Garbage classification is very necessary, because some of the rubbish can be recycled, but some are not recycled, but Japan is home to the world’s most strict garbage classification system, believe even virgo will collapse, is better than ocd obsessive-compulsive disorder, but can’t deny that Japan’s environmental health is very good indeed, but this classification system, It’s actually not as efficient as China.
Garbage classification refers to the general term for the classified storage, delivery and handling of garbage according to certain provisions or standards. The purpose of classification is to improve the resource value and economic value of garbage, and strive to make the best use of everything. The strictest garbage sorting system in the world is probably in Japan. In Japan, sorting garbage is a huge undertaking.
In Japan, garbage classification is perfected to an incomprehensible extreme. There are several sub-categories under each sub-category, and sub-items under each sub-category, and sub-items under each sub-category… And so on. There are 64 kinds of garbage classification in the final garbage classification. All the garbage is divided into five categories (general garbage, resource garbage, container packaging, clothing cardboard, bulk-size garbage). There are not only standards for classification and size, but also regulations on the recycling time of household garbage. The whole garbage classification system operates strictly according to the standards.
In Japan, garbage collection is on a fixed schedule. Citizens have to sort and dispose of their rubbish according to a schedule set by the government. At the end of each December, the government prints and distributes a timetable for the following year. For example: flammable trash, Monday, Thursday morning before 8; Noncombustible garbage, thrown out before 8 a.m. on Saturday; Newspapers, books, cartons, bottles and cans, before 8:30 Thursday morning