Kamikatsu – Japan’s Zero Waste Town

Kamikatsu – Japan’s Zero Waste Town

Kamikatsu, Tokushima Prefecture, was the first municipality in Japan to promote a Zero Waste policy. The residents sort waste into 45 types in 13 categories. The municipality managed to recycle 81% of all their refuse in 2016.

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