The coarse-bristled, dramatically curved broom is typical; so are the bags and sorted refuse hanging from the sides of the cart. In and around the villagelike center of Coyoacán, in southern Mexico City, carts such as this are a not uncommon sight. The men and women who push them hither and yon wear official-looking reflective vests with the letters CDMX (Ciudad de México) across the back. Recycling and repurposing trash pickings seems to be a perk that helps these workers scratch out a little extra coin.
Street sweeper's cart
San Gregorio, Coyoacán, Mexico City