City of Yokohama

Published

Since the opening of its port in 1859, Yokohama has developed as Japan’s preeminent international port city. Yokohama is Japan’s largest municipality with a population of 3.74 million people and 120,000 established businesses.

Through our waste sorting and recycling efforts, we have gained the support of both citizens and businesses and achieved a reduction in waste volumes of more than 43% over the past decade, and are continuing to pursue 3R activities, especially in the field of food waste reduction.

We are developing innovative policies to realise a sustainable city where additional growth is generated by recycling nonrenewable resources.

Project

WCEF2018

The World Circular Economy Forum presents the world’s best circular economy solutions and brings together key circular economy thinkers and doers from around the world.

Published

Recommended

Have some more.

What's this about?