Yokohama Goes Circular

Energy and Environmental Engineering
Maria Victoria Pelaez Jessica Hernandez Mumina Jama

Ms Jackie Nichols

"Today, more than 300 million tons of new plastic are produced worldwide each year. Almost 18-billions pounds of waste ends up in the ocean. An example of a linear response is method of buying, wearing, and leaving or throwing away The overall goal of this project is to go circular, which is a process of reusing materials over and over, then renewing the material we’re reusing. This project shows how Yokohama, Japan can build a circular economy. Key words include sustainable design, circular economy, urban engineering, green energy and transportation, waste management, waste free."

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