Download: J4CE Noteworthy Cases/Initiatives 2022
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About resource recycling of used ink cartridges
We have realized the first system in Japan to collect and reuse used cartridges of inkjet printers on a nationwide scale.
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.
Overseas Development of Infrastructure Maintenance Business
MITSUI & CO., LTD. SHO-BOND Holdings Co., Ltd.
SHO-BOND is a domestic leader in comprehensive maintenance support. It is engaged in research and development of construction methods and materials centering on the design and construction of roads, bridges, railways, ports, and buildings.
Association for Electric Home Appliances Panasonic Corporation TOSHIBA CORPORATION Hitachi Global Life Solutions, Inc. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation SHARP CORPORATION Sony Corporation
A system for the collection and recycling by manufacturers(Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi GLS, Mitsubishi, Sharp, Sony, etc.) of four home appliances* handed over from retailers.
Value networks creation between organizations for circular economy
Circular Economy Association
We aim to establish the support system on value network creation for circular economy between organizations in accordance with the following approaches.
Revalue Project to create new value from factory waste
We are promoting the Revalue Project to create new value from factory waste in the form of totally new products, through creative design.
Recovering various types of valuable metals by a large-scale smelting and recycling complex
DOWA HOLDINGS CO.,LTD.
We have advanced technologies for recovering around 20 types of valuable metals, including various rare metals, which are contained in minute quantities in ores, as well as copper and zinc from various raw materials. We have cultivated these technologies through many years of mining and smelting business operation.
Recovery and Recycle System for Precious Metals in Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Residue
TAIHEIYO CEMENT CORPORATION
This is a project to efficiently recover and recycle precious metals such as gold and silver, which are contained in very small amounts in the incineration residue, by using the eco-cement system that stably and massively recycles municipal waste incineration residue.
Cloud services: Environmental effects of services based on low-carbon and resource-recycling systems utilizing our own data centers
Fujitsu provides a cloud service which using own data centers as a cloud service provides users with the following advantage: Resource optimization, Strengthening of business continuity, Realizing stable operation of systems, and Reduction in maintenance burden.
Recycling of used lithium-ion batteries
DOWA ECO-SYSTEM CO., LTD.
In October 2018, we participated in a joint collection scheme for used lithium-ion batteries launched by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, and ECO-SYSTEM AKITA CO., LTD. and ECO-SYSTEM SANYO CO., LTD. registered as the battery recycling facilities.
Lithium Supply Chain in the Next Mobility Strategy of Toyota Tsusho
Toyota Tsusho Corporation
With an eye towards acquiring lithium resources, Toyota Tsusho began to conduct studies on global mining reserves in 2008, just as the popularity of lithium-ion batteries began to surge.
Recycle of car in Circular Economy Strategy of Toyota Tsusho
Toyota Tsusho Corporation
Since the establishment of Toyota Metal Co., Ltd. in 1970 for the purpose of proper disposal / recycling promotion and spread of scrapped vehicles, we have created automobile-related recycling businesses in Japan and overseas, aiming for effective utilization of limited resources, ranging from automobile production process waste to used automobiles.