Our CEO Masaki Takao will be live on radio at FM PORT（Niigata local FM Radio）for the program "MORNING GATE".
First of all, he will talk about the FUKU-FUKU project and how consumers can participate at it, but he will also present our future vision as company.Everybody who is interested is welcomed to listen.
FM PORT(79.0MHz) MORNING GATE
Date and time: 26th of November（Mon）From 9:05
Our recycling project in India has been published on The Asahi Shimbun (News Paper) in the evening of 24th October 2012.
This program is a part of the Overseas Expansion program of Japan’s Venous Industries which was arranged by the MOE/Ministry of Environment. Additionally, it has been adopted as Early Bird Project in DMIC/Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project by METI/Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan.
Imabari Cotton Recycle was appeared at corner of "JAPANxMONOCLE" in the "MONOCLE, vol.6, issue57" which is the England magazine.
It has been introduced in the 9th page of the magazine appendix entitled "JAPAN× MONOCLE." - "JAPAN'S NEW WORLD".
Please visit the official website for more information.
In the e-Mook "MonoMax" [patagonia PERFECT BOOK], which was published on August 27th 2012, our company and our recycling technology was presented in an article.
The article can be found on the Commons Reds Initiative section on page 43.
Patagonia Japan is participating in the FUKU FUKU project since 2012
PLA-PLUS Project has been published in United Kingdom's magazine "MONOCLE vol.6"(July, 2012).
Winners of 2008 eco japan Cup: Mitsuhi Bank
There will be an interview of JEPLAN's CEO Masaki Takao about the cooperation between Mitsuhi Bank and JEPLAN organized by USTREAM at eco cup japan TV
Broadcasting will be on 11th of ,May from 17:00～18:00.
By clicking on the following URL, you can watch the stream.
http://ejc-tv.blogspot.jp/ eco japan cup TV VOL.21
The magazine ELCO RADAR will publish an article about JEPLAN and Michihiko Iwamoto, the Co Founder and managing director of JEPLAN.
Iwamoto will present the current situation of textile recycling, new recycling technologies and also possible future developments.
The Ehime Prefecture High School published an article about JEPLAN's recycling technologies in a science study paper. The article focuses on the technology where cotton fiber is processed to bioethanol.
Our textile and mobile phone recycling project in India was presented in the "VOICE" magazine in the edition of May.
Further information can be found at the following websites(May not available in English):
The PLA-PLUS Project was presented at FNN News on the 25th February, 2012.
They showed the clothing collection project at Kiddyland Catstreet in Harajuku.
FNN News：Test project for research on recycling possibilities of plastic items from households.
The Japanese economy newspaper "Nihon Keizai Shinbun" published an article about JEPLAN and it's PLA PLUS Project on the 20th February of 2012.
"In the past local authorities collected the plastic waste from companies like Takara Tomy, starbucks and co. for incineration or landfilling, but JEPLAN is planning to collect/recycle the trash and turn it back into reusable plastic or fuel."
PATAGONIA Japan released the article "What is the future for the worn clothing of Patagonia" on their website, in which they presented and explained our technology and recycling method.
The magazine "Science Window", which is owned by the Science and Technology Agency published an article about our efforts in establishing a recycling society/economy. The article is in the early spring 2012 edition and 80.000 copies have been distributed to elementary, junior and high schools.
They will be used as teaching material by science teachers and other people involved in science education.
You can download the magazine as PDF data here:（article at P.29）