This followed after Diamante introduced a certain technology which he said is Japan made, which could be the solution of the mentioned problem, as plastics would no longer be considered trash after it undergoes a number of process using their presented machinery.
The said technology can convert plastic to oil which in turn can be used to run the equipment.
Aside from this, the oil produced through the process can also be used in vehicles.
Moreover the machinery’s refinery automatically separates gasoline from diesel and kerosene therefore can be used in any other machines.
However the town council finds it very expensive as the technology costs Php 142, 000,000 per set.
In line with this, although the councilmen are interested, the local government of Malay has no available fund for this, they are however hoping that in the future or even in the next three years the LGU will be able to acquire it, as this will be a solution to the waste plastic dilemma especially in the island of Boracay.