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“Mono: Factory” Changes the Life of Waste Material

Greenz Global

Every year, three hundred million ton industrial wastes are taken into garbage disposal plants in Japan. (*) One of the waste service companies, Nakadai, is redesigning the way to throw garbage away.

Nakadai’s solution is to open a new factory for creative design and manufacturing, “Mono: Factory.” They name the waste “Mono” which is a Japanese word meaning material. The project is based on an idea that industrial waste can be material given by society.

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    • Greenz Global

      Oh, thank you for reading our article, as always. This is a first article from our writer intern, Momi. She's very conscious of ecological lifestyle and sustainability issues. Nakadai does very unique upcycling projects, and they just opened their new showroom in Tokyo. (The mono factory is located Gunma prefecture.)

      Please help spread this unique project! ^^) - Kota