This Town In Japan Has Found A Way To Produce No Trash

December 16, 2015

Kamikatsu, a small town on Japan's Shikoku island, has a vigorous recycling program.

Since the "Zero Waste" program began in 2003, 80% of the town's garbage is recycled, reused, or composted. By 2020, the program's goal is to be 100% waste free.

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After noticing the effects of incinerating its garbage, the town adopted the mandatory sanitation program that requires all residents to wash, clean and sort their trash into 34 categories.

While residents admit the program can be hard work, they're already seeing the benefits of their efforts.

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