Namche Bazar (Nepal), May 27 (EFE/EPA) – (Camera: Narendra Shrestha). A total of 10,000 kilograms of trash and four dead bodies were recovered in May from Mount Everest during a massive cleaning campaign organized by Nepal's Tourism Department.The collected trash will be sent to Kathmandu in order to be recycled. The mighty Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, last week witnessed record footfalls that caused a jam on its slope, according to a Nepali government official. More than 200 climbers reached the summit on May 22, making it the largest single-day ascent of Everest. SHOT LIST: TRASH RECOEVRED FORM MOUNT EVEREST IS COLLECTED IN NAMCHE BAZAR, NEPAL.