FY2019 : From 1. April 2019 to 31. March 2020
Main Activities in FY2019
|CO2 emissions below 6,068.8 tons to prevent global warming
||Accomplished the goal, with CO2 emission at 5,589.4 tons by installing high-efficiency equipment to reduce power consumption
|Conducting on-site patrols to check chemical substance usage process
||Confirmed and improved management conditions using the specified check sheet in line with the on-site confirmation schedule
|Participate in local environmental activities
||Held the annual 530 (Gomi Zero = no waste) campaign.
Participated in the Ishite River upper-stream cleanup, and Ai (love) River Supporter cleaning activity.
Initiatives to Reduce Environmental Impact
Energy Saving Activities
By introducing highly efficient equipment we reduced the amount of power usage.
|Replaced air conditioner for in-house production process area (10 units)
||57.7 tons CO2/year
|Replaced lighting with LED in one building (1,006 tubes)
||17.1 tons CO2/year
||14.4 tons CO2/year
Total CO2 Reduction 89.2 tons CO2/ year
530 (Gomi-zero) Campaign
Held a cleanup along 3 km of a road near the Matsuyama Site.
Date: June 1, 2019
Ai (love) River Supporter Cleaning Activity
Held cleanup and mowing activities along the east bank of Shigenobu River..
Date: : June 1, 2019
Cleanup Volunteer Activity at the Kangetsu Festival
Participated as cleanup volunteers after the Kangetus Festival was held by Toon City.
Date: August 25, 2019
Cleanup at the Ishite River Dam Upper Stream
Held a cleanup along the upper stream of Ishite River.
Date: : August 25 and October 27, 2019
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Concept and Drill Program
By conducting an environmental assessment and evaluating the chemical substances and facilities each year, we specify substances and facilities with potential environmental impact. We perform an emergency drill once a year to be prepared for leakage accidents. Through this drill, we also review handling procedures, prevention measures such as facilities and equipment, and reduction measures, and consider whether they need to be revised.
Matsuyama Site CO2 Emissions
Matsuyama Site Waste & Valuables Amount