The reuse of bottles, a project started since the founding of Tokyo Powder, has had a new start this year, with the cooperation of dealers nationwide.
The REUSE plan for individuals continues to increase the novelty of the program. The collection store list will be updated in late April and is currently only for Japan.
Click here for bottle collection stores (Only in Japan)
Continue reading “Reuse with emotion.”
I created a page about sustainability under the page “SUSTAINABILITY”
We have summarized the estimates and reports for 2018, our fifth year compiling this data.
Although the calculation of 2017 is listed – these are not exact due to inventory and other reasons. Some of the raw materials have been carried over from 2017, and the capital goods purchases in 2017 were large but amounting to 14% lower than the increase in fuel. In the future, there may be some variation in the calculation, but it can be said that the number of ongoing activities after deducting capital goods is higher than last year.
Continue reading “SUSTAINABILITY: CO2 emissions in 2018”
100% renewable energy should have been our first step in establishing Tokyo Powder.
There are a lot of hurdles involved to use renewable energy to cover only the electrical consumption in the company’s operation. Carbon and other pollutants are emitted at the time of capital investment and production of equipment, as well as restrictions on recycling at the time of disposal, methods of production – all options the most suitable for our business activities and keeping costs low.
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A while ago, an article of the impact of chalk appeared on Climbing Magazine website. It is interesting in many ways, and it talks about the details of mining magnesite and extracting Magnesium Carbonate from it, and the manufacturers that sell it as commodities. Only last year, pollution control was implemented at the magnesite mining factory in China.
The Hidden Environmental Cost of Climbing Chalk
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