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|Type||Items||How to Discharge Waste|
|Paper||Newspapers, books, and shopping bags||- Pile them one by one, and ensure that they are not wet.
- Be careful not to include coated flyer, vinyl, and other foreign substances.
- Remove tapes and steel pins attached to boxes.
|Paper cups, cartons||- Empty the content, and wash with water. Then, put them inside a plastic bag, or bundle them up.
- Separately discharge paper cup and paper carton (milk).
|Metal can||Steel cans, aluminum cans (food, beverages)||- Empty the content and wash. Then compress as much as possible.
- Remove plastic caps of cups.
- Do not put foreign substances such as cigarette butts.
- Make holes and empty butane and insecticide containers to be discharged.
|Glass||Other bottles such as drink bottles||- Remove bottle caps, empty contents, and wash before discharge.
- Do not put foreign substances such as cigarette butt. Get a refund for glass bottles. Empty bottles (e.g. beverage and drink) are subject to refund at retail stores.
|Scrap metal||- Scrap metal (equipment, wire, nail, iron plate)
- Nonferrous metal (nickel silver, stainless, electric wire, aluminum, and others)
|- Put waste into a plastic bag, or bundle up with a string to separate from foreign substances.|
|Synthetic resins||Bottle-type containers such as plastic wrapping materials, plastic bottle, milk bottle, yogurt bottle, and others; Cup noodle container, plastic polystyrene saucer, egg board, and general container||- Empty all contents, remove the caps made of other materials (or foil, plastic wrap) or attached logo, and compress everything before discharge.
- Wash food containers such as cup noodles to remove an attached logo, water, and foreign substances, and compress everything before discharge
|- Polystyrene buffer material
- Electric product buffer material
- Boxes for agricultural/marine/livestock products
|- Empty and wash contents, and remove the attached logo.
Polystyrene buffer materials of televisions, fridges, air conditioners, audio equipment, personal computers, and mobile phones to be returned to where they were bought
- Except the waste polystyrene contaminated with foreign substances such as waste aquaculture buoy or coated with other materials
|Clothes||- Cotton fiber|
|- Bundle up, or put into gunnysack not to be wet.
- Except blanket, pillow, and shoes, which means these should be discharged with stickers (for large-scale stickers)
|Waste fluorescent||Waste fluorescent||- Discharge via waste fluorescent light container only with caution not to break items.
- Wrap broken items with paper, and put into a plastic bag for recycling.
- Waste from stand-alone houses with no waste collection container to be returned to the place where bought
Single-use plastic bag
|- Food (snack, ramen, ham, cheese, and others)
- Washer (dishwasher and others)
- Cosmetics (soap, shampoo container)
- Buffer wrap material for electronic items
- Agricultural/marine/livestock products (fruit, dried fish, and others)
- Single-use plastic bag
|- Pile up inside the big plastic bag (e.g., gunnysack), and tightly bundle up the entrance before discharge.
- Separately discharge ramen soup powder, sauce, and salt not to be mixed with separately discharged waste.
How to discharge nonrecyclable waste
Can and scrap metal
- Cans containing foreign substances, paint container with contents inside, cooking oil container, waste oil container to be put into gunnysack for separate discharge (large quantity with the sticker on to be consigned to other agencies)
- Broken fluorescent light, vehicle glass, ceramics, light bulb, and heat-resistant kitchen utensils to be put into gunnysack with a sticker on for separate discharge
- Container with contents / foreign substances (e.g., ketchup/mayonnaise container), plastic not easily melted with heat (e.g., ashtray, tray, telephone, and others), toxic substance container, chemical container, rubber mat, toy, baby bottle, cassette tape, computer CD, CD tape, videotape to be separately discharged with a sticker on
- Pillow, blanket, cotton, doll/toy, carpet, shoes, waste home appliances, furniture to be discharged with a sticker on