Activity report: 3. Reduction of final quantity of wastes


Target for 2003 Achievements in 2003
To reduce final volume of wastes discharged from businesses by 10% or more from the preceding year 51.3% reduced



First, be conscious of waste separation

The separation of wastes is an action that every employee can put in practice.

A manual on waste handling procedures and separation was prepared. The recommendations in the manual are implemented by employees and fractional recovery is promoted.
Fractional recovery of 19 types of wastes is carried out at Japan Radio Co., Ltd. as follows:
1) Surplus paper, 2) Confidential documents, 3) Corrugated paper board scraps, 4) Waste paper, 5) Waste tea leaves and kitchen wastes, 6) Cigarette butts, 7) General inflammables, 8) Packing materials, 9) PET bottles, 10) General metal scraps 11) Empty drink cans, 12) Spray cans, 13) Wires and cables, 14) Fluorescent lamps, 15) Secondary batteries, 16) Lithium cells, 17) Lead storage batteries, 18) Other dry cells, and 19) Wood wastes
image:First, be conscious of waste separation

photo:First, be conscious of waste separation


Targets for recycling of resources from wastes in 2004

To reduce final quantity of wastes discharged from businesses by 15 points or more from the preceding year

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