The inspiring thing that happened when a Japanese village went almost waste-free

For decades, the village had given little thought to processing its waste, either burning it in an open incinerator or burying it in the ground. A failed new incinerator project, however, forced the village to rethink its strategy and a lofty ambition was born - to become a zero-waste town by 2020. Read more
Kamikatsu, Katsuura District, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan
Issue: Food Waste Typology: Policies