Daifuku Eco-Action Program

In 2012, Daifuku set up its Eco-Action program, which rewards Eco-points for environmental activities undertaken by employees in a bid to foster an environmental mindset, and provided a variety of ecological activities in each region. Eco-Action programs are offered at various locations. In fiscal 2017, a total of 7,474 participants carried out volunteer activities and attended environment related learning events.
Eco-points gained by the employees can be exchanged for eco-friendly goods and other rewards. In addition, an amount equivalent to the total points gained by the employees is donated to external organizations.

  • Eco-Action Program
  • Eco-Action Program
  • Eco-Action Program

Eco-Action events (examples)

Eco-Action events (examples)
Program Content / Description FY 2017
Total number of participants
Eco Field Report Learn about the environment through experiences at nature parks, zoos, museums, environmental facilities, etc. 1.308 people
Eco Quiz Eco Quiz published in the in-house newsletter. Disseminate information about the environment and deepen the understanding of this topic 2.197 people
Environment oriented household account book Allows entering data about usage of electricity and water etc. for visualization to raise awareness of energy conservation 115 people
Lake Biwa reed cutting activity Participate in a conservation cycle event to protect the reeds and encourage water purification of Lake Biwa 49 people
Non-native species fishing tournament Participate in efforts to reduce breeding of on-native fish, in order to protect the ecosystem of Lake Biwa 46 people
Water spraying event Participate in a water-spraying event together with other organizations and businesses to counter the heat island effect in urban areas 13 people
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Change in number of participants

Total number of participants
Fiscal year 2014 2015 2016 2017
Total number of participants 2.566 people 2.945 people 5.603 people 7.474 people
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In FY2018, we plan to make the following donations as a part of our Eco-Action Program, an environmental initiative in which our employees take part.

Donation target
Donation targetAmountContent
Shiga Prefectural Lake Biwa Museum
(6th consecutive year)
630,000 yen
(previous year: 600,000 yen)
Supporting renewal of the museum on its 20th anniversary
Hini Arata Kan carbon offset
(5th consecutive year)
520,000 yen
(previous year: 550,000 yen)
Submit to emissions allowance of regional CO2 reduction project, and offset by an amount equal to the Hini Arata Kan CO2 emissions and the CO2 emissions caused by visitor movement
Japan Committee for United Nations Decade on Biodiversity
(4th consecutive year)
850,000 yen
(previous year: 850,000 yen)
Various initiatives to raise mainstream public awareness of biodiversity preservation.
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Environmental Award System

Environmental Award System

We established an Environmental Award System in 2014 to recognize the environmental initiatives of individual employees and internal company groups, which serves as a driving force of our environmental management efforts. In fiscal 2017, employees participated in nature conservation activities of the Kanagawa Prefecture Mountain Federation as individuals, and as a Group, we received commendations for introducing an ecological water system making use of the characteristics of alkaline electrolyzed water to reduce environmental impact, and for realizing oil-free processing.

D-EMS (DAIFUKU Eco-Management System)

In January 2017, we launched D-EMS to allow for timely assessment of global environment data to effectively reduce our environmental impact. By receiving monthly reports of environmental information from our various sites (including non-Japan affiliates), we have sped up the gathering, aggregating and analyzing of environmental information to achieve our environmental goals.

Evaluation from Outside the Company

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