Today we went to Waimanalo Gulch located in Kapolei. We learned that most of their waste is burned and given to H- Power to create electricity for the island. Waimanalo Gulch was established in 1980. When we took our tour around the area, we didn't expect it to be like that because it wasn't dirty like other landfills we know or think of. For our second stop, we went to PVT land company, there we learned that more than $3.5 million has been spent on dust mitigation projects alone including extensive landscaping with plants. The PVT recycling system is able to process up to 900 tons of feedstock per day. They are responsible for taking care of the construction waste.