CONSOLIDATED SUMMARY OF SECOND TOYOTA NORTH AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PLAN (FY2007-FY2011)



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ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

GOAL 1:  Promote the development of technologies to achieve best-in-class fuel efficiency performance

Targets:

   

1.1  Annually meet or exceed CAFE and CAFC standards in U.S. and Canada, respectively

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1.2  Continue development and deployment of fuel-efficient technologies through the proactive engagement of stakeholders

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GOAL 2:  Introduce vehicle technologies, which support the diversification of energy and fuel sources

Targets:

   

2.1  Promote awareness of the CO2 reductions and energy security benefits of biofuels and synthetic fuels

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2.2  Partner with industry and government to identify and solve challenges toward full-scale commercialization of alternatively fueled vehicles

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GOAL 3:  Promote the development of clean-energy vehicles and ensure wider market acceptance

Target:

   

3.1  Demonstrate feasibility, support necessary infrastructure development, and advocate policies that promote progress toward full-scale commercialization of advanced vehicle technologies

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GOAL 4:  Promote initiatives to reduce traffic congestion through a variety of networking technologies

Target:

   

4.1  (Revised) Promote and communicate Toyota's efforts in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) through media outreach, educational seminars and creation of ITS collateral assets

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Goal 5:  Understand current CO2 emissions volumes from North American operations and take action to reduce emissions

Targets:

   

MANUFACTURING

   

5.1  Using FY2002 as a base year, reduce total energy usage of manufacturing facilities/operations in North America by 27% per vehicle produced to 6.3MMBTU/vehicle produced

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5.2  Meet or exceed AAM Climate VISION target of a 10% reduction in CO2 emissions per vehicle from U.S. assembly operations by CY2012 (CY2002 base year)

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SALES AND LOGISTICS

   

5.3a  By fiscal year 2011, reduce energy consumption of U.S. facilities by 18% compared to FY2001 baseline

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5.3b  By fiscal year 2011, reduce energy consumption of U.S. facilities by 26% compared to FY2001 baseline

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5.4  Achieve 10% reduction in energy consumption from all Toyota Canada facilities by 2010

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5.5  Track greenhouse gas emissions resulting from U.S. vehicle and parts logistics and continue to evaluate logistics-related emissions reduction methods (e.g., modal shifts, new technologies)

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RECYCLING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

GOAL 6:  Further promote and apply the Design for Recycling (DfR) concept

Target:

   

6.1  Evaluate new materials from renewable resources toward further introduction of eco-friendly parts

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GOAL 7:  Reduce waste and the need to recycle material throughout all operations and processes

Targets:

   

MANUFACTURING FACILITIES

   

7.1  Reduce nonsaleable waste (nonhazardous waste plus materials Toyota pays to be recycled) to 30 kg/vehicle

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7.2  Maintain near-zero waste to landfill

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NONPRODUCTION FACILITIES:  Vehicle Design Facilities:

   

7.3  Achieve zero hazardous landfill and reduce nonhazardous waste toward zero landfill

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SALES AND LOGISTICS FACILITIES

   

7.4  Recycle 75% of Toyota Motor Sales Headquarters waste in FY2010

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7.5  Divert 95% waste from Toyota Canada main campus from landfill by FY2010

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7.6  Reduce Toyota Canada facility paper consumption per person by 25% by FY2010

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7.7  Reduce nonhazardous waste to landfill from U.S. North American Parts Operations by 62% from FY2006 baseline by FY2013

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7.8  Achieve and maintain a 90% recycling rate at U.S. Toyota Logistics Services by FY2011

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GOAL 8:  Reduce water consumption

Targets:

   

MANUFACTURING:

   

8.1  Reduce water usage to 0.98 kgal/vehicle

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SALES AND LOGISTICS

   

8.2a  For U.S. facilities, evaluate baseline in FY2008 and set reduction targets in FY2009, focusing on areas where water is most scarce

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8.2b  Maintain water consumption at FY2008 levels

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8.3  Achieve 10% water consumption reduction from Toyota Canada facilities by 2010

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GOAL 9:  Promote management and further reduce the use of substances of concern (SOCs)

Targets:

   

9.1  Reduce the use of mercury, lead, cadmium and hexavalent chrome in OEM and service parts and accessories to the de minimis levels in
the EU Directive

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9.2  Identify and solve challenges toward effective management of additional vehicle SOCs

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9.3  Facilitate SOC tracking and verification and support the development of SOC alternatives

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AIR QUALITY

9.4  Develop and implement alternative materials to reduce vehicle cabin VOC levels

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GOAL 10:  Reduce emissions to improve air quality in urban areas

Targets:

   

10.1  Meet all applicable emissions standards, including Tier 2 and LEV II new vehicle certification standards

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10.2  Maintain leading level in-use vehicle emissions compliance performance

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10.3  Promote the development of ultra low emissions technologies and introduce the lowest emitting vehicles

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GOAL 11:  Implement initiatives to reduce and track VOC usage and emissions

Targets:

   

11.1  Vehicle Painting:  Reduce body painting VOCs to a corporate average of 14.0 g/m2

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11.2  Vehicle Plastics:  Determine a VOC baseline in FY2006 and set plant targets that begin in FY2007

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

GOAL 12:  Steadily reduce the environmental impact of Toyota vehicles over their product life cycle

Target:

   

12.1  Introduce implementation of Eco-Vehicle Assessment System (VAS) on all new or redesigned vehicle models beginning in CY2007

 

GOAL 13:  Strengthen consolidated environmental management by incorporating environmental measures at the planning stages of a product or process

Targets:

   

NA OPERATIONS - ALL

   

13.1  Minimize environmental risks and achieve leading levels of environmental performance

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13.2  Sales and Logistics: Maintain ISO 14001 certification at U.S. vehicle and parts logistics facilities

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13.3  Sales and Logistics: Achieve ISO 14001 registration at two remaining (of nine total) Toyota Canada facilities by the end of 2007

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13.4 Zero annual notices of violation and complaints

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13.5  Consider LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification for new buildings/remodeling

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13.6 Manufacturing: Develop eco-plant plans for all new production facilities (designing plants to minimize environmental impacts)

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GOAL 14:  Enhance and further promote environmental management systems for business partners

Targets:

   

14.1  SUPPLIERS:  Update Toyota environmental requirements (Green Supplier Guidelines) for U.S. manufacturing suppliers

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14.2  DEALERS:  Implement U.S. Dealer Environmental Training Program (HazMat, environmental, pollution prevention)

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14.3  DEALERS: Achieve LEED certification at eight dealerships and a Certified Service Center by FY2010. Continue to cultivate interest in LEED at dealers

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COOPERATION WITH SOCIETY

GOAL 15:  Actively contribute to sustainable development efforts

Targets:

   

15.1  Strengthen Toyota's North American philanthropy efforts toward environmental/sustainable development projects and partnerships that contribute to development of new technologies, education and the preservation of biodiversity

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15.2  Toyota Canada to maintain 25% of total philanthropic contributions directed toward environmentally focused programs

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15.3  Promote basic environmental research aimed at CO2 emissions reductions

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GOAL 16:  Enrich stakeholder communications

Target:

   

16.1  Increase the transparency of Toyota's environmental plans, activities and performance by strengthening environmental communication with government agencies, eNGOs, business partners and local communities

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RECYCLING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

GOAL 17:  Contribute to the development of a recycling-based society

Targets:

   

17.1  Launch at least 100 additional remanufactured parts applications per year

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17.2  Expand the availability of environmentally preferable paper in U.S. sales and marketing operations

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17.3  Encourage the safe and environmentally appropriate disposal of tires by dealers through the TMS Tire Program

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