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The First Park With Clear Water Stream in Japan

8 Apr 2014

United Networks for Earth Environment (U-Net) is an NPO group dedicated to support and do social contribution work applying EM Technology throughout Japan.

U-Net in Edogawa ward had gained popularity in Edogawa district in Tokyo, on project of environmental beautification for the good maintenance of rivers and channels at parks and other 23 locations.

To produce Activated EM1, two tanks of 500L had been provided to the Fuji Park service center. 

Eighteen tons per year of Activated EM1 have been injected into the rivers totaled 98 tons since the year 2008.
Today, sludge has been reduced overall the water bodies in the parks.

In Nakai Park the rivers and streams shown a recovering of the diversity of the living things in the environment and now people can find crabs, shrimps, gobies.
It is also used to keep flowers and plants healthy grown in the garden of the park.

So the Activated EM1 applied in the channels are contributing to recovering the Arakawa estuary. And today, clams came back to the rivers and people said that this became a fishing spot.  

Pouring Activated EM1 to the clear streams and the EM tanks

For further information on the U-Net's activities, click on their official website at:
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