Our company is located in the Lake North region between Lake Biwa which has the largest area in Japan and Ibuki Mountain of the highest peak in Shiga Prefecture. And because of its abundant water resources, it is surrounded by paddy field and fry Ayu Facilities such as a fish farm are scattered. In carrying out our business, we recognize that environmental loads such as groundwater, rivers and Lake Biwa have a major impact on the natural environment, and the loss of biodiversity and the impact on local communities is immeasurable. We are promoting reduction of environmental impact, compliance with laws and regulations removes factors that cause environmental accidents and complaints, and we are actively engaged in environmental conservation activities to ensure safe and secure business activities.
Environmental laws and regulations
We abide by ordinances of Shiga prefecture with more stringent water quality standards than domestic laws.
Chemical substances contained in products
- RoHS Directive
- ELV Directive
- REACH regulation
- Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive
It is our policy to not use materials that contain the four conflict minerals, tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold, as defined by the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act regulated by Securities and change Commission. Our company is promoting the responsible procurement of minerals and the establishment of an accountable supply chain based on this policy. Conflict minerals are minerals produced or processed using illegal methods in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjoining countries.
- Substances including tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold.