How This Japanese Town Produces Almost No Trash

In this small town of Japan, the population takes it upon themselves to recycle the waste very seriously Aluminum cans, tin cans, spray cylinders, water bottles and covers Separating their waste into 34 categories Cardboard, Cardboard, Newspapers, Posters, Magazines Welcome to kamatsu in japan freestyle town Put the clean plastic in this bag Here we have a little oil residue from Giuse – a Japanese dish – Even hot water can not be removed Hatsui Katayama separates the hardness of its waste according to the strict system of fire in Kamatsu For plastic bottles we take covers and put them here It's really full At first, Kamekatsu was getting rid of the waste by burning But the parents noticed that this harms the environment, At the same time harm their health So the system was established Since the start of the program in 2003, 80% of the town's waste has been recycled, disassembled or reused The remainder goes to the landfill The goal for 2020 is to raise the ratio to 100% of the waste Here we put milk cans so, and in this way we take them to the origin Aluminum here, tin cylinders here, and glass bottles here Classification of waste at first may be difficult, To wash the cans well so that there is no residue is stressful It may be troublesome At first, we were opposed to the idea It was very difficult, to reach the correct understanding of the people Of course when they had to separate the waste into 34 varieties, which was enormous It was really hard The parents had to wash, classify and separate the materials at the recycling center in the town Supervisors such as Kazayuki Kyu-hara make sure the classification is correct What is that? It is a cover

from which type? It is a normal type cover Is it here? Certainly not everyone is excellent at classifying their waste It may be very difficult to classify things from mixed materials Marks on each container, tell consumers about what their waste could turn into And how much the process will cost or benefit society If you get used to it, it's easy Now I do not think about it, the separation of the waste for their correct classification is automatic For the so-called town shop "Kuro Kuro", which means recycling Where residents can leave or take free used items There is also a factory that enables local women to make products from their materials We have a lot like old kimono clothes, old clothes, or media that are no longer used So we ask all those grandmothers who have sewing skills To transform it into a workmanship such as games of bears or bags, or what I am wearing now It is made of all the fish flags that children play in celebration of Children's Day Most of the business sectors across KMTCO have collaborated to form the waste sectors We reduce the cost by turnover to one-third Compared to what we actually cost when we burn everything We try to focus more on changing our lifestyle, so that we can not produce any waste In this small town, with a population of 1700 Where everyone looks to each other and takes care of some This type of subsidy system in the community actually helped, in the implementation of the system of waste Satsumi is a city that is trying to turn to the future of waste But not only, some countries and companies are putting their efforts into establishing a manufacturing system that produces no waste at all To learn more, see this section شكرا لمتابعكم SeekerDaily ارجوكم لاتنسوا Subscription and admiration to be able to watch more new clips daily

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