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Bottle-to-Bottle Closed Loop Recycling Projects in 2021
Japan Soft Drink Association
In 2020, we implemented tests and educative activities with various stakeholders in Tokyo to promote bottle-to-bottle recycling, which means Closed Loop Recycling of PET Bottles.
Realization of a recycling-oriented society through solar power generation
Niimi Solar Company
Currently, various technologies are being used to recycle solar panels, but our "Solar Panel Pyrolysis Plant using Sakumoto’s Method" is the only technology in the world that can decompose organic matter without emitting carbon dioxide and extract high-purity materials from solar panels.
Green Purchasing Network (GPN)
The Eco-products Database is the largest database that discloses environmental information about products and services along the Green Purchasing Guidelines.
Seven & i Group PET Bottle Circulation Initiatives
Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd.
The Seven & i Group has been installing plastic bottle reverse bending machines in our stores since 2012.
Initiatives to Reduce Packaging Materials
Development of crush-proof cushioning technique achieved in one single cardboard for products of different sizes Sanitary ware is hard and less prone to scratching and dents; on the other hand, such products are heavy and can be fragile.
Resource Recycling Project
NEION Film Coatings Corp． TOYOBO CO., LTD. Shionogi Pharma Co., Ltd. TOPPAN INFOMEDIA CO., LTD. Mitsui Bussan Chemicals ., LTD
A material called release paper is used for the label mount. This release paper is an indispensable material in the printing and molding processes, but in many cases it is removed and discarded before reaching the consumer.
Remanufacturing of Multifunction Devices
Since 1992, Canon has undertaken remanufacturing of used multifunction devices.We collect used devices and break them down into parts, which are washed and cleaned using optimal techniques.
Toner Cartridge Closed-Loop Recycling
In 1990, Canon launched its Toner Cartridge Recycling Program, the first such program in the industry. The program continues to operate today.
Started a demonstration experiment on store management of "100% renewable energy" utilizing electric vehicle batteries, high-performance solar panels, and electricity derived from "Graduate FIT"
Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd. SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO.,LTD. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. 4R Energy Corporation
EVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN Co., Ltd. has started a demonstration experiment to procure all electric energy for store operations from renewable energy sources at 10 Seven-Eleven stores in Kanagawa Prefecture since September 26, 2019 (Thursday).
World's first uses 100% of PET bottles collected at stores achieves complete recycling of PET bottles Premium Seven x 1 (Hajime) "1 (Hajime) Green Tea One Bottle a Day" released at Seven & i Group stores nationwide
Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd. Coca-Cola(Japan)Company, Limited
Coca-Cola(Japan)Company, Limited and Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd. renewed their joint project product "1 (Hajime) Green Tea One Bottle a Day" (Food with Functional Claims), which has been a favorite since its launch in May 2017, using completely circular PET bottles (*1) recycled from collected PET bottles at Seven & i Group stores.
Considering Collaborating with DIC Corporation to Realize Chemical Recycling
FP Corporation DIC Corporation
FP Corporation believes that expansion of recycling activities is one of the most effective measures against climate changes and ocean plastic issue and is steadily executing its "FPCO Method recycling" of "Tray to Tray" and "Bottle to Tray" which have been established by FP Corporation as mono-material recycling systems.
Complete Material Recycling System for Disposable Diapers
TOPPAN INC. TOTAL CARE SYSTEM Co. Sumitomo Heavy Industries Environment Co.,Ltd.
Until now, disposable diapers composed of composite materials, such as plastic and pulp, have been regarded as unsuitable for recycling, and thus, after use, have been positioned as waste plastic and incinerated. Currently, pulp is recycled as a raw material for building materials,