Well in the context of Sri Lanka this sort of proactive behaviour is lacking enormously and thus the steps taken by Chairman Mohommad should be appreciated. As we're aware garbage disposal is a hot topic being discussed everywhere but without a viable solution. People from urban areas find it almost impossible to get rid of their garbage and when they try to do so the environment is polluted. In fact they'll also be fined. So we should be able to observe the Weligama project as a case study and apply it to other areas as well. It's pointless to talk about economic development by not addressing the issues affecting the environment.