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1. THINK ECO Activity Report | Environmental / CSR | TEIJIN FRONTIER CO., LTD.
THINK ECO Activity Report | Environmental / CSR | TEIJIN FRONTIER CO., LTD. HOME Japanese Chinese Site Map Contact Us Font Size S Font Size M Font Size L Textile & Apparel Division Group Industrial Textiles & Materials Division Group Technology & Production HOME Environmental / CSR THINK ECO Activity Report CSR Information TOP CSR Policies and Structures Compliance and Risk Management Product Liability and Quality Assurance Human Resources Policy CSR Procurement The Environment, Safety and Health (ESH) Social and Community Contribution Activities Environmental Policy Promoting Environment-Friendly Business THINK ECO Activity Report Recycling PET Bottles at " a-nation 2017," an Outdoor Live Music Event by Avex As in previous years, in 2017 we sponsored “ a-nation 2017," an outdoor live music event held in the summer by the Avex Group. At the venue, we supported recycling activities themed “LOVE. PEACE & CLEAN." This marked our eighth time participating in the event, which was held this year on August 26 and 27. We set up “eco stations" within Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo to collect used PET bottles from event-goers. Through this collaboration between an environmentally friendly festival and an environmentally friendly company, we aim to spread the word about environmentally friendly activities, aiming to continue and expand the effort. To date, we have collected 10,930kg of PET bottles, recycling the equivalent of 432,700 500ml PET bottles. Staff at the eco stations where we recovered the used PET bottles wore t-shirts made of DUAL FINE™, a material that prevents sweat stains. We also distributed Bonfim (friendship bracelets) made from ECOPET™, a recycled polyester fiber, to event-goers who cooperated in our collection of PET bottles. In this way, we communicated our commitment to the global environment. Holding the ECO Pass Project in Ajinomoto Stadium with FC Tokyo In cooperation with FC Tokyo, a soccer club operated by Tokyo Football Club Co., Ltd., we hold the ECO Pass Project in Ajinomoto Stadium. This recycling activity involves reusing polyester fiber from the PET bottles recovered at Ajinomoto Stadium and turning them into FC Tokyo products. In Ajinomoto Stadium, we set up boxes separated by type of resource and collect used PET bottles. On the ball stand, we set up a meter to show the volume of collections as a percentage of our target, heightening the sense of participation among project fans and supporters. We also run video footage of the project on the stadium's large screens and website, introducing our activities to a wider audience in addition to fans and supporters. Meanwhile, we have established THINK ECO™ as our environmental activity guideline. We conduct activities that are friendly to the global environment, such as by recycling a wide range of items, from apparel to industrial materials. Through this joint project with FC Tokyo, we aim to enhance awareness of recycling among a variety of people and therefore plan to move ahead proactively with the activity. Exhibiting at the EcoPro 2017 International Exhibition on Environment and Energy As a member of the Teijin Group, we took part in the EcoPro 2017 International Exhibition on Environment and Energy (Tokyo Big Sight, December 7 to 9, 2017). Some 600 companies and organizations exhibited at the show, which drew 170,000 visitors, making it the largest environmental exhibition in Japan. The Teijin Group focused on "environmental value solutions," a priority theme in ALWAYS EVOLVING, the medium-term management plan it announced in February 2017. Under this theme, the Group aims to help resolve the problems facing society. Under this overarching concept, the Teijin Group introduced activities falling under the exhibition's two main themes of "global warming and environmental consideration" and "clean energy and smart society," namely using composite molding materials to make automobiles more lightweight and recycling technologies to convert PET bottles into fibers. Key Exhibition Details ■Corner on using composite molding materials to make automobiles more lightweight This corner showcased WING, a vehicle made using the Teijin Group's carbon fiber composite materials. WING, built by the Solar Team at Kogakuin University, finished the world's largest solar vehicle race, held in October 2017, by traversing 3,021km to cross the continent of Australia. The booth introduced Teijin Group technologies employed in the vehicle, and in a talk show the team's captain detailed the harsh race conditions. Also on display were the world's first pillarless window made from polycarbonate resin and some of the lightweight exterior parts made for the Chevrolet Corvette by Continental Structural Plastics (CSP), a US company the Teijin Group acquired in January 2017. ■Recycling Technology Corner This section of the booth introduced ECOPET, made from recycled fibers derived from PET bottles, and a host of related products were on display. For the third time, we used animations to provide environmental education and conduct a workshop aimed at being easy for elementary and junior high school students to understand and resulting in an easily approachable exhibit. By allowing exhibition-goers to actually touch the recycling process samples on display, we aimed to enhance their understanding of recycling and its social significance. Conducting PET Bottle Recycling Activities with Gamba Osaka Teijin Frontier collaborates with Gamba Osaka Co., Ltd., to recycle the used PET bottles collected at its match venues. In this activity, we collect the used PET bottles at Gamba Osaka's home matches in J1 League soccer and recycle the bottles into polyester fiber. The polyester fiber is then repurposed into products related to Gamba Osaka. Student volunteers from a seminar group run by Otemon Gakuin University Professor Koji Mizuno man the collection locations at the stadium, call for participants' support in separating their waste, remove the labels to make recycling easier and throw out any waste liquid. This initiative helps to raise awareness toward the separation of waste, which Gamba Osaka and Otemon Gakuin University have been encouraging. It has also increased the amount of PET bottles recycled. Each year, around eight tons of PET bottles are recovered and recycled, equivalent to around 300,000 bottles. The effort is also promoting a better awareness of environmental activities among local residents, supporters and partner companies. Under THINK ECO™, Teijin Frontier's guideline for environmental action, we conduct activities that are friendly to the global environment, such as by recycling a wide range of items, from apparel to industrial materials. As one aspect of these activities, we support environmentally considerate activities and promote the recycling of collected PET bottles. TEIJIN FRONTIER CO., LTD. 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