Kajima joins in the Hirose River 10,000 People Project
A total of 130 Kajima and partner employees, participated in the Hirose River 10,000 People Project held on September 24, 2016 to pick up trash along the Hirose River. Participants included 12 employees from the Tohoku Branch and 118 from Rokushinkai, a group composed of partner companies.
The Hirose River 10,000 People Project is a joint initiative by citizens, local government, and companies to protect the natural environment of the Hirose River, the symbol of Sendai City, and make it enjoyable to more citizens based on the concept that 10,000 people represents 1% of the one million population of Sendai. The cleaning activity reached its 22nd anniversary this year since its launch in 2002. The Kajima Tohoku Branch participates in the all-round voluntary cleaning activity every fall together with Rokushinkai.