The people of this Japanese town have to compost all their food waste and sort their trash into 34 different bins (see below) at their community’s “zero waste” center. No joking around with trash. Check out the BBC video.
I don’t want to even start thinking about what we do in Jordan with trash. It’s all mixed for sure. Does anyone of you know what happens to Amman’s trash? Is it burned? Buried? Is there any recycling effort (formal or informal)?
I really would like to know..
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