Posted August 31, 2018 11:14:31 A waste recycling facility in Japan is opening up to the public this month.
Waste recycling is an increasingly popular option in Japan.
Waste collection is the first step in making sure waste is recycled safely, efficiently and at high levels.
The facility, called Japan Waste Recycling Plant, is located in the city of Nara, and it is part of the city’s waste recycling network.
Waste management company Waste Management said in a statement that the facility will be the largest of its kind in the country.
Japanese cities have faced rising concerns about the impact of the global nuclear disaster in Fukushima, but the country’s government is still grappling with the issue.
Wastewater from municipal and industrial sources has been pumped into the city to keep the city cool and clean.
But the waste water is not used for drinking or cooking purposes, and most of it ends up in municipal pools.
It’s also not used to treat the city, which is home to some 400,000 people, or to make fertilizer.
In Japan, the waste is sent to a landfill, where it’s usually mixed with chemicals to make products such as cement.
The waste is then sent to industrial plants where it can be reused.