Shiba District Clean Campaign
Participated in the “Shiba District Clean Campaign:
A Town with Zero Smoking on the Street!” held
in the vicinity of Shimbashi Station.
Activity Policies and Goals
- Making Minato-ku into an even more “safe and clean city”.
- Promoting interaction with people in the local community, including town councils, residents’ associations, store associations, PTAs, corporations, police and fire departments, and Minato-ku itself, in order to strengthen bonds and build a city in which everyone can help each other.
|Activity Duration||Approx. 1 hour starting from 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 14, 2017|
|Number of Participants||People from the community (approx. 600)|
|Sponsor||Shiba District Safety in Daily Living and Environment Beautification Promotion Committee
President: Tetsuo Maru
Participated in the “Shiba District Clean Campaign: A Town with Zero Smoking on the Street!” held in the vicinity of Shimbashi Station and Uchisaiwaicho Station.
This campaign includes activities to educate people about efforts to eliminate smoking on the street (spreading awareness of the Minato Tobacco Rule), cleanup activities, and activities to post warning tags directed toward illegally parked bicycles and on-street signboards, etc.
22 representatives of Furukawa Sangyo participated in this campaign.
After assembling in Sakurada Park on the day of the event, they were assigned to be in charge of cleanup in Area D.
The next occasion of this activity is scheduled for March 15 at Sakurada Park.
Representatives from the town council acted as leaders of the cleanup routes, and our participants set out on their own assigned routes with their representatives in the lead.
Scenes of cleanup in the local areas. All participants carefully picked up garbage with the goal of beautifying the town, and were able to collect large amounts of trash.