It is important to note that the facility is really less about generating sustainable energy and more about finding a solution to address the mounting waste problem in the country, and it’s set to be just one of the 300 plants that the government will be building over the next three years. . . . Granted it’s not the most ideal solution, given that it will produce a lot of CO2 in the process, but considering that it will convert at least a third of the trash into electricity, it will help manage the country’s rapidly overflowing landfills and illegal dumps.