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As in most places, garbage in Turkey is usually taken to a dump and left to rot for many decades. Organic waste in particular gives off great quantities of methane into the atmosphere, where it affects the climate. A cutting-edge facility in Adana, Turkey, collects the gas and burns it to generate electric power. It protects the environment and makes money, too. The modern technique of dry rather than wet fermentation result in a far more efficient plant. The regional government and people of Adana are all sold on the project. They know, when they toss out a banana skin, it will come back to light their homes.