Environmental Performance Data
From April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017
|Reduce CO2 emissions to under 5,885.6t to prevent global warming.||Reduced emissions to 5,569.4t by introducing high-efficiency equipment, etc.|
|Inspect site regularly for proper chemical substance management.||Inspected site according to schedule using a check sheet and corrected any problems.|
|Participate in local environmental activities.||
Conducted clean-up and tree-planting activities above the Ishite River Dam.
Conducted annual “River Support” clean-up activity.
Introducing high-efficiency equipment resulted in power reduction from time savings across all workflows, as well as lower takt times.
Amount of power saved: 34.5 thousand kWh/year
Reduction in CO2 emissions: 14.1 t-CO2/year
Philosophy behind the training program
An environmental impact assessment of equipment and procedures for storing and handling of chemical substances, together with emergency simulation training designed to enhance emergency readiness, are conducted annually. Following this assessment and training, a determination is made as to whether current procedures and countermeasures should be reevaluated.
Nature of the training
OEmergency scenario: leakage of waste liquid due to breakage of a container (drum) during transport by waste disposal company.