Collaboration with Stakeholders and Evaluation from External Parties
Agreements with external organizations
In Japan, Shiseido updated the content of our declaration on environmental protection, the Promise of eco-first and certified as an “Eco-First Company” by the Minister of the Environment. (Re-certified in 2012 and 2017, respectively)
In Japan, Shiseido became the first company in the cosmetics industry to receive the “Eco-First Company” certification from the Ministry of the Environment thanks to our declaration on environmental protection, the “Promise of eco-first.”
We agreed with the United Nations Global Compact's Climate Change Initiative on Caring for the Climate.
The Promise of Eco-first
- 1.We actively promote environmental measures in relation to our products, such as the use of the 3 Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) for containers and packaging.
- 2.We will actively work on the conservation of the bounty of the Earth, which is the source of value creation.
- 3.We will engage in environmental education and develop our staff to contribute to the conservation of the bounty of the Earth.
- 4.We will actively promote initiatives to prevent global warming.
Environmental study with local residents
Environmental study with children
The Shiseido Kakegawa Factory (Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture) holds environmental learning sessions for local elementary school students every year. In 2019, 20 children from Kakegawa participated in the sessions. We introduced eco-friendly packages and waste reduction initiatives and learned about the problem of ocean plastics. Everyone checked small pieces of plastic collected from the beach by employees and made kaleidoscopes. The Shiseido Kakegawa Factory continues to provide environmental education in cooperation with the community.
Environmental study in the roof garden at the Ginza Office
The Ginza Office (Chuo-ku, Tokyo) has a rooftop “Shisei Garden” created with biodiversity conservation in mind. We hold environmental learning sessions for local residents in the garden. In October 2016, we invited 29 children to take part in a workshop in which they observed the plants in the roof garden and squeezed oil from Camellia, a cosmetics ingredient.
|Month/Year||Award||Organizer||Reason for award|
|August 2017||Technical Packaging Award of The Japan Packaging Contest 2017||Japan Packaging lnstitute||Using mechanically recycled PET: SEA BREEZE Body Shampoo A Cool & Deodorant, SEA BREEZE Super Cool Body Shampoo S|
|August 2016||Accessible Design Packaging Award of the Japan Packaging Contest 2016||Japan Packaging lnstitute||Development of new refill replacement mechanism for Clé de Peau Beauté LA CRÉME n|