National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University


Visit Bali Landfill


Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. - Malcolm X
It was my first time visiting an incineration facility, and I must say it was an eye-opening experience. I was initially hesitant about visiting such a place, but it turned out to be a highly educational visit. First and foremost, I was impressed by the staff's professionalism and expertise. They were extremely knowledgeable about the entire process of waste incineration, from the initial collection and sorting of waste to the safe disposal of the resulting ash. They were also very approachable and patient in answering all visitors' questions, which made the experience even more enriching.
One aspect that struck me was the emphasis on environmental sustainability and the greenhouse. The facility was equipped with state-of-the-art technologies designed to minimize waste incineration's environmental impact. From advanced air pollution control systems to energy recovery mechanisms, it was evident that every effort was being made to reduce emissions and maximize resource efficiency. This commitment to sustainable practices gave me confidence that waste management was being taken seriously. Furthermore, witnessing the sheer scale and efficiency of the incineration process was truly impressive. The facility was capable of handling a significant volume of waste and converting it into energy, contributing to the overall reduction of landfill waste. It was fascinating to see how modern incinerators have evolved to utilize waste as a valuable resource rather than simply disposing of it.
Overall, my visit to the incineration facility left me with a deeper understanding of the complexities involved in waste management. I also learned the importance of responsible disposal. It also highlighted the potential of incineration as an integral part of a comprehensive waste management strategy, alongside recycling and other sustainable practices.
I would highly recommend visiting an incineration facility to anyone interested in gaining insights into waste management and environmental stewardship. It is an opportunity to dispel misconceptions, learn about innovative technologies, and appreciate the efforts being made to create a cleaner and more sustainable future.
-From our first-year PhD. Student, Getnet Mastewal Endeshaw from Ethiopia 🇪🇹