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Waste Becomes Art (Jeju BR)

Exhibition that aims to bring awareness of waste and recycling issues and to present a new perspective on recycled resources. The artworks, including "Osprey", representing an endangered bird species on Jeju Island, are made from plastic and marine debris collected along the coast to convey a message about the seriousness of this issue. A hands-on experience program is also available, where you can return plastic bottles and cans to Nephron, an artificial intelligence and IoT-based recycling robot vending machine to claim points, which can be used to purchase sustainable products in the museum.

Type: Environmental vectors: water, energy, waste

Field of activity: Waste management: reduction, reuse, recycling , composting, integrated management

Responsible body: Jeju Provincial Government

Period: 2020

Contact: Kwang Sub Jang - jessefly@naver.com

Area of operation: Jeju BR

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