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Fiscal 2016 year management policy

Fiscal 2016 year CSR policy

Clean System Environmental Policy


Basic Principle

We prevent the rich natural environment from being contaminated by waste through the demolition of houses, the collection and transportation of waste, and the establishment of a waste recycling system, to preserve it for future generations. Thus, we consider aggressive environmental conservation in all aspects of the business.

Basic Policy

  1. 1. Promotion of resource conservation and energy conservation activities
    We strive to reduce the residue from processing waste in order to reduce the environmental impact, along with attempting to save energy, such as electricity and fuel for vehicles.
  2. 2. Setting and reviewing environmental objectives and targets
    In order to achieve the basic environment management policy, we strive for continuous improvement of the revised environmental management by setting environmental objectives and targets in a technically and economically possible range, with these being reviewed on a regular basis.
  3. 3. Compliance with environment-related laws and regulations
    We strive to prevent environmental pollution in compliance with environmental laws, rules and regulations.
  4. 4. Promotion of 3R (Reduce Reuse Recycling)
    We promote reduce, reuse, recycle of waste in order to contribute to the formation of a recycling-oriented society.
  5. 5. Contribution to society
    We make efforts to link with the local community through such activities as the implementing clean up around the plant entrance and environmental education and provide information about waste disposal and resource recycling through our website.
    The basic policy is documented, and well-known to all employees, and we strive to promote this policy outside of the workplace.

Enacted August 12, 2004 and Revised 2008 May 13, 2004
Clean System Co., Ltd., President Takashi Suzuki

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