We will also continue the following measures to respond to the Rationalization in Energy Use Law (responsibility of business operators to reduce energy consumption per unit of GDP by over an average 1% or more each year) in ground facilities.
In maintenance sections where large amounts of water are used, water for cleaning parts of reused after purification treatment to wash aircraft by hand to conserve water.
Facilities and equipment inside maintenance hangars are managed appropriately in accordance with environment-related laws, such as the six pollution acts (Air Pollution Control Act, Water Pollution Control Act, Offensive Odor Control Act, Soil Contamination Countermeasures Act, Vibration Regulation Law, and Noise Regulation Law). There have been no violations of the six pollution acts in the past five years.
The categories of waste from JAL Group's business activities are as follows.
Cabin trash, back offices, etc.
Aircraft maintenance, sections, cabin sections, etc.
Aircraft maintenance sections, health management sections (medical)
The JAL Group aims to reduce industrial waste generated from domestic business offices and achieve a final disposal rate of 2% or below.
In FY2012, waste increased due to realignment of the Haneda maintenance area and cabin seat retrofitting, but through cost reduction initiatives through the 3Rs, we have reduced waste and achieved the final disposal rate. There have been no serious violations of waste-related laws in the past five years.