Japanese village hits 81% recycling rate, aims for 100% by 2020 – EURACTIV.com | Energy Transition in Europe | www.energy-cities.eu | Scoop.it
A Japanese village aims to be the first zero waste municipality in the world by 2020 and has already reached an 81% recycling rate. A member of the Japanese Zero Waste Academy told EURACTIV that the feat is replicable elsewhere.