Our Environmental Commitment
Green. That's how we'd like the world to be. As an environmental leader, Toyota
does more than meet industry standards—we seek to raise them. With an
unwavering commitment to environmental protection, Toyota strives to create
clean and efficient products, and to conserve resources before our vehicles
even hit the road.
The Global Earth Charter, under our Guiding Principles, was set forth to promote
environmental responsibility for every aspect of our company and significantly
reduce the impact our vehicles have on the planet.
That's why we subscribe to a recurring 5-year Environmental Action Plan that
sets earth-friendly goals. Toyota is happy to report that we've successfully
achieved our first Action Plan for U.S. operations, and have now launched our
The Toyota Woven City Project and the Future of Hydrogen Energy
Tri-Gen System Set to Revolutionize Sustainable Energy Production
Toyota’s Transformative Battery Technology Set to Revolutionize the Automotive Industry
Toyota and Woven Planet Have Developed a New Portable Hydrogen Cartridge Prototype
This product profile describes the features and applications of the ElectroGreen™–Xylene substitute for electronics.
The Stäubli Megawatt Charging System (MCS) offers rapid and effortless charging, allowing drivers to manually charge their electric heavy-duty vehicles without relying on robots or supporting machines.
Anguil's robust Vapor Combustion Unit (VCU) can handle a wide range of emission flow rates. It is as easy to use as an enclosed flare and as effective as a thermal oxidizer.
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks with Imperial College London graduate Felix Chen about ALGAEWAVE, a closed-loop autonomous microalgae farming system that uses noise treatment to optimize biomass production.
This interview with Jeff Retzke examines how Denali is revitalizing mine sites and restoring ecosystems through innovative reclamation practices.
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks to Anguil about the decarbonization of battery manufacturing,
and how to make the industry greener from testing to recycling.