Stance on the Environment

For a future in which we exist in harmony with the planet

We will endeavor to achieve a carbon-neutral society by 2050.

We will endeavor to achieve a carbon-neutral society by 2050.

Tangible actions related to the environment

The CLOMA mark

CLOMA stands for the Japan Clean Ocean Material Alliance.
This association was established to encouraging new reduce-reuse-recycle efforts (the three Rs) to achieve the sustainable use of plastic products, develop and introduce alternative materials and accelerate innovation in collaboration with the public and private sectors with a view toward solving marine plastic waste issues.
We engage in development of environmentally friendly products such as products with enhanced recyclability and products made from raw materials derived from fewer petroleum resources.

The ISCC mark

ISCC stands for International Sustainability and Carbon Certification. This mark is provided under a biomass and bioenergy certification initiative.
The mark states that sustainable raw materials are used in the product and that the supply chain is transparent.
We have acquired ISCC PLUS certification. We will promote the biomass PP films made from biomass raw materials for which the certification was granted to continuously increase our supply of environmentally friendly products.

The Biomass Mark

The Biomass Mark may be displayed on environmentally friendly products that use biologically derived resources, or biomass, to conform to the quality requirements and to relevant laws and standards.
We offer products with the Biomass Mark certification. Our plastic films, whose formulas include biomass raw materials, can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Reference website: Japan Organics Recycling Association