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Disposable body warmers are very popular in the winter, but most people probably throw them away after use.
But in fact, disposable body warmers have the power to clean up the world's water!
In this article, we will take a closer look at the activities of the "Go Green Group", which collects and reuses disposable body warmers.
- 1 What is the Go Green Group?
- 2 4 Steps to Clean Water with Disposable Warmer
- 3 Let's start with what we can do!
What is the Go Green Group?
Go Green Group is a company headed by Takashi Yamashita, which is involved in the following activities.
Let's take a closer look at what kind of company the Gogreen Group is.
We are giving back and thanking the earth.
There are "17 SDGs to change the world" that the United Nations has set as a goal to be achieved by 2030.
The Gogreen Group is a member of the "17 SDGs to Change the World".
We are working to achieve the following three goals.
Protecting Water and Resources! Using disposable body warmers to develop the "GoGreenCube"!
The Go Green Group is involved in activities to protect water and resources.
The GoGreen Group has found that the divalent iron ions (Fe2+) contained in disposable body warmers stabilize the ecosystem in the water!
We developed the "GoGreenCube" by collecting and reusing disposable body warmers. We developed the "GoGreenCube" by collecting and recycling disposable body warmers. We demonstrated that the GoGreenCube containing divalent iron ions can improve water quality and the water environment by injecting it into dirty water.
The GoGreen Group established a crowdfunding campaign to mass-produce the GoGreenCube, which became a hot topic.
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We are providing education that connects to the future.
The Gogreen Group is also working on education to connect our activities to the future.
We are currently working on a project in collaboration with the "Aquatic Environmental Literacy Education Promotion Program" by Professor Tsuyoshi Sasaki of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology.
4 Steps to Clean Water with Disposable Warmer
Until the disposable warmer is collected and the water is cleaned.
How to collect disposable body warmers
Disposable body warmers can be collected in the following ways
They say it doesn't matter what kind or size of warmer you send! The address to send your warmer is as follows
Let's start with what we can do!
Some people may think that cleaning up the earth is too grand a task and that "it doesn't matter what I do. But the efforts of the Go Green Group introduced here, each of us can make a big difference!
Let's start with what we can do, even if it's something small!♪