Basic Environmental Policy
Tokyo Century Group recognizes that addressing environmental issues is a social responsibility and will seek to contribute to the creation of an environmentally sound, sustainable economy and society by acting with due consideration for environmental issues, such as preventing environmental pollution, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, mitigating and adapting the effects of climate change, and preserving biodiversity and ecosystem in all areas of its operating activities. Tokyo Century has established an environmental management system encompassing companies in the Group, with the President & CEO, Representative Director serving as chief executive and the president of the Risk Management Unit serving as environmental manager. Our environmental management system involves the planning, implementation, operation, and inspection of environmental initiatives in accordance with the PDCA cycle. The system also involves periodic management reviews on the state of initiatives to promote continuous improvement in this area.
Basic Environmental Policy
The Tokyo Century Group recognizes that addressing environmental issues is a key management concern and will seek to contribute to the creation of an environmentally sound, sustainable economy and society and a decarbonized society based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To this end, the Tokyo Century Group will act with due consideration for environmental issues, including prevention of environmental pollution, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, mitigation and adaptation to climate change impacts, and conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems, in all areas of its operating activities.
1. Global Environmental Preservation through Business
We will strive to contribute to reducing environmental impacts, conserving forests, oceans, and water resources through our operating activities by developing and providing environmentally sound products and services around the world. We also grasp the impact of our operating activities on ecosystems and engage in activities that contribute to biodiversity conservation.
2. Contribution to Creating an Environmentally sound, Sustainable Economy and Society
From the standpoint of life cycle management, we will seek to create an environmentally sound, sustainable economy and society through our efforts for promoting waste reduction, reuse and recycling, and renewable energy.
3. Promotion of Resource and Energy Conservation Activities
We will promote resource and energy conservation activities in recognition of the environmental impact caused by the consumption of resources and energy and the discharge of wastes and other materials associated with our operating activities, including the supply chain.
4. Legal Compliance
We comply with environmental laws and regulations, ordinances and treaties, as well as international environmental standards and stakeholder agreements to which the Tokyo Century Group agrees.
5. Efforts for Continuous Improvement
We will seek to prevent environmental pollution and engage in environmental conservation activities along with providing environmental education and ensuring its dissemination by setting environmental objectives and goals. Furthermore, by constantly reviewing the results of these activities, we will strive to continuously improve our environmental management system and raise awareness of environmental issues.
6. Information Disclosure
We will strive to disclose information on this policy and our environmental initiatives to our various stakeholders and encourage their understanding and cooperation.