Sumitomo Forestry Group Environmental Policy

Sumitomo Forestry Group Environmental Policy

Through our experience nurturing forests since our founding, Sumitomo Forestry Group has learned to appreciate the wonders of wood and the importance of nature. As a corporate entity with a close affinity to nature, we will pursue business activities that balance both environmental and economic interests and contribute to a sustainable society.

  1. Develop business operations centered on wood and forests
    We will cultivate forests and their ability to preserve and enhance the rich ecosystem to protect biodiversity, actively utilize timber resources and create new corporate value.
  2. Develop and offer environmentally conscious products and services
    We will develop and sell products and services that are environmentally conscious throughout the entire product lifecycle.
  3. Minimize and improve environmental impact
    To minimize and improve environmental impact, we will employ procurement practices that prevent environmental pollution and climate change and promote the effective utilization of natural resources.
  4. Ensure strict legal compliance
    We will adhere to all environmental laws, rules and regulations, global standards, voluntary standards and accords with stakeholders.
  5. Make continual improvements to our environmental management system
    We will accurately access environment-related risks associated with our business activities and with a mid-to-long-term outlook, set and work to fulfill yearly environment goals. In addition, we will regularly evaluate our environmental management system and make continual improvements.
  6. Promote environmental education
    We will provide environmental education for all parties involved in Sumitomo Forestry Group’s business operations and encourage voluntary environmental efforts.
  7. Pursue active communication
    We will actively disclose information about our environmental policies and initiatives and pursue activities that convey the wonders of trees and forests and the importance of nature.

Revised July 23, 2015
President/Representative Director
Akira Ichikawa

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