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Sri Lankan President Observes Modern Waste Management during State Visit to Japan

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Published: 05:18 GMT, Mar 15, 2018 |
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Maithiripala Sirisena, the President of Sri Lanka made an observation tour of modern waste management center in shinagawa, during his state visit to Japan.

The city of Tokyo over 9.3 million people produces 11,000 metric tonnes of waste daily and there are 23 centers for the purpose of waste management. The waste management center located in Shinagawa, which is visited by the President, processes 600 metric tonnes of waste daily.

These activities are being carried out environmental friendly manner utilizing the modern technology, President’s office said in a statement.

One specialty here is to convert the heat into electrical energy which is a byproduct of the waste management process. While the entire center is run by the electricity generated from waste, the remaining electrical energy is added to the national grid.

President Sirisena said that he would inquire about such projects in order to solve the garbage disposal problem in Sri Lanka and would seek the possibility of obtaining assistance from Japan for such projects.

The chief of the waste management center explained details of the work conducted in the center to the President and the members the delegation.

Minister Nimal Siripala De Silva, Member of Parliament Ashu Marasinghe, and other members were present on this occasion.

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