One day he got an idea. His idea is to follow his example and help other communities pick up trash and create a healthy and clean environment. So Hatono decided to pick up trash in a superhero costume to get people interested.
“First of all, I’m not wearing a Spider-Man costume. Because I wear it casually, people do what I say. “They are not interested in what I urge them to do.”
“After wearing this suit, a lot of people became interested in my garbage collection work,” said Spiderman, who wears a red and blue suit.
Indonesia has little systematic action on waste. Garbage and plastics linger in rivers and oceans. Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world. Every year, 3.2 million tons of garbage is dumped in the sea, according to a 2015 scientific journal. Hatono is aware of the need to clean up his environment, which is becoming more and more littered. He used to pick up trash in a Spiderman costume before 7pm at his coffee shop. According to Yahoo News, his performance has made the whole country aware of the issue of garbage and waste.