Kawasaki Zero-Emission Industrial Complex
Kawasaki Zero-Emission Industrial Complex was developed as a state-of-art model facility of the Kawasaki Eco-Town Plan（full operation commenced in 2002）.
In addition to controlling waste matter generated by the business a activities of individual companies as much as possible, efforts at the complex are directed at maximizing resource-recovery from waste matter and the regeneration of energy in order to minimize the burdren on the environment.
Main initiatives implemented by Kawasaki Zero-Emission Industrial Complex
- Acquisition of joint certification of ISO14001 for the entire industrial Complex
- Setting of higher reduction targets than emission standards of the generated environmental burden
- Joint reception by the neighboring businesses of the electricity from the surplus electricity
- Effective use of sewerage water after advanced treatment as an alternative for water for industrial use
- Utilization of sewerage sludge ash a raw material in cement in nearby factories
Main initiatives taken by individual businesses
Economic and Labor Affairs Bureau
Kawasaki Frontier Building 10th Floor,
11-2, Ekimae-honcho, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Japan, 210-0007