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Daiken Kogyo Sponsored the soil improvement material “DW Fiber” as a supplier to the Osaka/Kansai Expo

[Daiken Kogyo] Sponsored the soil improvement material “DW Fiber” as a supplier to the Osaka/Kansai Expo
*Daiken Kogyo Co., Ltd.*
Press release: July 9, 2024
Sponsored the soil improvement material “DW Fiber” as a supplier to the Osaka/Kansai Expo.
*~Provided as planting soil for “Toilet 7” inside the Expo venue~* Daiken Kogyo Co., Ltd. (Kita-ku, Osaka, President: Masanori Yomita) will use domestically produced soil to decorate “Toilet 7” to be installed at the 2025 Japan World Expo (hereinafter referred to as “Osaka-Kansai Expo”). We provide DW Fiber, a soil improvement material made from specially defibrated wood chips, and support the project as a supplier.
Image of “Toilet 7” scheduled to be installed at the Osaka/Kansai Expo (our product “DW Fiber” will be used in the planting soil)
*The image is an image of the completed design*. *

* [Background] *
At the Osaka/Kansai Expo, whose theme is “Designing a future society where life shines,” we are looking forward to your continued success in creating unique and attractive expo facilities that will help achieve the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). We are working to have young architects from around the world design a total of 20 facilities, including rest areas and toilets. One of these, “Toilet 7”, features a design that blends into the plaza by covering the outer periphery with curved panels that irregularly reflect the surrounding scenery and light, projecting the scenery like a mirage. is. The design is such that plants will be placed along the walls and interior of the panels, and “DW Fiber” will be used as the planting soil for these plants, helping to color the venue with its rich natural beauty.
The panels used on the walls of “Toilet 7” are manufactured using a 3D printer using reusable resin, and even after the Osaka/Kansai Expo, the panels will be crushed and made into pellets, and the materials used in the 3D printer will be used again. It can be used as. Additionally, Toilet 7 is a facility with a variety of sustainability possibilities, including the ability to relocate the building to another location.

* [About sponsorship] *
“DW Fiber”, which we are sponsoring this time, is a highly sustainable product that effectively utilizes domestic wood and processes sawn wood scraps and thinned wood into soil improvement materials, turning it into a high-value-added product. I am. By using this product in “Toilet 7”, it will lead to the creation of a recycling-oriented society and send out messages aimed at solving social issues such as preventing global warming, and will make the Osaka-Kansai Expo even more exciting. I think of it as something.
Our company will continue to contribute to improving our value as a company and realizing a sustainable society by linking our
“contribution to a sustainable society, global environment, and economy” with our “pursuit of corporate sustainability.” I will continue to do so.

* [Reference] *
* ●About the soil improvement material “DW Fiber”*
This soil improvement material is made by specially defibrating domestic wood chips and adding fulvic acid*, which has the effect of promoting plant growth. By mixing it with soil, it improves the physical properties of the soil such as water retention and water permeability, as well as improves the chemical properties of the soil through its effect of efficiently supplying minerals and its pH buffering effect, which contributes to greening. It can be used for soil improvement work that is not suitable as a base for planting or planting.
In addition to soil improvement work by mixing it with soil, it can be used in a wide range of construction methods and applications, including aerial greening work in mountainous areas and greening work using vegetation mats.
*Fulvic acid:
A useful humic acid that exists in forests and soil. It is effective in activating photosynthesis in plants and promoting production. Kokudo Disaster Prevention Technology Co., Ltd. has obtained a patent on technology for artificially producing fulvic acid.

* ●Planned construction site for young architect facility “Toilet 7”* * ● (Public Corporation) 2025 Japan World Exposition Association Release: * * “Publishing image perspectives of all 20 facilities designed by young architects” *

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