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Editorial Policy

The Shin-Etsu Group started issuing the "Environmental Report" in 2000. In 2004, the report was renamed the "Environmental and Social Report" after expanding its contents to include corporate social responsibility in general. Furthermore, in 2016, the report was retitled the "CSR Report" and has been issued without interruption.

The Report also serves as a report on our Responsible Care programs1.

Referenced Guidelines

GRI Standards
Ministry of the Environment "Environmental Accounting Guidelines 2005 Edition"
Global Compact Ten Principles
UN International Bill of Rights (UDHR)
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

Period Covered by the Report
(indicated where otherwise)

Japan: April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018
Overseas: January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017

Organizations Covered by the Report

The report covers our 145 Group companies including Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd, herein after called the Company. The range of entities from which data were collected is in principles as stated below. Where otherwise, this is indicated in a separate note.

  • (1) Environmental Activity Report
    The report includes data from the 127 companies of the Group.
    63 manufacturing bases in Japan
    123 non-manufacturing bases in Japan
    49 overseas manufacturing bases
    63 overseas non-manufacturing bases
  • (2) Environmental Accounting
    The Company
  • (3) Other
    The Group, except for the Shin-Etsu Polymer Group2
  • (4) A collection of ESG data
    Consolidated companies including the Shin-Etsu Polymer Group

Previous issue: June 2017
Issued: June 2018
Next issue: scheduled for June 2019

Membership

Keidanren (Japan Business Federation)
Japan Chemical Industry Association
Vinyl Environmental Council
Plastic Waste Management Institute
The International Friendship Exchange Council
The Japan Committee for UNICEF
Global Compact Network Japan
Millennium Promise Japan, etc.

  • 1 Responsible Care programs
    A campaign encouraging enterprises that handle chemical substances to voluntarily ensure protection of the environment, safety and health in all processes, from the development of chemical substances through manufacture, distribution and utilization to final consumption, disposal or recycling, to publish the results of their activity, and to engage in dialogue and communication with society.
  • 2 For a report on the Shin-Etsu Polymer Group, see "Shin-Etsu Polymer Sustainability Report 2018" (to be published at the end of September 2018).
  • MS-SCI
  • Responsible Care