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SDGs and Eco Action

Irohado Ltd. has registered with the Nagano Prefecture SDGs Promotion Company Registration System.

The SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) are international goals set out in the agenda adopted at the United Nations Summit in September 2015, aiming to create a sustainable and better world by 2030.
Nagano Prefecture has established the Nagano Prefecture SDGs Promotion Company Registration System, which will enable companies within the prefecture to take concrete action.

Initiatives to achieve the SDGs

Irohado Co., Ltd. aims to shift to environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable corporate management through its efforts toward the SDGs. While efforts such as promoting diversity management, promoting the 3Rs, reducing food waste, and implementing corporate activities based on CSR are intended to achieve the 17 goals and 169 targets set out in the SDGs, we believe that these efforts are also essential for the sustainable development of the company itself. We believe that management based on the values ​​of the SDGs will lead to greater prosperity and improved happiness for the company and its employees, and will also benefit our customers and business partners. We ask all those involved in our activities to understand this policy and to support us in our efforts to achieve the sustainable development of society.

Eco Action 21

In recent years, responding to environmental problems due to the increasing influence of human activities has become a major issue. Irohado aims to be an environmentally friendly company and obtained Eco Action 21 certification and registration in 2021.
First of all, we believe that working on the SDGs is a management strategy for the future, and we were registered as a Nagano Prefecture SDGs Promotion Company in 2020. As we work on the SDGs, we will always be aware of the current situation regarding environmental impact and continue to take measures, with the belief that being a company that is environmentally conscious and will pass on resources to the next generation will be needed by the world even 100 years from now.
We are also currently working to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by turning off heat-emitting cooking appliances during breaks and by eco-driving, as well as to reduce waste and contribute to the local community by donating non-standard products generated during the manufacturing process to medical workers and Shinshu Children's Cafe (children's cafeteria).