ATC Hall Sustainability
Theo Jansen Exhibition
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About Theo Jansen Exhibition
Introduced the first “Green Power Certificate” system at the ATC summer large-scale exhibition
Green power is "renewable energy" that uses nature such as sunlight and wind power, and at Theo Jansen's exhibition, "PV-Green", which proves green power generated from home solar power generation, will be exhibited on a large scale. In consideration of local production for local consumption, we limited the power to that produced only in Osaka Prefecture.
Osaka Metro Tie-up Benefit Adopted paper fans for products using recycled plastic.
Sell products that are close to their expiration date at half price, and sell all products.
Utilize seawater as heat source water and frozen water
Seawater pumped from the basement of the ATC Hall is processed at the Nanko Heat Supply Center.
Used as heat source water and cooling water for nearby hotels, office buildings, and ATC buildings.
Installing EV chargers for electric car
Parking Lot 1 has many EV chargers for electric cars, contributing to the spread of clean energy cars.
Promoting Waste Separation at ATC Hall
Promoting waste separation at food & beverages and fashion exhibitions. With the cooperation of the organizers, we have realized industrial waste reduction by separating and recycling cardboard, bottles, cans, etc.
Introduction of Waste Separation Stations and Scales
A separation station was installed to make it easier for hall organizers to separate waste. By introducing a scale, it becomes possible to measure the weight, making it easier to inform the organizers.