In April 2017, Casio Computer Co., Ltd. integrated the individual ISO 14001 certifications for three sites—Hatsudai Headquarters, Hamura R&D Center, and Hachioji R&D Center—and began integrated ISO 14001 management upon achieving compliance with the 2015 version of the ISO 14001 standard.
Under this integrated ISO system, the Company established the following three company-wide committees to resolve environmentally material issues identified by Casio.
- Realizing a low-carbon society (M1 committee)
- Building a recycling society (M2 committee)
- Living in harmony with nature (M3 committee)
These committees are integrated with the Casio Environmental Conservation Committee, in which the entire Casio Group participates, so as to ensure group-wide efforts to raise performance.
List of ISO 14001 Certified Sites
|Certified and registered site||Date acquired||Remarks|
|Yamagata Casio Co., Ltd.||November 1997|
|Casio Electronic Manufacturing Co., Ltd.||September 1999|
|Casio Business Service Co., Ltd.||January 2000|
|Hamura R&D Center, Casio Computer Co., Ltd.||October 2000||In April 2017, Casio integrated ISO 14001 certifications for these 3 sites|
|Hachioji R&D Center, Casio Computer Co., Ltd.||October 2000|
|Headquarters, Casio Computer Co., Ltd. (including seven sales sites)||December 2000|
|Casio Human Systems Co., Ltd.||December 2001||Compliance with 2015 certification|
|Casio Techno Co., Ltd.||May 2002|
|Casio Computer (Hong Kong) Ltd.||December 1999|
|Casio (Thailand) Co., Ltd.||July 2012|
|Casio Taiwan Co., Ltd.||December 2001|
|Casio Electronics (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.||February 2002|
|Casio Electronics (Zhongshan) Co., Ltd.||April 2002|
Compliance with Environmental Laws
In fiscal 2016, Casio was not subject to any legal violations, penalties, fines, or lawsuits relating to the environment.