Japan Radio Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "the company") recognizes that the global environmental conservation is one of the most important common issues for all mankind, and will act with full consideration for global environmental conservation in all stages of its business activity.
The company shall formulate the following basic policies honoring the ISO14001 concept, and strive to preserve the global environment to fulfill its corporate responsibility to develop sustainable societies:
Provision of environmentally conscious products
As company products contributing to the information-oriented society via radio communication and information-processing technologies, products considering a reduction in environmental load over the entire life cycle shall be provided.
Reduction of the environmental load of business activities
(1) Reduce company-wide energy consumption.
(2) Promote the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) for waste to reduce emissions.
(3) Promote green procurement.
Compliance with environment-related regulations
Comply with environment-related regulations and other social requirements, with which the company complies.
Continual improvement and prevention of pollution
Reduce the environmental load of business activities, products and the company service to prevent environmental pollution by promoting continual improvement of the environment management system.
Setting and periodic review of the environmental objectives and targets
Set the environmental objectives and targets as the objective of the conservation activities and strive hard as a company to achieve them. Periodically review the environmental objectives and targets.
Dissemination and publication of environmental policies
Ensure all employees and persons working for the company thoroughly understand these environmental policies, including the basic idea and policies to gain their understanding and cooperation. In addition, also publicize these environmental policies outside the company through the home page and others.
*This policy current as of April, 2009.