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Environmental Report

We have established the Global Environmental Activities Plan and Global Environmental Activities Guidelines for involvement in a broad range of global environmental issues. We published them in May 1993 as our Environmental Voluntary Action Plan. The NHK Spring Group draws up Environmental Activity Policies each year on that basis.

We uphold reduction targets for energy use and CO2 emissions as we engage in global environmental conservation activities. As a member of the Japan Auto Parts Industries Association (JAPIA), we have largely achieved JAPIA unit CO2 emissions index to sales targets as a result of the CO2 reduction activities implemented in association with our overall Group.

NHK Spring Group is moving forward with adoption of solar power generating equipment as part of our renewable energy facilities.

We proactively engage in zero-emission activities in efforts to use precious resources effectively and achieve a recycling-oriented society

In order to appropriately implement environmental conservation activities such as CO2 reduction and zero-emissions efforts, we base our management of each business site on an environmental management system (EMS). We perform environmental audits and energy conservation diagnoses to gain an understanding of the situation on the ground, so that we can work to improve environmental performance and reduce CO2 emissions.

Our Global Environmental Measures Committee is at the center of our efforts to promote and implement our Environmental Voluntary Action Plan. Our continuous environmental activities follow the PDCA cycle.

We understand our whole business in terms of a life cycle, so that by attaining the best possible quantitative understanding of its inputs and outputs, we can work to reduce environmental impacts. And through action such as recycling of waste, we aim to help achieve a recycling-oriented society.

・Business activities and the
 product lifecycle
・Environmental accounting
・Managing and reducing
 pollutants etc

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