The gathering of thousands of festival-goers often results in a mountain of waste when the party is over. In the early 90s, Kanta Hani found a way to combat this trend by creating an effective system of clean-up volunteers, making the Fuji Rock Festival a “zero waste” event.
It’s proof that trash rock doesn’t have to mean trashing the environment.
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