Tokyo 2020: Recycled cardboard used for beds at Olympics and Paralympics


The beds for athletes will possible be 2.10 metres lengthy and ready to succor a weight of 200kg

The mattress frames for athletes on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Video games will possible be made of recyclable cardboard.

The mattresses for the beds will possible be formed of polyethylene provides that will possible be reused for plastic merchandise after the occasions.

There’ll possible be 18,000 beds wished for the Olympics, and 8,000 for the Paralympics.

Medals forthe Tokyo 2020 Video games are made fully from recycled user devices.

The beds will possible be 2.10 metres lengthy and the producers whisper they’ll be ready to succor a weight of about 200kg, which is larger than any athlete weighed on the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

As share of plans to be extra environmentally pleasant, the Olympic torch is made of aluminium waste and the podiums from recycled family and marine plastic waste, while electrical energy will strategy from renewable sources.

The Tokyo Olympics recall space between 24 July and 9 August 2020 and the Paralympics from 25 August to 6 September.

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