The blaze started at around 1.40 pm on Sunday and since then the fire brigade has been struggling to douse it off completely, said officials of the disaster control unit of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai.
Eight fire engines and 10 water tankers are stationed at the spot.
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The fire became strong at around 8.30 pm on Sunday night.
Meanwhile, the blaze which erupted on Saturday at Mulund (E) dumping ground, was put out at around 12.30 pm on Sunday, fire brigade officials said.