How does Korea deal with its trash?
All trash must go out in approved purchased bags. (US grocery bags).
Hauling major trash is so expensive that people pay major penalties if they leave furniture in the house they are selling.
I believe the trash still currently goes in to landfill. However converting landfill in to usable land has not been as successful as expected, thus the severe trash regs.
I have two type of trash can in my home (Recyclable trash & Toxic/Hazardous trash can). This will help me to separate my house waste. I have contract with my local trash collector they used come once a week and collect my trash frequently. Throwing the trash can in the street would create lot of problems for the surroundings as well as for our self. Better keep deal with the local waste collectors ( try…
A business pays for its trash removal. In some cases the cost is based on weight. Putting your trash in their receptacles is 'stealing' from them. In many places it is against the law to do so. However, you taking something to work with you and tossing it in the trash is no big deal, but bringing bags of garbage in would certainly be an issue!
Korea had absolutely no choice but to be on the Axis side in World War 2. Korea was captured by Japan in the Russo-Japanese War of 1905, and it was officially annexed by Japan in 1910. In Europe, Czechoslovakia received a similar deal from Germany, but Korea had been under the Japanese heel for much longer when World War 2 began.