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"Environmental Management"(234KB)
"Development and Design"(390KB)
"Procurement and Production"(956KB)
"Logistics"(156KB)
"Recycling"(488KB)
"Environmental Approaches Overseas"(429KB)
"Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)"(215KB)
"Non-Automotive Businesses"(449KB)
"Communications, Social Contribution Activities"(176KB)
Special Story
Main Sites and Affiliated Companies
Environmental Data by Plant and Housing Works
Continuous Actions
English Abbreviations
Report by Tohmatsu Environmental Research Institute

The period covered by this report is the fiscal year 1999 (April 1, 1999 to March 31, 2000). It describes environmental activities, mainly concerning automobiles, carried out in Japan during that period. Please note that FY indicates Fiscal Year. Since the report is now published in August, activities which made notable progress are covered up until August.

The report begins with an overall description of Toyota "Environmental Management" and then according to the order of the lifecycle of an automobile, reports on "Development and Design," "Procurement and Production," "Logistics," and "Recycling."

The sections entitled "Development Results" and "Initiatives" at the end of each chapter, as well as the section "Special Story" at the end of the report, introduce Toyota environmental examples and projects that had particularly favorable effect in FY1999.

94% of Toyota's sales revenues derive from automobiles; however, "Non-Automotive Business" reports on other four business activities involving environmental responses.