Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle Tuesday dedicated the third and final boiler of a $302 million project designed to help the city to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels by creating energy from trash.

The expansion at the Honolulu Program of Waste to Energy Recovery, or H-POWER, which broke ground on Dec. 21, 2009, added another boiler capable of burning 300,000 tons of mass per year, according to a release.

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