Contributing to the Creation of Sustainable Local Communities
Social needs for waste treatment facilities have been diversifying. In the past, they merely burned waste to hygienically treat it. Today, they are local energy centers generating energy from waste, disaster response bases and places for communications among local residents. In addition to properly treating the waste created by local communities to ensure hygienic living environments for everyone, they recover the heat emitted from waste incineration to generate electricity. The ash generated from incineration is fully recycled into recycled building materials as construction material and valuable metals including gold are recovered. We provide systems like this that enable the circulation of resources for the local utilization of waste and energy to help build a sustainable society.
Resource circulation established by EBARA Environmental Plant
· Providing waste treatment facilities with long-term operation
Proposing projects that minimize life cycle cost in the economical, stable and sustainable treatment of local waste
· Providing functions that ensure local safety in a disaster
Increasing the resilience of facilities and stockpiling supplies for disaster response base to ensure safety and hygiene for local residents in a disaster
· Providing services that are familiar to locals and that help raise environmental awareness
Providing facilities that enable locals to gather and provide enriching environmental awareness-raising activities to improve environmental awareness and reduce the volume of waste.
· Initiatives for regional revitalization
Stimulating local businesses and promoting local employment
· Cooperating in regional activities to help achieve the SDGs
Making proposals of actions to help achieve the SDGs