Eco Activities

Toshiba Singapore

Myanmar Going Green

In line with Toshiba Singapore's Go Green program, the Lucky Bird Group in Yangon, had also taken part in the environmental conservation program. The Managing Director Mr Kelvin Khine has promised to plant a tree in Myanmar Info-Tech Campus for every high quality e-STUDIO MFP sold.

Fight Against Global Warming - Thailand

Toshiba Singapore and FMA Group had organised a tree-planting activity with the objective to fight against global warming. This project was led by Mr Ukrit Taychachaiwongse, Sales and Marketing Director of FMA Group, together with his 60 staffs and executive team from Toshiba Singapore. A total of 200 trees were planted with the second objective to develop and sustain the ecology around the community of Sriracha Adventist Center. 

Corporate Tree Planting Day - Singapore

Toshiba Singapore, Electronics Imaging Division’s Plant-A-Tree program aims to encourage corporate customers to participate in tree planting activity and at the same time build environmental consciousness.

When corporate customers purchase an e-STUDIO Multifunction Printer (MFP), Toshiba will plant a tree at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Customers were invited to the Wetland Reserve to know more about the preservation of the Reserve and did the actual tree planting at the site. It was a meaningful event as customers understand that this Plant-A-Tree Program is our 'green investment' for the future.

Japan

Promote the 1.5 Million Tree Planting Project

Toshiba Group is promoting conservation of the natural environment through the 1.5 million tree-planting project with the aim to contribute to the conservation of the natural environment, biodiversity and water sources; promote the cultivation of nature-loving people; and provide a rich natural environment for the future generation.

In fiscal 2008, Toshiba Group undertook tree-planting activities in 12 sites in Japan and 6 overseas sites, contributing to 600,000 total accumulated planted trees. In addition, they are working in cooperation with local governments. As a part of these efforts, the Group has entered into agreements for forest maintenance with 6 local governments, including Tokyo and Hyogo Prefecture by fiscal 2008.

For more information on Social and Environmental Activities, please visit http://www.toshibatec.com/csr/index.html

 

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