Why workers and communities oppose Japanese incineration
in Southeast Asia

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This article was developed with the support of JournalismFund.eu   Ever wondered why the world’s largest metropolis is so clean? Ask Watanabe Ayumu. One of Tokyo’s small army of waste collectors, Watanabe’s day can start as early as 6 a.m., to beat traffic. From 8 a.m. he and his colleagues collects paper, PET plastic bottles,…

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