters concerned about the environment? Not so much..

CANNON BALL, ND - DECEMBER 03:  Hawk Laughing, a Mohawk originally from northern New York, helps to build a tipi at Oceti Sakowin Camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 3, 2016 outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Native Americans and activists from around the country have been gathering at the camp for several months trying to halt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The proposed 1,172-mile-long pipeline would transport oil from the North Dakota Bakken region through South Dakota, Iowa and into Illinois.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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The Standing Rock protests claimed to be against the Dakota Access Pipeline because they feared its’ environmental impact. Protesters said the pipeline would contaminate the Missouri River. Now there’s another problem, the garbage left behind by the activists. 

According to The Washington Times:

“Those involved in the clean-up effort, led by the Standing Rock Sioux, say it could take weeks for private sanitation. companies and volunteers to clear the expanse of abandoned tents, teepees, sleeping bags, blankets, canned food, supplies and just plain garbage littering the Oceti Sakowin camp.”

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