Most willing to accept disaster debris via The Japan Times

A majority of Japanese are receptive to their municipalities accepting disaster debris for incineration, while 70 percent oppose hiking power rates to cover utilities’ higher thermal power fuel costs, a survey has found.

Jiji Press polled 4,000 adults nationwide between April 6 and 15 to gauge their views on local governments accepting tsunami debris and higher electricity bills, asking them to rank their responses on a scale of zero to 10.

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