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Community Symbiosis Activities

We carry out various community symbiosis activities centered on domestic and overseas manufacturing bases.

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Educational activities for the correct disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment

Toshiba Hokuto Electronic Devices Thailand Co., Ltd. (Thailand)

We participated in the "Thailand without E-waste" campaign, encouraging employees to properly sort and dispose of their E-waste, and recycled the recovered E-waste through Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited (AIS).
Number of participants: 56
Amount recovered: 328 pieces

Educational activities for the correct disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment
Sorting waste electrical and electronic equipment
Sorting waste electrical and electronic equipment

Educational activities for the correct disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment

Toshiba Hokuto Electronic Devices Thailand Co., Ltd. (Thailand)

Educational activities for the correct disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment

On March 25, 2022, courtesy of the Prostheses Foundation of HRH the Princess Mother and the Pollution Control Department and in cooperation with Bangkok Can Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (BCM), we donated beverage aluminum cans to the foundation to raise employee awareness about recycling and sorting of waste.
Aluminum cans donated: 75.55 kg.

Charity bazaar

Toshiba Electronics Taiwan Corporation (Taiwan)

On December 20, 2021, 125 employees of Toshiba Electronics Taiwan Corporation participated in a charity bazaar by bringing items for the bazaar. This effort raised NT$16,800, which was donated to the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families.

Charity bazaar

Trash pickup activities

Toshiba Electronics Shanghai Co. Ltd. (China)

To keep the environment clean and raise employees' environmental awareness, we conducted trash pickup activities in parks and beaches near the company.
(Implemented from November to December 2021, number of participants: 150)

Jing'an Park
Jing'an Park
Lotus Hill Park
Lotus Hill Park
Sandy beach cleanup activities
Sandy beach cleanup activities

Clothing donation drive

Toshiba Electronics Shanghai Co. Ltd. (China)

To recycle resources, old clothes were collected for employees and donated to those in need.
(Implemented in November 2021, number of participants: 15)

Clothing donation drive

Used book donation drive

Toshiba Electronics Shanghai Co. Ltd. (China)

To recycle resources, old books were collected from employees and donated to those in need.
(Implemented in October 2021, number of participants: 12)

Used book donation drive

Eco-bag distribution activities

Toshiba Electronics Shanghai Co. Ltd. (China)

Activities were conducted to distribute eco-bags to passersby to promote their use.

Eco-bag distribution activities

School greening activities: Eco video contest

Toshiba Information Equipment Philippines, Inc. (Philippines)

In August 2021, an eco video contest was held to raise greening awareness among elementary, middle, and high school students in Biñan and Calamba. 38 students from 20 schools participated in this contest, in which they were asked to create a video on the theme "Sustainability is in your hands," and 27 videos were submitted. Awards were presented to the best entries.

School greening activities: Eco video contest

Health Up, Carbon Down Campaign

Toshiba Electronics Korea Corporation (South Korea)

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, a non-face-to-face decarbonization campaign was conducted for all employees, including the president. Each of the 39 participants was required to walk at least 70,000 steps during the two-week campaign period, with the goal of not only improving their health, but also reducing their excessive use of cars and elevators. As a result, 3,854,713 steps were taken. This figure far exceeded the 39 employees' target of 2,730,000 steps, contributing to a reduction of approximately 651 kg of CO2 emissions (in-house calculation). 

Overview
-Period: March 13 (Sun.) to 26 (Sat.), two weeks
-Goal: To achieve at least 70,000 steps per person during the period (5,000 steps/person/day)
*1 step = Approx. 0.000169 kg carbon reduction
40 people (expected number of participants) x 70,000 steps = 2,800,000 steps → Approx. 473.2 kg carbon reduction result

Results
-Participants: 39
-Toshiba Electronics Korea Corporation: 3,854,713 steps achieved → 3,854,713 steps x 0.000169 kg = 651 kg (in-house calculation)

Health Up, Carbon Down Campaign

"PET to PPE" activities

Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand Co., Ltd. (Thailand)

In response to the shortage of medical suits worn by medical professionals due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both companies participated in a program to recycle plastic bottles collected from employees' homes and premises into PPE medical suits through a local recycling organization. At Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand Co., Ltd., 8,731 plastic bottles were collected and recycled into 485 sets of medical suits.

"PET to PPE" activities

5R illustrated postcard making

Japan Semiconductor Corporation Oita Operation (Oita City, Oita Prefecture)

5R illustrated postcard making

We invited our employees and their families to write illustrated postcards about the 5Rs (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle) in order to raise awareness of the 5Rs among our employees. Entries were posted on Japan Semiconductor's external homepage.
Total number of entries: 123

Local communication activities connected by flowers

Japan Semiconductor Corporation Oita Plant (Oita City, Oita Prefecture)

Local communication activities connected by flowers

Tulip bulbs (approx. 2,000) were provided to local community associations and nearby elementary schools. As visiting classes were cancelled and joint activities with the community were restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we exchanged information on the school's thinking and the activities of the community association through tulip bulbs.

5R remote tour

Japan Semiconductor Corporation Oita Plant (Oita City, Oita Prefecture)

5R remote tour

With the aim of raising awareness of sorting waste, participants listened to a remote broadcast of how waste is managed and processed at the recycling center, the state of sorting, and the voices of recycling center workers.
Number of participants: 105 (including other sites)

Regular publication of environmental newsletter

Japan Semiconductor Corporation Iwate/Oita Operation (Oita City, Oita Prefecture, Kitakami City, Iwate Prefecture)

Ecoji News February 2022 Edition
Ecoji News February 2022 Edition

We published a monthly environmental newsletter, "Ecoji News," at all Japan Semiconductor workplaces and resident companies, etc., to disseminate information on the status of environmental activities and the environment, and to raise employee awareness of environmental issues.

Implementation of community cleanup activities

Toshiba Hokuto Electronics Corporation (Asahikawa City, Hokkaido)

Implementation of community cleanup activities

We separated and collected empty cans, cigarettes, and other waste, focusing on the parking lots and commuting routes used by employees to improve our connection with the local community.

Participation in the creation of citizen flower beds

Toshiba Hokuto Electronics Corporation (Asahikawa City, Hokkaido)

Participation in the creation of citizen flower beds

We participated in the "community development full of flowers" organized by Asahikawa City. Ten people participated in this activity and maintained flower beds on the city street in front of the plant.

Cleanup of Shinmaiko Beach in Tatsuno City

Himeji Toshiba E.P. Corporation (Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture)

Cleanup of Shinmaiko Beach in Tatsuno City

A total of 55 employees (including family members) took part in a cleanup of Shinmaiko Beach in Tatsuno City.

Responsive actions taken for onsite surveys conducted periodically by administrative authorities

Kaga Toshiba Electronics Corporation

Onsite surveys are periodically conducted by administrative authorities at plants that have concluded the agreement on pollution prevention. Efforts are made to sustain stable operations and to disclose accurate information to keep manufacturing plants safe for all residents of the local community.

Responsive actions taken for onsite surveys conducted periodically by administrative authorities

An international coastal cleanup effort

NuFlare Technology, Inc.

Our employees participated in an international coastal cleanup effort sponsored by JEAN, a non-profit environmental NGO, held at Kugenuma Kaihin Park in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The international coastal cleanup effort is an international effort to investigate garbage picked up at around the same time and in the same way at waterside areas such as seas, rivers, and lakes all around the world before sharing this data. The garbage that was picked up contained a lot of fine plastic waste.

An international coastal cleanup effort

Kaga Toshiba Forest greenery development activities

Kaga Toshiba Electronics Corporation

As an ISO-certified company for developing rural natural areas in Ishikawa, we rented over 8 acres of Tatsunokuchi Kyuuryou Park in Nomi City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where we continue greenery development activities with employees and their families twice a year in spring and autumn as part of our ‘Kaga Toshiba Forest’.

Our activities are entering their 7th year, and continuous activity was positively evaluated the “Meritorious Person for Forest Environment of Ishikawa” awarded in 2018.

Kaga Toshiba Forest greenery development activities