2013 - 2014 Environmental

Announcing Toyota's 2013 North American Environmental Report

Toyota's 2013 Environmental Report contains information about our efforts to reduce environmental impacts across the vehicle life cycle, as well as our investments in environmental education and stewardship. We invite you to explore the many aspects of our commitment to the environment, in our 2013 North American Environmental Report. 

Toyota + Cleaner Operations: Reducing Waste and and Saving Water

Team members at Toyota's assembly plant in Indiana have come up with some pretty innovative ways to reduce waste. Changing the treatment chemical for wastewater turned the resulting sludge into a perfect replacement for cement in cement kilns. For more information, visit, http://www.toyota.com/environmentreport2013/operations

Toyota + Engaged Communities: Toyota Partners With World Wildlife Fund in the Galápagos

For more than a decade, Toyota has been working with World Wildlife Fund to transform the Galápagos Islands into a model of community-based conservation and sustainable development.

Toyota + Future Transportation: A Biodiesel Partnership with Alabama A&M University

Toyota's Huntsville plant is partnering with Alabama A&M University to explore possible applications of biofuel. We've created a closed-loop system by sending waste oil from our cafeteria to the university, and getting back biodiesel for use in on-site trucks. Find out more about our use of alternative fuels with advanced powertrains at:


Toyota + Greener Dealerships: Building Green Dealerships Across North America

Toyota's latest dealership opening in San Francisco is also the company's third LEED® Platinum-certified dealership in the U.S. and the first ever for California. The dealership was able to leave nearly 100 percent of the original 1800s barn structure intact during the renovation. Learn more about sustainable building at our dealerships at: http://www.toyota.com/environmentreport2013/businesspartners

Toyota Wireless Parking Charge demonstration video

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announces that it will begin verification testing of its newly developed wireless battery charging system for vehicles with an electrified powertrain, such as plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles, in late February in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The system can charge a vehicle parked in alignment over a coil on the surface of the ground, making the charging process simpler and more convenient.

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