Our Company Policy
Nojiri Metals, will contribute to the realization of a sustainable society that aims for harmony between the economy and the environment in order to create a better future through the recycling of resources.
Since its establishment, our company has been contributing to the effective use of resources and resource recycling as a recycler of non-ferrous metals by utilizing our dissolution and pulverization technologies.
With a renewed awareness that our recycled products and services are contributing to the establishment of a recycling-oriented society, which is demanded by society, we will continue to promote our recycling business, and at the same time, contribute to the realization of a sustainable society through activities to reduce environmental impact and coexistence with society and nature.
- Contribute to customers’ recycling and green procurement by promoting the manufacture and sale of non-ferrous products with less environmental impact.
- We will work to reduce the environmental impact of our business activities by reducing waste, increasing productivity, and efficiently using resources and energy.
- We will comply with all environmental laws and regulations applicable to our company.
- We will establish environmental targets and plans, and implement initiatives to achieve them. In addition, we will periodically evaluate the content of these activities to ensure continuous improvement.
Revised March 1, 2021
President of Nojiri Metals Co.
Our commitment to environment.
We are also actively engage in environmental activities. Nojiri Metals acquired the Environmental Management Systems Certification, Eco Action 21 (EA21) in 2008.
In 2012, the Kawasaki Plant obtained the certification, and the entire company is actively engage in environmental activities.
EA21 is a system designed to create, operate and maintain a system that effectively and efficiently addresses environmental issues, with environmental targets, action, compiling results, evaluation, and report. It is a certification/registration system for businesses based on the EA21 Guidelines formulated by the Ministry of the Environment.
For more information : www.ea21.jp (in Japanese).
As part of the activities for EA21, we have compiled and published the environmental activity report as followed.
Environmental Activity Report 2019 (In Japanese)