We place the concept of “Sustainable Development Goals” at the center of our activities.
As participatory sustainable items, we propose environmentally friendly initiatives starting with just a bottle of water.
Why not start by taking it as our responsibility as people living on Earth to make better choices in our lives?
We are developing sustainable businesses with companies that actively engage in environmentally friendly activities.
We send a message of sustainability through collaboration with original labeled water for promotional purposes.
Are you still using plastic bottles at meetings even though you have corporate goals such as decarbonization, SDGs, and carbon neutrality? We propose sustainable actions that you can easily start without losing your brand image. Contributes to 78% less waste than other containers.
Are you taking concrete action against climate change? Paper containers can help reduce CO2 emissions by 46% more than plastic bottles and 59% more than aluminum cans. Paper containers have the lowest impact on climate change and ocean pollution among all containers. We will calculate (visualize) and report the reduced CO2 to promote an environmentally conscious mindset.
Are renewable materials recycled? We promote recycling by visualizing ``paper-to-paper recycling,'' which produces toilet paper that is 100% recycled from containers. For corporations, we can also offer collection boxes.
The cap is derived from sugarcane and is Bonsucro certified.FSC certification is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), an international organization, to ensure that the wood used as the raw material for paper is environmentally friendly, serves the interests of local communities, and is economically sustainable. This is a system to certify that a product is produced in a specific form.
Having originally operated as a manufacturer with multiple water sources, we have a desire to pass on Japan's water sources and rich nature to the future in the right way. The design is inspired by Pegasus (horse with wings), reflecting the philosophy of the village where the first water source is located, Habarey.