There are 100 days to go until the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
The Games begin on February 7th.
As the opening ceremonies get closer, there are worries that the city is not ready.
Workers are scrambling, working around the clock to get facilities ready in time.
Officials in Russia have promised that the Sochi Olympics would produce a net result of 'zero waste' but it appears that authorities might not make good on that pledge.
The Associated Press reports a Russian state-owned rail company is dumping tons of construction waste into an illegal landfill.
Things such as spray cans, tires, foam sheets and a steady stream of trucks pulled up to the edge of this giant hole and dump concrete slabs. Other trucks then pile clay on top of it in an effort to hide the dump.
That has raised fresh concern of possible contamination in the water that supplies the Black Sea resort, the site of the opening ceremony.
The landfill is operated by state-owned Russian Railways and sits in a water protection zone where dumping industrial waste is banned.
(with files from The Associated Press)