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In FY 2018/3, the amount of waste we generated (both of industrial and non-industrial waste) was approximately 43,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 65%. This dramatic increase is due to the increase of construction waste compared to the previous fiscal year. NEC Group also continues to implement company-wide initiatives to achieve zero emissions. To ensure increased thoroughness in processing waste, NEC performs regular site inspections at plants where waste processing is outsourced, and offers advice to boost recycling levels.
Changes in Amount of Waste Generated and Basic Unit Requirement
|FY 2014/3||FY 2015/3||FY 2016/3||FY 2017/3||FY 2018/3|
|Amount of waste generated||23,543 tons||32,032 tons||35,295 tons||25,853 tons||42,593 tons|
|General waste||2,919 tons||2,463 tons||2,771 tons||2,198 tons||2,251 tons|
|Industrial waste||16,628 tons||25,689 tons||29,060 tons||20,225 tons||36,611 tons|
|Specially controlled industrial waste||3,979 tons||3,768 tons||3,035 tons||3,113 tons||3,380 tons|
|Overseas waste||17 tons||112 tons||428 tons||317 tons||351 tons|
Scope of data collection:NEC and its 44 group companies (including those in Japan and overseas)(FY2018/3)
Sorting and Collecting Trash
Activities for Sorting and Collecting Trash
Rules for sorting trash differ from one local government to another. NEC is thorough in providing training on sorting trash in new employee training when new employees are assigned to business operations to ensure trash is collected appropriately. Posters explaining the rules for sorting trash in an easy-to-understand manner are posted in trash collection stations so that each employee can sort trash properly.