The Southern village will be the first to test out Jamil Rima’s Rapid Pulse Carbonization device, which can transform solid waste into carbon and is considered a “clean alternative to burying garbage and large-scale waste burning”. Ain Ebel are hoping to become a model for environmentally friendly waste management thanks to this invention. [DailyStar]

If you haven’t heard of Rima’s invention, check out my previous post on it. Let’s hope it works out and other villages will make use of it.