- We make every effort to satisfy environmental management system requirements, to make constant improvements to the system, and to preserve the Earth’s ecology.
- We make every effort to conform to environmental regulations and to offer products and services that have been developed and manufactured in an ecologically sound manner.
- We recognize and fulfill our social responsibilities to coexist harmoniously with nature and protect the Earth’s environment.
- We have established specific targets for preventing the pollution of—and preserving the soundness—of our environment, and have implemented measures to achieve those targets.
- We proactively disclose environmental data to our employees, our community, and other interested parties as part of our efforts to promote communication with all our stakeholders.
Kanehiro Co., Ltd. has acquired JIS Q 9001:2008 (ISO 9001:2008) certification from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Limited. We comply with all laws and regulations applicable to the prevention of pollution, and constantly work to effectively manage the environmental impact of our business in accordance with ISO 14001/2015, the most up-to-date version of the international standard for environmental management systems.
We recognize the importance of maintaining strong relationships with all stakeholders, and promote environmental initiatives as part of our efforts to develop strong roots in the community.
In December, 2014, we began operation of a solar power system at our Headquarters No. 1 and No. 2 Plants.
At present, we have installed 240 Sharp solar panels on the roof of our headquarters building and 144 more at our No. 2 Plant, which supply a maximum of 96 kilowatts via the power conditioning facilities at each plant.
Real-time statistics about solar power generation are shown on a monitor in the first floor lobby of our headquarters building.
We keep detailed records of the data displayed here in order to track seasonal changes in power generation and conservation.
Our solar power system generates approximately 105,960 kilowatt hours of electrical power in the course of a year, which is equivalent to roughly the electrical power generated from 120 drums of petroleum fuel but without emitting any CO2 into the atmosphere.