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The Millennium City is the first prototype urban development master plan for a futuristic city in Luzon to be powered by waste-to-energy technologies. The future …

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18 comments

RQ entrep 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

44 hectares of land use?

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RQ entrep 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

I might not be alive when this project will begin or finish.

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ILoveTop 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

I am excited 🙂
Cities around the world will have ecofriendly cities, full of greens 🙂

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Pedro Valdez 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Ping Lacson: Let's Make Philippines great again!
People in 2050: We're now gold

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Robert Berke 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Simply awesome

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Robert Simpson 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

This seems like a great idea in theory, the problem I see is that the systems they put in place… there's no clear explanation. There's a lot of moving parts but, no way to explain how they work or how it benefits the environment or the community. How does the waste treatment plant convert the waste into energy? How can the make it sustainable with all the moving parts and maintenance? There were a lot of moving parts, those motors and moving parts take energy which also reduces the amount of output from the waste. The scale of the buildings and the size of everything looks like you will still need extreme amounts of power to sustain this lifestyle and standard of living which does not seem viable, just from the lights and air conditioning you would consume possibly up to half your energy and what happens when a storm comes and rips apart the windmills? what happens when your solar is clouded and you don't get enough input to offset? what happens when recycling takes up most of your waste and you cant get enough trash waste? Also what are you going to do with the trash, burn it and add to more carbon emissions? unless you have some secret in your waste to energy production. Nice video but it seems more like it was designed to impress architectural engineers and video designers instead of actually showing how the city would be converting waste to energy. The focus went off topic very fast and the title should be, "Futuristic city of the Philippines." and that's it, because very little went into the thought of waste to energy except 45 seconds of the 7 minutes.

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Bert de Jesus 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Nice dream…. dreaming is free anyways. Good luck.

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Little Sir Adin 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

When I already reach my highest degree and work for 5 years I will invest to this project

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Butch Bisquera 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Why trash? How about advance nuclear power technology?

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ABELARDO ASISTIDO 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

for dreams must die, it dies with the corruption of the philippine government.

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S T 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Curious what program was used to build this city in?

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NO IN ACTION 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

I would be happy to die if I will have part with this enormous futuristic project.

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Damndex TwEnty 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Shit! this is insane, if only i am a Trillionaire, i'll make this thing a reality.

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sylvie metal 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

belle vidéo du future

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Angillo Martin 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Is that Biringan.

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Jacob Miguel Panol 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

wait……

M Y L I F E H A S B E E N A L I E

i my country (philipines) was full of poor people ;-;

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Federal Republic of the Philippines 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

This is not true

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Laeyen Mashkl 26/09/2021 - 7:31 Sáng

Vachirukiah

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