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Tochigi Works, Hitachi Appliances, Inc.
Maintaining the natural environment of the factory from the time it was established while enhancing waste sorting and recycling.
Gunma Works (No.1 and No.2), Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
In order to further enhance the Eco-Factory, the cyclic use of waste is being promoted.
Yamate Factory, Hitachi Works, Power Business Unit, Hitachi, Ltd.
Tackling more effective energy-saving activities by analyzing factory-wide power consumption.
Taga Works, Hitachi Appliances, Inc.
Sorting waste into 50 categories before collection. A portion is recycled and used for manufacturing.
Kokubu Main Building, Kokubu Factory, Hitachi Works, Power Business Unit, Hitachi, Ltd.
Improving energy efficiency by introducing LED lighting and high-efficiency air conditioning.
Hitachi Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd.
Proactive introduction of high efficiency equipment and visualization of power consumption enable cutting edge research and development.
Omika Works, Services & Platforms Business Unit, Hitachi, Ltd.
Improving energy efficiency in the factory by the use of photovoltaic power generation and storage batteries and the "visualization" of power consumption.
Hitachi Industry & Control Solutions, Ltd.
Smart factory demonstrations with a photovoltaic power generation system lead to in-house energy saving and business expansion.
Sawa Works, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
Promoting power use at our site from our own photovoltaic panels and material recycling that reuses plastic waste.
Hitachi Vehicle Energy, Ltd.
Promoting 3R activities through comprehensive sorting and collecting, while treating and reusing water used to wash products.
Hitachinaka-Rinko Works, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
Cutting waste through comprehensive separation and recycling, with a final disposal rate of under 0.1% since FY2013.
Katsuta Division, Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.
Optimizing energy use by switching to all LED lighting and using in-house energy monitoring and control equipment.
Design Building, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation
Environmentally conscious office with energy-saving equipment, rooftop greenery, and a photovoltaic power system on the rooftop.
Naka Area, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation
Working to reduce various environmental burdens by raising employee awareness of recycling and running facilities more efficiently.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Engineering, Ltd.
Achieving zero emissions through recycling efforts, including the thorough sorting of waste and the development of recycling schemes.
Mito Works, Hitachi, Ltd.
Installing a photovoltaic power system of about 100 kW on the roof of a building to generate a power of roughly 100,000 kWh per year, contributing to energy savings in the factory.
Kasumigaura Works, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
Separating waste into about 50 categories, educating on waste reduction education, and promoting proper industrial waste disposal.
Tsuchiura Works Works, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
Working toward comprehensive waste reduction, separation and collection, with a final disposal rate of under 0.1% since FY2014.
Omiya Plant, Hitachi Nico Transmission Co., Ltd.
Enhancing both productivity and energy-saving to produce high-quality transmissions.
Tadakiko Co., Ltd.
Energy-saving facilities include skylights that bring in natural light and photovoltaic power panels across the factory roof.
Narashino Division, Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.
Building an energy-saving model factory using in-house environmentally conscious products.
Kashiwa Medical System Operations Group, Hitachi, Ltd. Kashiwa Factory Hitachi Healthcare Manufacturing, Ltd.
Final disposal rate of under 0.1% achieved through promotion of waste reduction and recycling.
Kameari General Center, Hitachi Building Systems Co., Ltd.
Integrated building systems complex has implemented energy-saving measures such as a roof garden and photovoltaic power generation.
Hitachi Appliances, Inc. Hitachi Consumer Marketing, Inc. Hitachi Softec Co.,Ltd.
Energy-saving throughout the building includes switching almost all lighting to LED and controlling temperatures with air conditioning.
Omori 2nd Building, Systems & Services Business Division, Hitachi, Ltd.
Working to create an eco-office that contributes to innovation through an energy management system.
Tokyo Works, Hitachi Kokusai Electric Inc.
A 100kW photovoltaic power system was installed on the roof of the new production building. Its operation status can be seen live from a large monitor.
Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd.
Installing a photovoltaic power generation system for R&D purposes to pioneer the feasibility of renewable energies.
Yokohama Office, IT Platform Products Management Division, Hitachi, Ltd.
Creating a state-of-the-art environmentally conscious office as an advanced software development center.
Design Building, Yokohama Branch Office, Defense Systems Business Unit, Hitachi, Ltd.
Introduced approximately 4,000 LED lights in the new design building. Dimmer controls use a variety of sensors to conserve energy.
Atsugi Works No.1, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
Promoting energy saving through high-efficiency lighting, power visualization, and reduced waste through cuts in product defects.
Atsugi Works No.2, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
Cutting waste by promoting efforts to reduce product errors and reducing defect rates.
Atsugi Works No1 Welfare Building, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
Supporting production through the eco-office including double-paned glass, high side windows, and a rooftop photovoltaic power generation system.
Sagami Division, Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.
Actively introducing in-house high-efficiency, energy-saving products and diagnosing energy savings.
Sagami Works, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
Circulating cooling water, reusing cutting oil, and recycling parts containers to achieve a final disposal rate of under 0.1%.