TOKYO: A soft insect lives harmlessly in a striped oyster on the beach, and the same oyster has now been turned into an eco-friendly helmet that provides equal strength and protection to the wearer. The helmet is called Hedges. It contains 50% scallops and 50% plastic. The most interesting thing is that the helmet manufacturing company has partnered with the fishermen in the villages in their business, who supply the raw material of oysters for this helmet. The Japanese Kashi Chemical Company has played an important role in the production of the helmet. What is it and the fishermen in the seaside town will provide 40 thousand tons of oysters annually. Although these oysters still get caught in the nets, they are of no use and end up littering the beach. The company claims that adding oysters to the plastic not only makes the helmet lighter, but also has the same stiffness as the strongest helmets.