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Environmental Objectives, Targets and Results

Recognizing, based on our Group philosophy, that initiatives to preserve the earth’s environment are among the most important issues for management, we are constantly conducting activities aimed at achieving a sustainable society.

Azbil Corporation’s Environmental Objectives, Targets and Results

Environmental Objectives Targets for Fiscal Year 2017 Results for Fiscal Year 2017 Self-
Assessment
Medium-Term Objective
(Fiscal Years 2019)
1. Counteracting global warming
By FY 2019, cut CO2 emissions by 43 % or more (compared to FY 2006)*1 41 % reduction 43 % reduction Good cut CO2 emissions by 43 % or more
Increase the amount of CO2 cut through our main business 3,280,000 tons Good Increase the amount of CO2 cut through our main business
2. Environmentally friendly products
Increase net sales of environmentally friendly products Decrease % of sales of these products Poor Increase % of sales of these products
3. Resource recycling
Reduction of waste*2 4 % max.
1.4 % reduction Good 2 % max.
4. Biodiversity
Promote environmental conservation activity Continue previous initiatives Implemented as scheduled Good Continue environmental conservation activity at offices and surrounding areas
5. Management of environmental risk
Air, water quality, soil contamination, PCBs, etc. Zero instances of environmental non-conformity*3 Zero instances of environmental non-conformity Good Zero instances of environmental non-conformity
Compliance with regulations for chemicals
(Japan’s PRTR Law, EU regulations, etc.)
Appropriate compliance Good Appropriate compliance

*1.Covers Azbil Corporation, domestic consolidated subsidiaries, and overseas production bases.
*2.Manufacturing bases in Japan
*3.“Environmental non-conformity” refers to cases in which we do not satisfy an environmental law or regulation, voluntary standard, etc.