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Wcef2018 Amita Sato

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World Circular Economy Forum 2018 Japan
Wcef2018 Amita Sato

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Wcef2018 Amita Sato

  1. 1. Local Circular Economy and Community Development - Case of Minamisanriku Aiming 100% Circular and Sustainable Town - October 2018 Hiroyuki Sato
  2. 2. 620 people killed 211 people missing More than 3,000 houses destroyed
  3. 3. Reconstruction Plan by Minamisanriku Town A Peaceful and Vibrant Town that Nature, People and Livelihood are Neighboring Together Future Vision of the Town Target 1. Make a Town that People Can Continue Living in Peace Target 2. Make a Town that People Can Live in Harmony with Nature Target 3. Make a Town with Vibrant Local Economy Objectives to Build an Eco-Town 1. Create a Town which Harmonizes with Nature 2. Promote the Usage of Renewable Energy 3. Reduce Municipal Waste and Promote Recycling
  4. 4. Minamisanriku Town Sustainable Circulation Vision (by AMITA)
  5. 5. Town Hall Made of FCS® Certified Local Woods Minamisanriku Town Hall became the first public facility in Japan to be awarded the FSC full project certification.
  6. 6. Sustainable Fishery Stimulating the Local Economy The oyster farm in Minamisanriku became the first aquaculture facility in Japan to be certified by ASC .
  7. 7. Community-based Resource Circulation Model Based on Biomass Energy Technology (“BIO”) and the Residents’ Roles Within It Fertilizer made at BIO is used in local farms Educational program on life circulation ran by local people Residents take part in the garbage sorting Safe and secure organic crops Circulation of Resource, Food, and Energy
  8. 8. What the Residents are Saying The biggest outcome of the garbage sorting is that the bond between residents is created and becoming stronger and wider. I myself now has connections between farmers and loggers, and feel the expansion of rich relationships that money can’t buy. (Yoko Sato, Local Hostel Owner) The students, who hadn’t had a chance to commit to the challenges our town face, has realized that they themselves are the ones who bear responsibility of the town’s future, and now they are thinking about the future issues. (Matsugo Yamauchi, Principle of Local High School) When I asked myself “Why do I sort garbage,” my answer was “It’s because all lives are related and that’s the image of the future town we want.” (Mayumi Kudo, Priesthood of Local Shrine)
  9. 9. AMITA and Minamisanriku Town Sign a Public- Private Partnership Agreement in July, 2014. AMITA made a commitment to realize regional circular economy through business.
  10. 10. “MEGURU STATION”, Verification Test for the Next Stage • How It Works • Stop the garbage collecting service by the town, and instead, build a system that residents can bring in and sort their household garbage by them selves. • For What? • To reduce garbage collecting cost substantially • To foster mutual assistance among residents • To promote both physical and mental health of the residents
  11. 11. Details About the Verification Test Purpose • Establish small independent-decentralized system, and in future years, set “MEGURU STATION” at each community of population of 2,000 to 3,000. • Establish a circulation infrastructure of energy, resource, and food, in order to realize “zero-emission.” • Build a resident participatory system which is to solve issues that local communities face, thorough fostering mutual assistance among residents and promote elders’ health, for example, by setting situations and places that elders can take part in and feel useful. What to Verify • Is it possible to sort garbage through people’s hand, and enhance resource circulation? • Is it possible to stop collecting garbage and let the residents bring it in? • Can MEGURU STATION become a base of local community? When Oct. 2 nd –Nov. 30 th Who 180 families, about 500 people in Minamisanriku Hours 6:30~18:30 (Closed on Thursdays) Function 1. Collect garbage 2. Promote communication among residents (Set up spaces where people can sit and relax and activities that people can take part in.) Kind of Garbage Collected 19 kinds (examples: cans, glass bottles, plastic bottles, paper, non-combustible, plastic, textile, garden waste, food oil, food waste)
  12. 12. Features of MEGURU STATION (1) 1. Residents bring in and sort their garbage by themselves. 2. There are staffs at the station who help people how to sort garbage. 3. People get “points” every time they come to the station, and points can be exchanged to environmentally friendly products or can be donated to the community.
  13. 13. Features of MEGURU STATION (2) 4. There are several other programs, such as “wood chopping stand” and “0 shop,” set to enhance further resource circulation and the relationship among people.
  14. 14. What We Can See from the Verification Test • It is possible to sort garbage through people’s hand!! • It is possible to have residents bring in their garbage!! • The number of participants grew from 108 families, who applied in advance, to 200 families in a week after launching the station. • Feedback from the Residents • “Sorting doesn’t bother me at all!” • “To me, bringing in garbage is much more convenient than collected because I can throw them away at any time I want.” • MEGURU STATION functions as a hub for local community!! • In average, every family come to the station twice a week • People are starting to gather around the station while they bring in their garbage!!
  15. 15. Solution Not Only for Resource Circulation, but also for Health, Welfare, Employment, and Industrial Promotion Solution: BIO System+MEGURU STATION • Circulation System of Resource, Energy, and Food • An infrastructure to enhance the bond between citizens thorough their voluntary participation • Places and situations that elders can take part in and feel useful. Sustainable Community Issues that Local Communities Face • How to cut down healthcare cost • How to give support to vulnerable road users • How to restructure the community • How to develop a community which is friendly for working parents • How to stimulate intraregional CE Results of Existing Solutions • Increase fiscal burden • End up ineffective due to citizen’s low participation rate • Failure due to aging and corrosion of residents' association
  16. 16. Thank you for your attention!!

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