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Individual actions taken to reduce the use of non-recyclable plastic and packaging in Japan as of March 2019
Personal actions to reduce plastic usage in Japan 2019
This statistic depicts the results of a survey conducted in March 2019 in Japan asking individuals about their individual actions taken to reduce the problems caused by the unnecessary use of non-recyclable plastic and packaging. According to data provided by Ipsos, around 34 percent of Japanese respondents would re-use disposable items to reduce environmental problem caused by non-recyclable items. In contrast, only six percent would pay higher taxes to reduce problems caused by the overuse of plastic and packaging.
Individual actions taken to reduce the use of non-recyclable plastic and packaging in Japan as of March 2019
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Source

Release date

April 2019

Region

Japan

Survey time period

February 22 to March 8, 2019

Number of respondents

1,000+

Age group

16 to 74 years

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Original question: "Which if any of the following would you personally do to reduce the problems caused by unnecessary use of plastic and packaging that cannot be recycled?"

Personal actions to reduce plastic usage in Japan 2019
This statistic depicts the results of a survey conducted in March 2019 in Japan asking individuals about their individual actions taken to reduce the problems caused by the unnecessary use of non-recyclable plastic and packaging. According to data provided by Ipsos, around 34 percent of Japanese respondents would re-use disposable items to reduce environmental problem caused by non-recyclable items. In contrast, only six percent would pay higher taxes to reduce problems caused by the overuse of plastic and packaging.
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