Suspicion of waste disposal: Toshima Ward officials sent documents February 21, 13:49
The section managers of the ward have been sent documents to the Toshima Ward Office in Tokyo, saying that they have outsourced the disposal of industrial waste, such as tables that have become unnecessary, to an unauthorized company.
Documents were sent to Toshima Ward as a corporation and the heads of eight sections of the Ward, including a total of 24 staff members.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, the section managers commissioned an unlicensed contractor to dispose of unnecessary waste, such as tables and whiteboards, equivalent to industrial waste from the Toshima Ward Office, for about three years before coming to sleep. Suspicion of violation of the Waste Management Law has been raised.
It was discovered during an internal survey of the ward that the ward was consulting the Metropolitan Police Department.
The contracted companies were the seven companies that had entered and exited the ward, and were sent documents along with the consignment of processing without permission.
The managers told the investigation that they did not know they were violating the law.
Mayor Toshima "Deep Reflection"
Mayor Yukio Takano of Toshima Ward commented, "I am deeply remorseful mainly because of the lack of awareness of the staff and the lack of checking functions as an organization. I will do my best to prevent recurrence." Did.