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Kohei Watanabe, Reference material provided for the talk
'Waste and Sustainable Consumption', Capability and Sustainability Centre, St Edmund's College Cambridge, March 2005; Association of Regional Planners and Architects, Detailed Sorting and Measuring of Household Waste, Kyoto 1998.
Uploaded on Wednesday 22 Feb 2012
Japanese household waste composition
Claudia Heberlein, Emmanuelle Bournay
One person’s dustbin is not the same as another’s. Depending on which continent you live on, on your life style, financial resources, and so on, your trash will be different. This shows two cases from Japan.