3. Pirika: Anti-litter Social Platform

Pirika: Anti-litter Social Platform

Used across the globe, overseeing the collection of over 200 million pieces of trash.
We are developing a variety of services utilizing the Pirika anti-litter social platform.

Working to solve the littering problem

Littering is all around us, at schools, workplaces, and near our homes.

Over time, these items of trash eventually end up in the ocean through rivers and waterways, causing marine pollution and extensive damage to the ecosystem.

In 2011, we developed Pirika, an anti-litter social platform, with the aim of solving the major global issue of plastic pollution. Through Pirika, litter-picking activity circles have rapidly expanded nationwide and internationally, reaching the landmark of 200 million pieces of trash being picked up through Pirika in September 2021.

Furthermore, we have utilized insight and data gained from the Pirika social media app to release "Pirika for Governments" and "Pirika for Businesses and Organizations" to support the CSR activities of local governments and businesses, further expanding our support for individuals and groups partaking in cleanup activities.

Our services

Pirika, Inc. provides some services using Pirika, the anti-litter social media app.

Pirika for Local Governments can help to mobilize people for and otherwise invigorate clean-up efforts by developing websites that provide data visualization services for local clean-up efforts. Helps to comprehend the effects of cleanup promotion measures by efficiently and quantitatively grasping the implementation of litter-picking activities. Online interactions stimulate citizens' cleanup activities and contribute to making cities cleaner.

Pirika for Enterprises and Organizations can organize and introduce the process and achievements of each group's litter-pickup activities. Send "Thanks" and comments on the group's private timeline to interact with other branch offices and group members. You can also communicate the results of your CSR activities both within and outside of the group, accompanied by specific figures on the number of participants and the amount of trash picked up.

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