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N.A.W.A Start-Up Club and SamJeong Pulp Business Agreement Sched...

  • 2022-10-30
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N.A.W.A Start-Up Club and SamJeong Pulp Business Agreement Scheduled in Early October

Korea University Sejong Campus start-up club "N.A.W.A" signed a business agreement with SamJeong Pulp in early October on the quantification and yield report of paper cup recycling rates.

 

N.A.W.A is a start-up club that aims to develop a smart trash bin that can recycle disposable paper cups, a major environmental problem.

 

With the support of the Sejong Entrepreneurship Education Center, N.A.W.A installed its prototype "Keobkkili" (meaning: cups only) in the space next to the bus stop in front of the Sejong Library. In addition, paper cups used by school members were collected and delivered to SamJeong Pulp which will report on the recycling rate.

 

With this MOU as a starting point, N.A.W.A plans to start prototype cups in the smart city area of Sejong City. If the evaluation is positive, it is expected to be able to expand and distribute to all areas of Sejong City.

 

CEO Seo Young ho said, "The awareness of the paper cup problem has not improved yet. 'Keobkkili' was developed while thinking about ways to increase the recycling rate of paper cups without changing people’s awareness. It is the ultimate goal of our company to have cups that are thrown into smart trash cans be reborn as a recyclable resource."

 

In addition, he said, "We plan to promote a sustainable business, lead collaboration with related organizations, and carry out projects to improve the recognition problem of paper cups."

 

KU Sejong Student PR Team, KUS-ON

Data: Sejong Entrepreneurship Education

Translator: Chae Yeon Kim

Editor: Conrad Brubacher

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