It's a loss if you don't know! ! Composting services in Japan [By prefecture]

Posted by 速水ゆきえ on

Hello everyone! ! !

Today's blog post introduces

A composter that has been rapidly increasing in the number of people who are using it or who are interested in it! ! !

Municipalities that are focusing on the composting business are also subsidized in some areas! ?

but not good,

Some of you may not know what a composter is or how to use it.

What is a composter?

Nowadays, more and more people are growing ornamental plants and vegetable gardens, and people who are concerned about environmental issues are using the action of microorganisms to remove organic matter such as garbage, fallen leaves, and sewage sludge from homes. It is a container for fermenting, decomposing, and composting.

The details of the detailed composter are written in detail in the previous article, so if you are interested, please check it from the following! !

How to use compost

The number of times I hear about composting has increased recently, but in fact, it has been attracting attention as an initiative for a recycling-oriented society for the past 20 years. seems to be coming If you purchase compost for home or business use, it seems that there are areas where a portion of the purchase price is subsidized .

----- 47 prefectures (by each prefectural capital) -----

Let's take a look at the subsidy system by prefecture for purchasing compost containers!

(In some areas, the reception may be closed or the contents may have changed. For details, please contact the municipality where you live directly.The upper limit amount described this time is for household composting. increase.)

Hokkaido region

・Hokkaido (Sapporo City) A uniform 2000 yen subsidy

Tohoku region

・Aomori Prefecture (Aomori City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Iwate Prefecture (Morioka City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Miyagi Prefecture (Sendai City) 2,000 yen subsidy per unit (up to 2 units per household)

・Akita Prefecture (Akita City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Yamagata Prefecture (Yamagata City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Fukushima Prefecture (Fukushima City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥20,000

Kanto region

・Ibaraki Prefecture (Mito City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥20,000

・Tochigi Prefecture (Utsunomiya City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥5,000

・Gunma Prefecture (Maebashi City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Saitama Prefecture (Saitama City): Application closed *Application will start from April 2022

・Chiba Prefecture (Chiba City) Two-thirds of the purchase price is subsidized, up to ¥4,000

・Tokyo Prefecture (Chiyoda Ward) Two-thirds of the purchase price is subsidized, up to ¥30,000

・Kanagawa Prefecture (Yokohama City) None (subsidized in some cities)

Chubu region

・Niigata Prefecture (Niigata City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

(There are applicable models. For details, please visit the Niigata City website.)

・Toyama Prefecture (Chiba City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Ishikawa Prefecture (Kanazawa City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥40,000

・Fukui Prefecture (Fukui City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Yamanashi Prefecture (Kofu City) Full subsidy up to ¥2,000 , two-thirds over ¥2,000

・Nagano Prefecture (Nagano City) Up to ¥3,000 per unit

・Gifu Prefecture (Gifu City) ¥470 per unit Cardboard compost ¥170

・Shizuoka Prefecture (Shizuoka City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Aichi Prefecture (Nagoya City) None (subsidized in some cities)

Kinki

・Mie Prefecture (Tsu City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Shiga Prefecture (Otsu City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Kyoto Prefecture (Kyoto City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥4,000

・Osaka Prefecture (Osaka City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Hyogo Prefecture (Kobe City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Nara Prefecture (Nara City) Two-thirds of the purchase price is subsidized, up to ¥7,000

・Wakayama Prefecture (Wakayama City) None (subsidized in some cities)

Chugoku region

・Tottori Prefecture (Tottori City) Two-thirds of the purchase price is subsidized, up to ¥4,000

・Shimane Prefecture (Matsue City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Okayama Prefecture (Okayama City) 50% subsidy for the purchase price up to ¥3,000

・Hiroshima Prefecture (Hiroshima City) None (subsidized in some cities)

・Yamaguchi Prefecture (Yamaguchi City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

Shikoku region

・Tokushima Prefecture (Tokushima City) Waiting for cancellation due to exceeding the upper limit

・Kagawa Prefecture (Takamatsu City) application closed

・Ehime Prefecture (Matsuyama City) Application Closed

・Kochi Prefecture (Kochi City) None (subsidized in some cities)

Kyushu/Okinawa region

・Fukuoka Prefecture (Fukuoka City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥2,400

・Saga Prefecture (Saga City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Nagasaki Prefecture (Nagasaki City) None (Subsidy available for some cities)

・Kumamoto Prefecture (Kumamoto City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥5,000

・Oita Prefecture (Oita City) Two-thirds of the purchase price is subsidized, up to ¥15,000 (loans available)

・Miyazaki Prefecture (Miyazaki City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

(There is also free payment * Purchases from the Internet, TV, and radio are not eligible

Applicable only to dealers in Miyazaki City)

・Kagoshima Prefecture (Kagoshima City) 1/2 of the purchase price is subsidized up to ¥3,000

・Okinawa Prefecture (Naha City) Two-thirds of the purchase price is subsidized, up to ¥30,000

It was a compost subsidy system by municipalities in 47 prefectures! ! !

* Details such as type designation, procedure designation, subsidy ratio, etc. may differ depending on each municipality, so please check with your local municipality for specific details and how to apply.

After all, there are more regions and local governments that are putting effort into composting and other waste recycling projects, and I was very happy to find out that people's awareness is changing rapidly.

If you are interested in composting or are considering purchasing it, please check the area where you live from the above table.

Thank you for staying with us until the end! ! ! !

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