Toyota Central Motors is striving to sustain the environment by implementing 3R concept of Reduce, Reuse & Recycle in day to day dealership operations. Our commitment to the environment is reflected not only in our policies but through technology innovations and measures adopted for resource conservation. We firmly believe that the adaptation of sustainable approach towards all aspect of business activities can seemingly have a fruitful impact to maintain harmony amidst environment & economy. It is our responsibility to integrate environmental concerns that is reflected in our actions and in interaction with our stakeholders. The initiatives include implementation of Reverse Osmosis plant, Installation of Solar Panels, Measures to Reduce Energy Utilization and Placement of Recycling Bins at effective spots.
Reverse Osmosis Plant
The system eradicates and cleanses corrosive and unnecessary salts, oils, chemicals, metals etc. to purify and filter out the water before it is drained. It’s latest technology effectively converts impure water into usable treated water that can be used for various commercial purposes.
Installation of Solar Panels
Solar energy is one of the best renewable energy sources available and we strive to make most of it by installing various Solar Panels at our dealership. Thus, green house gases emission can be considerably reduced, and we utilize less electricity from traditional means especially in the evening.
Placement of Recycling Bins
Having placed recycling bins at different spots, we have segregated it for paper, plastic and metal to be used for respective purpose while recycling. It further provides sense of realization to protect and reduce the use of trash to prevent pollution. In return, it also boosts the growing recycling industry and our economy.
Energy Conservation Signs and Stickers
Energy conservation signs and stickers have been pasted in each department to reduce environmental footprint by reminding everyone to control the use of energy on individual basis. Further, energy savers have been replaced with 200 LED’s at initial phase that consume less electricity.