Welfare And Environment
The Welfare and Environment Committee consists of five members, who oversee the affairs of the Public Health, Welfare, and Women's Bureau, Environment and Green Space Bureau, Waterworks Management Headquarters, Health and Environment Research Institute, and Facility Management Corporation.
Improvement of Welfare and the Environment for Citizens
We are committed to engaging in transparent and practical activities to promote citizen welfare and the development of public health, sanitation and the living environment for citizens. We will also obtain opinions from various sectors to be reflected in the city administration.
First, we will take leadership in satisfying the demand for comprehensive welfare services by guaranteeing basic living security for low-income citizens, the disabled and the elderly and expanding upon the existing child care and social welfare facilities.
Second, we will dedicate ourselves to implementing an environmental management system that is worthy of public confidence by actively responding to the issues of food waste treatment, waste reduction, recycling, green spaces, conservation of the ecosystem, prevention of leakage from the water supply systems, and public confidence in the tap water quality.