Could you please have a look at the following sentences, find possible mistakes and correct them and propose better solutions?

There is a huge pile of garbage in the picture.

There is a damp site in the picture.

There are tons of rubbish in the picture.

This subjects concerns the environment protection or the protection of the environment or the environment's protection.?

Thanks in advance

layla
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layla1234
There is a huge pile of garbage in the picture. OK.

There is a damp site in the picture. I do not understand what you mean here.

There are tons of rubbish in the picture. OK.

This subject concerns environment protection or the protection of the environment.

layla

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How to say it in English..

I mean a place where your rubbish is kept after you throw it away
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layla1234How to say it in English..
I mean a place where your rubbish is kept after you throw it away.
Hi,

A trash can (especially AmE) or rubbish bin (especially BrE).

Regards
No, I don;t mean something else, where there are tons of rubbish after you throw it away,
Not a container but a place where rubbish is kept and there are tons of rubbish there
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I think this is what was intended:

There is a dump site in the picture.
layla1234Not a container but a place where rubbish is kept and there are tons of rubbish there.
Hi,

Got it. A garbage (or waste) dump (especially AmE) or rubbish dump (especially BrE).

Regards
Thanks for the answers.

I always wondered whether the word 'depot' is used in other parts of world to mention a dumping site.

An interesting bit:
In Pune, there used to be some sites designated for the dumping. However, to allow the exanding city more residential space, one of the sites made its way to be used as the residential area. The original name 'kachara depo' slowly converted to 'Kothrud depo'.

Here,

Kachara means garbage in the local language Marathi (and in Hindi as well),

Kothrud is a general noun named after the nearby locality
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