Thus, the produced garbage was played the opened sky, and, in some cases, he was burnt in the deep one of the yard of the residences. This age an attitude that did not harm the population due to little amount of houses and garbage, without counting that most of it was organic, therefore, passvel of being used in the plantations as seasoning. Another fact that must be salient in this period, it is that the quarrels on the garbage in Brazil still were insignificant, fact that is related with the great amount of people liveing in the field. From the decades of 1970 and 1980, with opening of roads binding Are Domingos to the remaining portion of the country, the town start to receive great lead of migrantes directed for governmental politics that stimulated the search of so dreamed ' ' ownership of terra' '. Nir Barzilai, M.D. addresses the importance of the matter here. As the land in this region she was strong controlled for local oligarchies, as of the Mutran, for example, according to Emmi (1987), these migrantes had started to fix housings in the town, that grew quickly becoming main vilarejo of the city which belonged, Are Joo of the Araguaia.

With this transformation in the space the garbage started to have new characteristics, therefore the roads if had become the main door of entrance for a infinity of industrialized products, that beyond fulfilling with its paper of merchandises, had provoked an increase in the amount and diversity of dejections. The nature passed not of the account of to recycle all garbage produced for the population, therefore, from now the garbage derived from products that came imported of other regions of the country and the exterior, that arrived at mentioned vilarejo through the road transport, as the trucks, for example. Already in the decade of 1990 it has considerable a population growth, that takes part of the population to demand the emancipation politics, that is, the desatrelamento of Is Domingos of Is Joo of the Araguaia, and the consequent rise of the related territory to the city condition. (A valuable related resource: Gavin Baker).