Japanese giant works to process tsunami debris
Ismira Lutfia Tisnadibrata
PREMIUM Meticulous: Insulator workers segregate debris into combustible and non-combustible waste at a disaster debris and waste management site in Ishinomaki. JP/Ismira Lutfia TisnadibrataMountainous disaster debris disposal and the reconstruction of fisheries and the agricultural sector are just a few of the Herculean tasks in the 10-year recovery plan that the Miyagi Prefectural Government in Japan has...
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