Tokyo Olympic Games
A podium made of garbage? A bed made of paper?
surprised to be the most “shabby” Olympics in history
Is all this a “distortion” of humanity or a “decay” of morality?
Welcome to the special section of Sports Channel “Those Things You Didn’t Know About the Olympics
For this Olympics, Tokyo government has prepared 26,000 beds, each with a length of 2 meters and a width of 90 cm. From the head of the bed to the bed frame, they are all made of cardboard. There is no metal or wood in it . After the Olympics, they will be completely recycled and reused.
It seems okay but when you look closer…..
However, Takashi Kitajima the general manager of the Tokyo Olympic Village explains that these cardboard beds are no problem even for a big fat man weighing 400 kilograms.and these cardboard beds are even stronger than wooden beds.
(I don’t know if athletes can sleep well. Anyway, those beds look like they’re going to collapse…)
Medals extracted from e-waste
All the medals of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 are made of gold, silver and copper that are extracted from waste recycling.
Medals made of recycled materials
Torch made of waste aluminum
The top of the Olympic torch is shaped like sakura and is made of aluminum, which is mainly taken from the scrap of the prefabricated house built during the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Although many netizens are complaining about the’“stingy”of the Tokyo Olympics , and the way of recycling resources without burdening the environment shows that Japan’s adherence to the concept of environmental protection is commendable.
We must know that the environmental pollution is getting more serious and shocked by numerous plastic garbage that scattered around the ocean
These plastic wastes is a huge threat to the marine ecosystem. Ocean lives eat plastic waste by mistake and these wastes could remain in the their bodies for several months, eventually causing their death due to the inability to digest any food.
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Abandoned or throw it away or keep it anyway in the corner and forget it !
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