Public Relations/hMarine Dayh is gEPS Dayh, too
Offer of the marine products to the dining table
The third Monday of July is Marine Day, a national holiday of gratitude for the marine products and to hope the prosperity of maritime Japan.
Are you aware that Marine Day is EPS Day, too?
EPS is widely used as the containers for transportation of the marine products, namely fish and shellfish, the indispensable foods for Japanese eating habit, to the dining tables at all parts of the country in the fresh condition.
We would like to support the Japanese eating culture by supplying the advantage of the seasonal marine products. With such wishes in mind we designated the Marine Day in July as EPS Day.
gEPS Dayh is registered at the Japanese Anniversary Association
JEPSA designated the Marine Day as EPS Day and in order to promote the proper understanding of EPS at the general consumersf end, JEPSA actively practices statewide the local PR and educational events every year.@At the fifth anniversary of EPS Day in 2005, JEPSA applied to the Japanese Anniversary Association for the registration of EPS Day and certified.
gEPS Dayh was reported on TV through the national network of NTV (Nippon Television Network Corporation)
The history of EPS Day and the Marine Day as well as the properties, applications and the recycling rate of EPS were presented.
Public Relations and Educational Events on EPS Day
Since the first EPS Day in 2001 all JEPSA members have joined together in the practice of PR and educational events at the respective areas around EPS Day in July every year. Our aim is to promote the right understanding of the excellences of EPS and the actual situation of EPS recycling by the general consumers.