Marino Morikawa, the Peruvian who decontaminated a lagoon in 15 days, is now going through Titicaca

Marino Morikawa, the Peruvian who decontaminated a lagoon in 15 days, is now going through Titicaca

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But these huge challenges did not come out of nowhere.

He became known for a singular fact

All of Peru found out about Marino Morikawa six years ago through impressive news. He had completed his studies at the prestigious University of Tsukuba in Japan, when his father told him that the El Cascajo lagoon, (Huaral), where they both fished during their childhood, was going to be covered to become a farm because it was totally contaminated. . As soon as he found out, Marino traveled to Peru and decided to decontaminate the lagoon.

People in the area believed him to be a madman, but Morikawa went alone, made use of handicrafts, entered the affected area and succeeded.

But what is the process to decontaminate such a lagoon?

To achieve this, Morikawa put the example of El Cascajo in easy. First, he explained that he has 25 inventions to decontaminate a habitat. In this case, I use the bubble micronan:

“It is a bubble 10 thousand times smaller than that of the soda. It has a positive and negative ions. That generates a high concentration of energy. Bacteria, having this concentration, adhere to this nano bubble. When they adhere, as they can no longer escape, they self-destruct or die due to lack of mobility or food ”, he explained.

"In other words, we are creating a little bomb so that these bacteria demolish and no longer exist," he added.

Marino purified the lagoon in 15 days and without expecting to receive something in return. More than 70 birds and fish reappeared, and now local residents take care of their wetland.

Formed a company

Before forming Nanoplus 7, Marino was a professor in Japan, until he received an invitation from a Peruvian friend to form a company for the good of his country. The company was formed in late 2014.

“I left all things in Japan. In Peru we knock on all doors. Many accepted us (…) and there Nanoplus 7 began to grow ”.

“From there we began to travel throughout Peru to see all the problems of pollution. If we have all the means, we have the possibility of decontaminating up to more than 70% of Peru's natural habitats. And we can do it, because we have the technology, we have the Know How, apart from all the creations and inventions. The difference of everything is that without using any chemical component ”.

Although his extensive experience had already allowed him to travel around Peru and the world.

“While in college, I have been able to recover more than 30 natural habitats. Solve problems from North Africa, Asia and South America. With this experience, I have been able to give myself the pleasure of touring our country and saying if it can be recovered ”.

"Our mission is to raise awareness of people, provide knowledge. We have traveled throughout South America because different authorities have called us ”.

Now he has two big projects in Peru

Among several projects and challenges that Nanoplus 7 poses, these are two of the most important.

Titicaca lake

They plan to decontaminate Titicaca at the end of next year. They already have the plan to work in the area with the support of five companies. The only thing left to do is to know who is going to have the tender for the wastewater treatment plants.

For now, together with the Hotel Libertador, they carry out an environmental awareness campaign to save the Lake.

“We have already gone to four schools of different ages to make the boys aware of what reality is and that they can recover. It would be beautiful if at least one of them remembers that a Chinese man talked about technology a long time ago and that he goes abroad to train and returns to his Peru to recover things.

The Huacachina

Thus Morikawa explains the project:

“It is not only recovering the huacachina, but also the water supply. We are going to build a sewage treatment plant. It is treated water and we are also going to generate green areas throughout the huacachina desert, starting with the huarango national nursery, a native tree ”.

Without a doubt, an exceptional success story that still has a promising future for Marino, Nanuplus7 and Peru.

Marino Morikawa will be one of the exhibitors at CADE Universitario 2016 to be held this Saturday, July 2.

* Content sponsored by IPAE Acción Empresarial

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  1. Kendryk

    It's not really low

  2. Jorie

    An appeal against this.

  3. Ray

    It is necessary to tell him - a serious fault.

  4. Tataxe

    I feel sorry for you.

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