On February 5-6, Toshiba Corporation will showcase its latest environmental initiatives for the general public in the '18th Environmental Exhibition' at the company's Tokyo headquarters.
The announcement of wide-ranging exhibition introduces 100 environmentally conscious products and technologies, spotlight pro-environment activities, and seek to raise understanding of Toshiba's efforts and achievements in environmental protection.
Its new environmental targets for FY2009 were guided by Toshiba Group Environmental Vision 2050 in which the Group is implementing measures to boost environmental efficiency by 10 times in FY2050.
Main Highlights of the Exhibition
The exhibition follows the thematic framework of four approaches that Toshiba applies to its own environmental activities.
-Long life and sustainable operating technology for nuclear power plants
-Carbon Capture and Storage technology for thermal power plants
-Stable and powerful solar photovoltaic system
-Eco Products Approach
E-CORE LED lamps series
-Super power eco cube commercial air-conditioners, for shops and offices, winner of the Energy -Conservation Award 2008
-Heat pump hybrid drum washing machine TW-4000 VF, noted as an excellent ECP of FY2008
-The new LED pear shaped light bulb with 4.3W, announced by Toshiba's group company, Toshiba Lighting and Technology Corporation
-Energy reducing measures of clean rooms in semiconductor fabs
-Notebook PCs recycling programs
-Toshiba's environment audit system, EASTER
-The environment activities awarded by the Philippine governments
-Purification business for soil contaminated with PCBs
Through the development and sales of highly efficient power supply equipment and systems, and the manufacture of environmentally conscious home appliances and office equipment Toshiba believes to reduce projected CO2 emissions by a total equivalent to 117.7 million tons a year by FY2025.
The exhibition has been open to the general public since 2001 as originally directed at Toshiba Group employees and business partners.
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