Effective Use of Water Resources

Basic Stance

In recent years, natural disasters, such as droughts and floods, are frequently occurring as a result of climate change. There are regions with increasing risks of water resource shortages as the world population increases. We believe that water resources are essential to our Group's business activities, and it is important to promote business activities that effectively assess water stress* and utilize water resources. Our Group is working to reduce the use of water resources by recycling cooling water for equipment and reducing raw materials waste, including water used for preparations.
We will identify regions facing high water stress and consider possible actions by conducting water withdrawal surveys and evaluating our domestic and overseas production facilities for water stress using the World Resources Institute's Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas with the aim of effectively using water resources.

  • *Water stress: A state in which water supply and demand is tight. Water stress is when maximum available water resources per capita falls below 1,700 ㎥.

Water Resource Consumption

Water Stress Evaluation of all Production Sites

Conserving the Global Environment