Global Environmental Initiatives

We are working from both “products” and “production ” perspectives to contribute to the prevention of global warming and the reduction of environmental impact, throughout the entire business activities.

Environmental Policy

Basic Principle

Musashi recognizes that environmental preservation is one of the most important problems as a member of society. We preserve the global environment and enhance mankind's prosperity through its corporate activities for the society and the environment. We set the following guidelines toward achieving the goal to maintain the spirit of innovation.

Basic Policy

Musashi, as a good corporate citizen in global society, strives to achieve environmental management based on the guidelines stated below:

  1. Not only complying with the international rules and local laws, Musashi establishes the necessary self-imposed standards for meeting social and stake holder's requirements.
    Waste water, Air, Noise, Odor, Vibration, Waste, Hazardous materials, Soil contamination
  2. Musashi reduces the environmental load as much as possible in the business area of the organization. We shall endeavour to continuously maintain and improve our environmental management system.
  3. Musashi ensures the effective use of energy and other resources in our business activities and pursues the appropriate management of chemical substances and reduction of waste.
  4. Musashi will continue to actively engage with local groups and undertake further environmental conservation projects to protect and preserve our global environment.

We ensure that all individuals working in or for our organization are fully aware of these environmental policies and maintain harmonious ties with local communities.

We establish objectives and targets based on this policy and formulate an environmental action plan to achieve these objectives and targets, which we implement, evaluate and revise.

Also, we ensure that all individuals working in or for our organization are fully aware of these environmental policies by posting and disclosing such policies to the general public.

May 1, 2006

Environmental Management Organization

To establish a company-wide environmental management, Musashi has formed the Central Environment Committee to orchestrate a company-wide response to the environmental issues.

Environmental Management Organization

Environmental Goals and Achievements

FY2016 Environmental Goals and Achievements

In 2016, we set targets for each of the following categories and worked on environmental improvement.

環境マネジメントの体制

< Target achieved > ◎:105% or higher, ○:95% to 105%, △:80% to 95%、 ×:80% or lower

*A PRTR (Pollutant Release and Transfer Register) is a national or regional database of information on the environmental release and
off-site transfer of potentially hazardous chemical substances from industrial and other facilities.

CO2 Emissions and Unit Energy Consumption
Industrial Waste and Unit Waste Emission

Global Environmental Management Promotion System

Musashi Group is advancing environmental management under the ISO14001 standard. Based on the standard, we have conducted activities, the quantitative grasp of the environmental data, and information sharing regarding technologies and measures for environmental impact reduction.

Global Environmental Management Promotion System

Musashi Group’s
environmental data

Energy Input (TJ)Energy Input (TJ)
Greenhouse Emission *2 (1,000ton-CO2)Greenhouse Emission *2 (1,000ton-CO2)
Water Consumption(1,000ton)Water Consumption(1,000ton)
Waste EmissionsWaste Emissions
  • Europe
  • South America
  • North America
  • Asia
  • China
  • Japan
  1. Since FY 2016 MAP-MX and MAP-NT have been added for calculation. For the HAY Group, it is not subject to calculation in fiscal 2016.

  2. Calculation protocol of greenhouse emissions refer mainly to WRI/WBCSD (2004), The Greenhouse Gas Protocol (Revised Edition)” for Scope1 and Scope2. Scope2 is calculated by using for 2010 electric power emission factor from International Energy Agency (2013), “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion Highlights 2013”.

For further information, please see our reports.