2013 Toyota North American Environmental Report

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2013 Toyota North American Environmental Report

Toyota’s 2013 North American Environmental Report gives you information about our environmental activities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Information, data and stories cover all aspects of the vehicle life cycle - research and development, manufacturing, logistics and sales. We also describe our relationships with suppliers and dealerships, as well as how we support our communities through environmental stewardship and education initiatives. 

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Paving the Road to Zero Waste at Toyota’s Indiana Plant
How do you turn manufacturing sludge into a sustainable building material? Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana (TMMI) offers a “concrete” example.Before 2010, water used in the manufacturing process was pumped into the plant’s wastewater treatment system.  It was...
Apr 10, 2014 1:45 PM ET
VIDEO: Toyota + Engaged Communities: Toyota Partners With World Wildlife Fund in the Galápagos
For more than a decade, Toyota has been working with World Wildlife Fund to transform the Galápagos Islands into a model of community-based conservation and sustainable development. These efforts are helping to conserve a unique ecosystem while building the human capacity of the islands. Learn more about our community engagement efforts at: ...
Dec 19, 2013 9:15 AM ET
VIDEO: Toyota + Greener Dealerships: Building Green Dealerships Across North America
Toyota's latest dealership opening in San Francisco is also the company's third LEED® Platinum-certified dealership in the U.S. and the first ever for California. The dealership was able to leave nearly 100 percent of the original 1800s barn structure intact during the renovation. Learn more about sustainable building at our dealerships at: ...
Dec 17, 2013 11:10 AM ET
How Toyota Saves 61 Million Gallons of Water Annually
Plant processes, such as painting vehicles, require very pure H20. Typically 25 percent of the water coming into a facility doesn’t make the cut. But by implementing a system called reverse osmosis that separates impurities before the manufacturing process, Toyota has increased usable water from 75 to 90 percent at several of its...
Dec 16, 2013 3:40 PM ET
Toyota Indiana 'Plant' Builds a Forest
Leaves rustle and twigs snap under the scuffle of small shoes. A light wind blows; the air is crisp. And Hoosiers can breathe a bit easier, thanks to a 160-acre woods Toyota has planted near its Princeton, Ind., facility.The afforestation project grew from an idea that began 16 years ago, when then plant president, Seizo...
Dec 13, 2013 8:25 AM ET