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One of the hospitals referred to Low cost, eco-friendly, deodorant, and catalyst for healthy environment in- and out of the hospitals as the reasons why they keep using EM. This is a good example of EM life where you use EM abundantly everywhere from toilets to rooms and gardens. Through water path and drainage, sewage is treated by EM. Therefore, it is eco-friendly. more
Under the leading of UNICEF, schools at the camp participated in a program to examine the effect of EM Technology on odor suppression at the toilets. The result was clear; the odor has gone or reduced significantly. Moreover, flies around toilets disappeared. Furthermore, school children were educated and became conscious about hygiene. more
Waste water flows to sewage plants. From the facilities, foul odor may emit. This became true and problematic in a developing city called Primavera do Leste, Brazil. There EM comes; EM Technology was used to suppress odor. The following result supports the effect and efficiency. Moreover, the application cost low. What is and how did EM Technology work at the city plant? more
Since 1983 EM has been applied for suppressing odor and cleaning at this hospital. At one point, EM technical officer was dispatched to help the hospital staff improve EM application skills. The hotel has been even odor-less since then and effective for inhibiting hospital infections. more
The beginning of the story goes this...an employee of Japan Railway East tried using EM for suppressing odors of garbage. Today the company has applied EM for keeping their garbage separation station odor-less. EM has been used also for cleaning shinkansen both inside and outside. What is the detail of effect? Is it cost efficient to use EM? more
Have you ever heard about a Monastery in Okinawa, Japan? The building has been recently renovated by applying EM ceramics to house materials such as walls and tatami sheet. The ceramics are used to prevent sick-house syndrome. In addition, EM Technologies are applied for gardening, home-cleaning, and recycling the organic matters at the Monastery. more
Nozomi no Sato (House of Hope in Japanese) is a NPO group which uses EM Technology to recycle organic wastes. It is also a home for disabled people who learn social and work skills through contributing to the recycle programs. Let's hear the story from House of Hope. more
Okinawa was once known for its water shortage and water supply problem.
In 1991 Uruma City library (former Gushikawa City) developed a new design system with the purpose of reusing rainwater. The 250 ton storage tank set on the basement connected with double water pipes and sillcok for watering, make it easier to handle. However, without enough rain this system could not work.
Therefore, under the instructions of Prof. Higa, EM technology was introduced in the system and made possible the recycling and using the source of water. more
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Several small farmers of chili pepper found that their yield increased significantly by EM application. This surprised not only the farmers but also the manufacturer of the fertilizer. What is EM-1? How can it be used?
`There is no waste at the farm.` According to Tanabe Farm, the production of bananas is cyclic. For soil conditioning, EM Bokashi is used. The compost is used for growing bananas. No chemical fertilizer and pesticide is used, while applying Activated EM・1. Moreover, the bananas are wrapped in bags to keep insects away. As if they were raring child, Tanabe Farm grows their bananas. Furthermore, the bananas are available in Japan.
When Fukushima earthquake and tsunami hit north east Japan, Mr. Takizawa's farm was affected severally; their milk was suspended, and their grass was contaminated by radioactive substances. In 2012, however, he found potential treatment -photo-tropic bacteria. With EM Research Organization, he started experiments using EM Technology to resume their safe pasture-based milk production again... more
It was in 1994 when Bhutan started applying EM Technology in agriculture. They aimed at developing nature farming which can produce EM-treated materials for schools, farmers and other users. The next big change began since 2000 when the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests and Education enacted the School Agriculture Project to teach youth potential of agriculture.