Curly on Recycling

By Murray Bourne, 25 Feb 2005

I find Koizumi's weekly mails interesting and often amusing. His latest on recycling in Japan (Koizumi Cabinet E-mail Magazine) pressed a button. I found the bit on toilets quite something (you should see Japanese toilets...!)

Actually, Japan is terribly polluted - I am always amazed that visitors say what a lovely green country Japan is. Crap. It's all concrete and the bits that aren't are because it's too hilly to build there.

Sure, they have recycle bins everywhere - but if they didn't produce so much useless packaging for absolutely everything in the first place, a lot less resources would need recycling.

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