By Christopher Chisi
The Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA) has revealed that some investors have expressed interest in setting up a firm that will start converting solid at the Lusaka’s Chunga dumpsite to renewable sources of energy.
And ZEMA Senior Inspector, Webby Simwayi says solid waste must be perceived a valuable resource that is key towards providing alternative sources of energy.
He stresses the need to take advantage of the garbage at the dump site by investing in alternative sources of energy.
He has told 5fm news that Zambia can emulate developed countries such as turkey, which have been using solid wastes to generate electricity.