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PostEndho Explained (Brian Blodgett, USA, 02/17/19 6:55 am)
To answer Gary Moore's question, could Endhó just be the name of a village without any other meaning?
"Tracking the flow of sewage, we drive to the countryside village of Endhó, where the stench is nauseatingly strong. Here the effluent is churned by a weir, which makes the chemicals and waste bubble up into little icebergs of white foam. 'Endhó is the toilet of Mexico City. It's the most polluted place on the planet,' Juárez proclaims. 'What you see here is a monument to corruption, cynicism, immorality and incompetence.'" (Watts, 2015), p. 3).
Watts, J. (2015). Mexico City's water crisis--from source to sewer." Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2015/nov/12/mexico-city-water-crisis-source-sewer
JE comments: Or how about the unpronounceable Hñähñu? Gary Moore (next) explains.