Acquisition about Eco Action 21
ATC has acquired Eco Action 21 certification, Japan’s original environmental management system (EMS) formulated by the Ministry of the Environment, to demonstrate our proactive approach to environmental conservation measures.
Action Guidelines for Environmental Conservation
We will strive to preserve the environment and maintain discipline in accordance with the ATC Code of Conduct.
Through business activities, we will continue to work on the following,
and contribute to mitigating global warming and building a sustainable society.
1. Reduction of carbon dioxide emissions
2. Reduction of waste discharge
3. Water usage reduction
4. Green Tune Up・Green Purchasing Promotion
By collaborating with companies, organizations, local governments,
we will take the lead in solving environmental and social problems,
and by promoting industry, we will lead to regional revitalization centered on the Bay Area.
We strive to improve our corporate value by actively communicating
with our stakeholders, including visitors, business partners,
shareholders, and employees, in response to the demands of society.
Examples of solutions for environmental conservation
Improving energy efficiency using seawater
Taking advantage of our location in the Bay Area, we use Nanko seawater drawn from the seawater plant in the basement of the ATC building as a heat source and cooling water.
Seawater is processed at the Nanko Heat Supply Center plant, contributing to the energy efficiency of nearby hotels, office buildings, and ATC buildings.
Installation of EV chargers
for electric vehicles
Conducting regular drills
assuming a Nankai Trough earthquake
The Nankai Trough, which extends from Suruga Bay to the Hyuga Sea, is said to have an increased possibility of a huge earthquake occurring with its epicenter here.
To protect the lives of people, including visitors, we regularly conduct drills in cooperation with related organizations to simulate a Nankai Trough earthquake. We carry out drills assuming emergencies, such as grasping the situation, providing evacuation guidance, and transporting the injured.