'Trash-Never-Touch' Program

by I-Chun Chu on Monday, 27 April 2009 Comments
Ecological and Friendly

The Trash-Never-Touch program is a garbage collection system implemented first in Taipei City in the mid 90s. It is planned to prevent residents from leaving their garbage on the sidewalk or in dumpsters as they have to wait for trucks and throw their trash directly onto them. This measure improved the hygiene of the streets and also encouraged recycling. And it has also an unexpected impact on social relations...
Know more about the ’Trash-Never-Touch’ program

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