‘Plastic-free’: Fukuoka man's monthlong project highlights wider waste issue | The Japan Times

2022-11-07 21:31:09 By : Mr. Tom Pang

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‘Plastic-free’: Fukuoka man

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About 8 to 9 million tons of plastic waste are disposed of annually in Japan, a portion of which is not recycled or incinerated and is likely finding its way into the ocean and other natural environments.

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‘Plastic-free’: Fukuoka man

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