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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure: Japanese student turns garbage cleanup into game

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A Japanese university student has created a game that turns trash picking on the streets into a fun team competition, aiming to take it overseas to clean up the global environment.

Yuto Kitamura came up with the idea of Seisochu, in which points are awarded based on the type and weight of litter collected within a set time, after realizing picking up trash is like “a treasure hunt.”

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