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    Supporting food bank to help feed the children

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    Supporting food bank to help feed the children

    Food Bank Yamanashi, an authorized non-profit organization, regularly delivers food items to families with children in need of assistance. The activity ensures that the children receive enough food and nutrition for healthy growth, even during long holidays when no school lunch is served. The Yamanashi Regional Office donates surplus food items collected from the employees to Food Bank Yamanashi, with a matching gift of an equivalent amount of money. The program is in its third year in 2017, and is set to continue for the benefit of the children.

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    Tree planting at Tokyo Electron Forest

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    Tree planting at Tokyo Electron Forest

    The Yamanashi Regional Office has been engaged in tree-planting activities at the Tokyo Electron Forest in Takane-cho, Hokuto City since 2010, aiming to pass on the rich natural and cultural resources of the forest to future generations. In 2017, the program moved its venue to a new 2.6-hectare Tokyo Electron Forest in Oizumi-cho, Hokuto City.

    A tree-planting event held in July attracted 135 people including the employees and their families, who planted 1,200 konara oak and maple saplings together under a clear sky. Afterwards, they played a game of watermelon splitting, with blindfolded players stumbling to a large fruit and swinging at it with a club. The split fruit was served to the participants.

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    Commemorative Performances at Tokyo Electron Nirasaki Arts Hall

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    Commemorative Performances at Tokyo Electron Nirasaki Arts Hall

    The Yamanashi Regional Office has been hosting commemorative performances since 2007 to celebrate the company’s acquisition of the naming rights to the Nirasaki Arts Hall.
    The performances vary from year to year, including science shows and musicals designed to make children interested in science in an entertaining way. All these performances share a central message for children: it’s important to have a dream.
    Tokyo Electron will continue to be a good corporate citizen, and will keep contributing to the development of local communities by demonstrating our local commitments and enhancing two-way communication.

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    Use of natural energy

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    Use of natural energy

    The Yamanashi Regional Office uses a 2,000 kW solar power system as part of its environmental initiative. The system generates about 2,500 MWh of electricity annually, which is equivalent to the level needed to power 450 households or so.
    The system also reduces the emission of CO2 by about 860 tons per year, which is roughly the quantity absorbed by 61,000 cedar trees in a year. The daily solar power generation status is shown in real time on a display in the building’s lobby. The status can also be monitored via the intranet, so individual employees may follow our efforts to protect the environment.

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    Science promotion and popularization: Support for the Yamanashi Academy of Sciences

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    Science promotion and popularization: Support for the Yamanashi Academy of Sciences

    The Yamanashi Academy of Sciences was founded in 1995 by researchers and scientifically-inclined businesspeople with ties to Yamanashi Prefecture, with the purpose of contributing to the development of science in Yamanashi. Agreeing with this objective, the Yamanashi Regional Office has been eagerly supporting the Academy through various activities, including science promotion events, lectures, and science education awards.

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