Environmental Policy

ISO14001 Certification Registration

JASCO’s head office and factory received ISO 14001 certification, the international standard for environmental management, from the Japan Standards Association (JSA) on November 20, 1997.

Management Policy

  1. customer satisfaction
  2. efficiency
  3. innovativeness
  4. research and experimentation

Environmental Policy

We deliver superior analytical instruments and analytical services to many customers around the world, support science and technology that contributes to the global environment, reduce the environmental impact of our business activities, and promote global environmental measures.

Environmental Activity Policy

  1. Continuous improvement of environmental management system
    We will maintain an environmental management system and strive for continuous improvement.
  2. Compliance with legal requirements, etc.
    We comply with legal requirements related to the environment both domestically and internationally, including other environmental requirements to which we have agreed.
  3. Environmental contribution through business activities
    (1) We provide superior analytical equipment and analytical services that support science and technology that contribute to the global environment.
    (2) We will make effective use of resources to prevent the depletion of the earth’s resources.
    (3) If there are any environmental pollutants, we will continuously monitor the discharge status and take steps to prevent environmental pollution.
    (4) We will promote green procurement and green purchasing and strive to reduce our environmental impact.

JASCO’s Environmental Management System

  • Environmental management system based on JIS Q 14001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015
  • Registration date: November 20, 1997
  • Registration number: JSAE024
  • JSA: Japanese Standards Association (General Incorporated Foundation)

In 1992, the Global Environmental Conference (commonly known as the Earth Summit) was held in Rio, Brazil, and global environmental issues were discussed. At this time, Agenda 21, an action plan with the hope of passing on a rich and bright global environment to the descendants of mankind, was adopted. In September 1996, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) established the ISO 14000 series of “Environmental Management System Standards” in order to accurately follow Agenda 21. ISO14001 is the core standard of the ISO14000 series, and defines how to build an environmental management system.