December 7, 2010 by staff
Marshall Islands, Japan International Cooperation Agency is strengthening its cooperation with the Marshall Islands to address the problems of waste. JICA officials and Marshall Islands have signed an agreement recently in Majuro for a five-year project to improve solid waste management in the Marshall Islands. The program is part of a program funded by the Japan Pacific Garbage-wide improvement.
Majuro Atoll Waste Company CEO, Roger Cooper, whose agency is taking the lead role, says it will stimulate the collection of waste and under-funded recycling programs started in the past two years.
He said that Japan will contribute to developing the first country in the national strategy for waste management, and focus on improving recycling, composting and recycling in schools.
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