2014 Toyota North American Environmental Report

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2014 Toyota North American Environmental Report

Welcome to Toyota's 2014 North American Environmental Report. This year's report focuses on five priority issues: CARBON, WATER, MATERIALS, BIODIVERSITY and OUTREACH. 

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Windshield Wrapping: Toyota Makes Waste Reduction Opportunities Visible
Toyota takes waste management seriously. That’s why all materials—everything used to make our vehicles, not just what ends up in the final product—and processes are evaluated to improve chemical management and waste minimization.For instance, our manufacturing facilities changed the packing used to ship windshields,...
Dec 23, 2014 9:05 AM ET
Video: Leave it to Beaver
Sometimes it’s best to let nature take its course.That’s what Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi environmental specialist Sean McCarthy learned when he and other team members tried to stifle the SimCity tendencies of some resourceful rodents....
Dec 19, 2014 8:05 AM ET
Toyota Takes Big Steps to Reduce Its Carbon Footprint
  Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, with help from Waste Services of the Bluegrass, is converting methane from a local landfill into renewable electricity to power Toyota’s Georgetown assembly plant.Landfill gas is comprised of both...
Dec 11, 2014 10:20 AM ET
Toyota’s 360 Watch on Water
  When it comes to stewardship of that most precious liquid H2O, Toyota’s approach is anything but watered down. Certified LEED Toyota and Lexus...
Dec 8, 2014 10:05 AM ET
From Backing Biodiversity to Leading on LEED: Toyota Tackles Environmental Priorities
December 3, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Who isn’t worried about water these days? Concerned about carbon?  Count us in. That’s why we've sold more than 2.4 million Toyota and Lexus hybrids in North America, which save approximately 500 million gallons of gasoline annually. That’s why we will soon be manufacturing the Camry Hybrid and Avalon Hybrid using a green energy source: landfill gas...
Dec 3, 2014 11:00 AM ET