This is their only landfill and it's almost full.
The rest of the country, Bev says, is "all mountains and valleys with no flat land ... up and down Himalayan geography."
Bev reports that they are getting a composting plant up and running and that up to 80% of their waste is compostible organics (food and paper).
As this picture illustrates, "the wonderful thing about Bhutan is that they have NO hazardous waste and they have a VERY LOW consuming society."
I suggested that she advise the Prime Minister to buy a baler and bury what's left (mostly flimsy plastic packaging) in tight bales that don't take up much space. Come to think of it, that's a pretty good plan for Metro Vancouver too!