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Promote International Contribution through Environmental Technology  . Kawasaki City November , 2011. Where Is Kawasaki City Located?. Access to Kawasaki Haneda Int’l Airport →Kawasaki City 13min ( Railroad ) Narita Int’l Airport →Kawasaki City 90min ( Railroad ). Profile of Kawasaki City.

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Promote international contribution through environmental technology

Promote International Contribution through Environmental Technology  

Kawasaki City

November , 2011


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

Where Is Kawasaki City Located?

Access to Kawasaki

Haneda Int’l Airport →Kawasaki City

13min(Railroad)

Narita Int’l Airport →Kawasaki City

90min(Railroad)


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

Profile of Kawasaki City

Kawasaki City, called “Industrial City Kawasaki” was developed as a city of manufacturing; recently, the city is transforming drastically into a city of high-tech technology and industry, a base for industrial technology and research & development, which leads Japan.

1,431,172 people (Sep.1,2011)

144.35 K㎡

5214.0 billion yen

Manufacturing

Service

Transportation ・ Service

General machinery

Metal products

Electric

New manufacturing technology

Info / telecommunication

Environment

Welfare

Lifestyle / culture

Population

Area

Gross production

of the city

Major Industries

Major manufacturing

industries

Developing industries

Shortest distance 33.13km

Highest elevation

148.0m (above sea level)

Asao-Ward Kurokawa area

Lowest elevation

- 0.365m (above sea level)

Kawasaki-ward Oshima area


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

:Japanese company

:Foreign affiliated

company

:Science park and

R&D industrial housing

Integration of Research and Development

◎Number of R & D institutions:225

 (201 privately owned, 22 universities or other research institutes)※

MITSUBISHI RAYON

(technology・information center)

NEC(office、central research institute)

TOKYO OHKA KOGYO(head office)

Mitsutoyo(head office)

FUJITSU(head office、factory)

HOLLYWOOD COSMETICS

(research institute、factory)

TOSHIBA(R&D center)

SUNTORY

(product development

center)

Canon

(office)

TOSHIBA SEMICONDUCTOR(micro-electronics center)

Dell(head office)

Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology(head office)

NIHON Medtronic(head office)

MINIT・ASIA・PACIFIC(head office)

Canon

(office)

Tama ward

Haneda

Int’l airport

KAO(factory)

NIHON IBM

(office)

Takatsu ward

TONEN GENERAL SEKIYU

(factory、 central research institute)

Asao ward

Miyamae ward

Nakahara ward

AJINOMOTO

(office、 research institute)

NIPPON UNICAR

(factory、R&D department)

C’BON

(head office)

Kanagawa gate area

Saiwai ward

Tyco Electronics AMP

(head office)

MICIM CITY

ASML Japan Co., Ltd. (head office)

Japan TUV SUD Ohtama

(examination room)

HITACHI

( research institute)

Kawasaki ward

MITSUBISHIFUSO TRUCK&BUS

(head office)

Pioneer(office)

Canon(office)

HITACHI

(office)

TOYSRUS JAPAN(head office)

TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER

COMPANY (thermal power plant)

D&M holdings(head office)

KSP

NIHON LOREAL(R&D center)

FUJI XEROX(office)

ASAHI KASEI(factory)

Shin Kawasaki science park

THINK

Asian entrepreneur community

JX NIPPON OIL & ENERGY

Keio town campus

KBIC

ZEON(factory、 research institute )

JFE STEEL

(ironwork)

SHOWA DENKO(office、R&D center)

NISSHIN SEIFUN(factory)

※ Kawasaki Innovation status

research (FY 2007)

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Learned from pollutions

Sky of Kawasaki (1968)

Sky of Kawasaki (2010)

A large improvement was achieved through countermeasures by a joint effort of businesses, citizens, and local authorities.

Smokes from factories of the coastal area were hanging over the city.

The atmospheric conditions were considerably improved by the countermeasures. In winter when the atmosphere is stable, Mt. Fuji can be seen in distance.


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The Role Kawasaki Should Play

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000

2010

Population

630,000

970,000

1,040,000

1,170,000

1,250,000

1,420,000

320,000

Kawasaki International ECO-Tech Fair

Initiative for the Development of Entrepreneurship in Asia Concept

“Eco-Town” concept formulation, the nation’s first certified “ECO-Town”

Coping with the Oil Shock

Coordination with UNEP

Formulation of CC Kawasaki

Coping with serious industrial pollution problems

Coping with a state of emergency declaration regarding waste

International Environmental Special Zone Concept

Energy Conservation Measures

Antipollution Measures

3 R Measures

Resource/Energy Recycling and Effective Utilization

Global Warming Measures

○In the process of dealing with a variety of environmental issues, a vast amount of environmental technology and know-how has been accumulated within Kawasaki City

○Contributing to solving environmental problems on a global-scale is Kawasaki’s responsibility through transferring these experiences overseas


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

Technology and Know-how Gained through Antipollution Measures

Initiatives of businesses

Initiatives of residents

○ Promotion of corporate and government anti-pollution measures through various activities including registering of complaints and filing petitions

○ Cultivation of a heightened awareness of the environment among residents

○Aggressive investment in antipollution measures

○Development of technology and know-how for preventing pollution

○ Training of technicians and engineers in pollution prevention

○Establishment of a pollution victim relief system

○Signing of air pollution prevention agreements with 39 factories

○ Establishment of anti-pollution local government ordinances

○ Introduction of a monitoring system

Initiatives of government

Flue gas treatment system

Realization of a dramatic improvement in the atmospheric environment

Accumulation of superior environmental technology and know-how

in the course of implementing various antipollution measures


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Carbon Challenge Kawasaki Eco-Strategy

  • Announced the basic strategy of Kawasaki City’s countermeasure against global warming in February 2008.

Basic concept

To promote a virtuous and harmonious circle for “environment” and “economy”, and to engage the entire city in the development of a sustainable society on a global scale.

Promote Environmental Measures that Capitalize on Advantages and Features of Kawasaki

Promote international contributions through environmental technology.

Promote CO2 Reduction through Collaboration of

a Variety of Actors

  • To promote CC Kawasaki, CC Kawasaki Eco Conference (Kawasaki Promotion Conference of Countermeasure against Global Warming) was established in July 2008 by citizens and businesses.


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

International Environmental Special Zone Concept

Bring together and advance existing industries and facilitate the accumulation of research institutes and high-tech industrial companies, etc., while aiming to make international contributions through the transfer of environmental technology to the Asian region

Potential of Kawasaki Waterfront

Special Measures Resulting from Zone Restructuring

・Accumulation of leading manufacturing technology

・Accumulation of businesses possessing leading

environmental technology

・Located next to the national capital region and its

large consumer base

・Located next to Haneda Airport which is undergoing

internationalization and further expansion

・Promote Acceptance of Foreign Researchers

・Prioritize Entry/Resident Applications for Foreigners

・Grant visas to business persons preparing to open branches of foreign affiliated firms

By concentrating in one area researchers, technicians, research institutions, and domestic and foreign affiliated businesses related to the environmental field:

○Leading-edge research and development base will be formed

○New industry will be created (environmental technology, robotics, nanotechnology, etc.)

○Research results of an international level will be acquired

Overcome environmental issues in the Asian region, contribute to solving global environmental problems such as global warming

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Realization of a Mutually Beneficial Cycle between the Environment and Industry

【Kawasaki’s Fundamental Plan to create the Town harmonizing with Environment(Kawasaki Eco-Town Plan)】

○Companies go for eco-friendly

○Companies collaborate together for eco-friendly on site

○Research for sustainable development of coastal area on environment

○Contribution for international communication and sending performance

Appointed zone

  • The plan was approved by MITI (at present, METI) in 1997

  • Appointed area : Whole Kawasaki Coastal zone (2,800ha)

  • Purpose 1: Facilitate companies operating there to develop resources recycling production and install new equipments for resources recycling

  • Purpose 2 : Construct Kawasaki Zero Emissions Industrial Park oriented to waste reuse and recycling

Realization of a Mutually Beneficial Cycle between the Environment and Industry

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Advanced recycling facilities concentrated

Facilities of reusing material for blast furnace from waste plastics/concrete setting frame production from waste plastics/used electric appliances recycling (JFE Group)

Facility of producing material for ammonia from used plastics (Showa Denko KK)

Recycling cement production facility (DC CO.,LTD.)

Kawasaki Zero Emissions Industrial Park

PET to PET recycling facility (PETREFINETECHNOLOGY.CO.,LTD)

Difficult-to-recyclewastepaper

recycling facility (SAN-EI REGULATOR CO.,LTD.)

Within approx.1.5 km in radius

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Leading Environmental Technology / Facilities Concentrated in the Kawasaki Waterfront Area

Ukishima

Facility for Manufacturing Recycled Cement

Chidori

(Yakou)

Mizuechou

Asanochou

Ougimachi

Mega-watt Solar Power Generation

Output 7 MW

Combined with planned facility for

Ougijima, will be one of the largest

solar power facilities in Japan

Highly Efficient

Thermal Storage Air Conditioning System

Higashi Ougijima

Ougijima

PET Bottle to PET Bottle Recycling Facility

Higashi Ougijima East Park

(Revived after a half century -manmade Beach )

Facility for turning ammonia from waste plastic into raw material

Highly Efficient Thermal Power Generation Facility Meeting Highest Global Standards(Power Generation Efficiency 59%)

Contaminated Soil Cleaning Facility

Biomass Power Generation Facility

Natural Gas Power Generating Facility

Kawasaki zero emission factory complex

Waste Plastic Recycling Facility, etc

Thermal Power Generation Exhaust Heat Provided to Surround Businesses, Efficient Use

Large-scale Wind Power Generation Facility

Mega-watt Solar Power Generation (under construction) Output: 13 MW

Resource-saving, CO2-reducing New-type Shaft Furnace

Recycling facility for difficult to regenerate used paper

Development and Manufacturing

Base for Large-scale Lithium-ion Batteries


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Energy-saving project in collaboration with companies in coastal area

New steam line

Zeon Corporation

Existing steam line

Asahi Kasei Chemicals

■ Large-scale residual heat utilization

Daido Steel

JX Nippon Oil &Energy

Kawasaki Kasei Chemicals

Nippon Nyukazai

Large-scale energy-saving project (steam net) that utilizes steam produced in Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Kawasaki Thermal Power Station is scheduled to provide the steam to factories in the surrounding areas.

Nippon Shokubai

Showa Denko

JX Nippon Oil &Energy

Japan Polyethylene

Steam supply source (TEPCO Kawasaki Thermal Power Station) – generating efficiency of 59%, the world’s highest level

Quantity of steam supplied

approx. 300,000 ton annually

Steam line along Kanarin railway tracks (land owned by Kawasaki City)

NOF

Tokyo Yuso

From February 1, 2010

Effect of annual CO2 reduction

approx. 25,000 ton

Tokyo Electric Power Company

Kawasaki Thermal Power Plant

※ Equal to the annual CO2 emission of

approx.4600 average families

■ Support high-tech industries

Image of steam piping (Piping will be designed to complement the landscape.)

Support ELIIY Power Co., Ltd., which first received the certification from the high-tech industry creation support system (innovate Kawasaki). The company develops and mass-produces large lithium-ion storage batteries prospected to be installed into photovoltaic, wind, or other power generation systems.


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

Mega Solar Power Generation Project

  • 2 electric power plants with a total output of about 20,000kW (7,000kW + 13,000kW)

  • Will generate about 21 million kWh, equivalent to the amount of electricity used by about 5,900 ordinary households annually

  • Annual CO2 reduction effects of about 8,900t

Kawasaki City and Tokyo Electric Power Co. are moving ahead with a joint mega-solar power generation project to construct solar electric power plants with a combined total output of 20,000kW in the Kawasaki City coastal area. These plants are set to commence operation in FY2011.

Tokyo Electric Power: Construction of the solar power

facilities; operation and management of the electric power

plants

Kawasaki City: Construction and operation of a PR facility

One of the largest solar power generation plants in Japan

Kawasaki City

Construction and operation of the PR facility

Land owned by Kawasaki City

Land owned by Tokyo Electric Power Co.

PR facility for solar power generation, etc.

Ukishima Solar Power Plant

Output: about 7,000kW

Electricity generated: about 7.4 million kWh

Ohgishima Solar Power Plant

Output: About 13,000kW

Electricity generated: about 13.7 million kWh

Construction of solar power generation facilities

Operation and maintenance of electric power plants

Tokyo Electric Power Co.

Compiled from data obtained from Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s website


Promote international contribution through environmental technology

Transfer of Environmental Technology as Global Contributions and Industrial Exchange

Capitalizing on our past experience with pollution and cutting-edge environmental initiatives to date, we plan to widely disseminate information on superior environmental technology and products within Japan and overseas.

We will transfer environmental technology as a global contribution and a form of industrial exchange.

KAWASAKI


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Kawasaki International ECO-Tech Fair

◆Results at previous

○Presenting a wide range of environmental technology to the world, from new energy to recycling, with 118 exhibitors (219 booths)

 ○About 230 guests overseas from such as China, Korea,Denmark,

 ○Plenty of presentations given by a variety of experts from the environmental industry

○Next time, will be held on February 10-11, 2012

Proposal of Environmentally Friendly House

Electric car test drive

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From the Industrial Revolution to an Environmental Industrial Revolution

Industry

Capitalizing on

Kawasaki’s

past experience

and unique

characteristics;

an environmental

industrial revolution

from Kawasaki

to the world

Industrial revolution

Information

Revolution (IT)

Agriculture

Service industry

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