Suzhou Starts Garbage Sorting on Religious Premises
By Anthony Lee, July 22, 2019 17:07 PM
On July 12, 2019, the launching ceremony for garbage classification in Suzhou places of worship was held in Hanshan Temple.
According to the Department of Ethnic & Religious Affairs of Suzhou, recently the local ethnic and religious affairs department was engaged in waste sorting through propaganda, visits, training and hardware equipment.
Religious bodies and premises would classify waste into various categories according to specific circumstances.
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