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国際課

ACCESS  August 2006

A Bimonthly Newsletter for International Residents of Yamaguchi Prefecture


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Refuse Disposal and Collection


Shimonoseki City


Burnable Waste 燃やせるゴミ

Includes kitchen waste, leather items, flowers, plastic that cannot be cleaned (i.e. mayonnaise tubes), cloth, sweet packets, oil (that has been soaked into paper), etc. Burnable waste should be thrown out twice a week (either Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday depending on your area), in the red bags marked 燃やせるゴミ.


Non-burnable Waste 燃やせないゴミ

Includes small electrical appliances, broken glass, toys, and crockery. Non-burnable waste should be placed in clear plastic bags and be disposed of once a month, at the designated area (visit your town hall to find out your closest drop-off point). The bags must have a 100 yen delivery ticket (送付券: soufuken) attached.

Hazardous waste such as batteries and mercury thermometers should be disposed of in the same way, on the appropriate day.


Recyclable Waste 資源物

Cans and glass bottles: should be disposed of once a week on either Thursday or Friday. Metal caps should be removed and put in with non-burnable waste, and plastic caps should be thrown away with plastics. They should be empty and clean, and aerosol spray cans should be pierced. They should be thrown out in the designated yellow bags.

Plastic bottles: all bottles marked ‘PET’ should be disposed of on the appropriate day (either the first and third, or second and fourth Wednesday of each month) in pink bags. They should be rinsed, and have the caps removed (the caps are thrown out with plastic rubbish).

Plastic: anything marked with プラ, including bottle caps, egg boxes and plastic bags, should be thrown out twice a week (either Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday), in blue bags.

Old paper: Newspapers should be placed in clear bags, magazines separately in clear bags, and perforated cardboard stacked and tied with string. All should be disposed of on Wednesdays.


Others

Over-sized rubbish and large electrical appliances should be removed after discussion with people at city hall. Charges may apply.



Ube City


Burnable Waste 燃やせるゴミ

Includes kitchen waste, envelopes and photos, etc. Burnable waste should be thrown out on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the designated bags (clear with red writing). The following items may only be disposed of once a month on the appropriate day: sheets, clothes, cuddly toys, tennis/golf/soccer balls, bags and videos etc. They should be placed in clear plastic bags.


Non-burnable Waste 燃やせないゴミ

Includes ceramics, pans, knives, and small electrical items. They should be placed in clear plastic bags and disposed of once a month, at your nearest drop-off point. Hazardous waste such as batteries, lighters and mercury thermometers should be disposed of in the same way, on the appropriate day.


Recyclable Waste 資源物

Glass bottles, plastic bottles and cans: should be separated into clear plastic bags, and thrown out once a month. Plastic bottles must be marked with the PET symbol. Aerosol spray cans must be pierced.

Plastic: items marked プラ, including crisp and noodle packets, plastic bags and containers. Plastic items should be empty and clean. They should be placed in clear plastic bags and disposed of once a week.

Old paper: should be separated into newspapers, magazines, corrugated cardboard, and flat cardboard. They should be stacked and tied with string. Collection day is once a month.


Others

Over-sized rubbish and large electrical appliances should be removed after discussion with people at city hall. Charges may apply.



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