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Environmental protection system - Procedures for operational control at shore office

Procedures for operational control at shore office include:

Reduction of generation of wastes

Separation of wastes at shore offices:

Thorough separation of wastes into combustibles, bottles, cans, plastics, batteries, etc., and promotion of recycling;

Placing waste baskets according to purposes and requesting the local waste contractor to cooperate in thorough separation and collection of waste;

Efforts to raise awareness through meetings, etc. of the need to voluntarily reduce waste

Reduction of the Consumption of Natural Resources

Reduction of use of paper for output of office equipment

Promotion of the Cabinet Zero Project (Reduce space for document Stowage);

Promotion of documentation in electronic forms;

Study of the expansion of green supplies and adoption of recycled products

Reduction of Consumption of Electric Power

Turning off electric lights as soon as they become unnecessary;

Review of temperature setting for air conditioning



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