Canadian garbage on Philippine soil to be turned into pure energy

Some trash talk — specifically referring to the 1500 tons of Canadian garbage that was illegally dumped in the Philippines six years ago.

The heaps and heaps of trash are finally en route back to Canada, after the issue caused diplomatic tension between the two countries.

But what happens when it arrives on Canadian soil?

Upon arrival at the Port of Vancouver, the garbage will be brought to this facility, and pushed to an incinerator where it will be processed at 1200 degrees Centigrade.

The garbage that brought diplomatic tension between two countries will now be turned into energy.

Marieton Pacheco reports.

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  • Tiago Del Mundo
    25 June 2019 at 2:35 am - Reply

    Wow! I guess Emmett Lathrop “Doc” Brown drove to Canada, did a quick stop waiting for the commercial cargo ship loaded with trash, get some thrash fuel, then continue to China and get some more fuel, etc…