Energy Savings at Manufacturing Plants

Reducing CO2 Emissions

CO2 reduction also contributes to cost reduction. The NISSIN FOODS Group is reducing CO2 emissions by, for example, introducing energy-saving facilities such as LED lighting and lighting with motion sensors, installing heat pump facilities, and reusing heat energy.

Energy-Saving Initiatives at Manufacturing Plants in FY2018

Annual Amount of CO2 Reduction Effect (t)

Energy Conservation Measures for Facilities
NISSIN CISCO Tokyo Plant Conversion of 46 product warehouse lighting fixtures from fluorescent tubes to LEDs 6
Conversion of equipment used at a wastewater treatment plant that purifies water to inverter-controlled equipment 13
NISHINIHON MYOJO Conversion of 398 fluorescent lighting fixtures to LED lighting 2
NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS Kanto Plant Introduction of an independently developed high-efficiency multi-stage steamers for steaming noodles 110
NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS Shizuoka Plant Update of a cooling system that produces chilled water to a high-efficiency version and reduction of annual electricity use by 240,000 kWh 92
Use of output from operation of a cogeneration system for 132 days as 870,000 kWh of electricity and 1.21 million kg of steam 925
SAITAMA NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS Use of hot water from an installed EcoCute system as kettle supplementary feed water for noodle boiling, and 9.4% decrease in gas use for boilers 400
Fuel Conversion
NISSIN CISCO Tokyo Plant Partial conversion of fuel from butane to utility gas 102
Heat Pump Installation
NISSIN CISCO Osaka Plant Use of heat pumps as replacements for heaters and boilers previously used as heat source equipment 13
Reuse of Heat Energy
NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS Shizuoka Plan Reuse in the steaming process of boiler steam used in the oil heating process 107
Heat Insulation Paint
NISSIN CISCO Tokyo Plant Painting of the approximately 3,000 m2 roof of the No. 2 Plant with heat insulation paint 4

Fluorocarbon Leakage Prevention

To prevent fluorocarbon leakage, the Group conducts simple inspections and periodic inspections performed by external specialist organizations in accordance with the Fluorocarbon Emission Control Law. Also, we are incrementally moving away from the use of alternative fluorocarbons (HCFC refrigerants such as R-22) in order to completely eliminate their use by 2020.

NISSIN F.D. FOODS, which manufactures dry ingredients for cup-type noodles, introduced freezers that use natural refrigerants (ammonia and CO2) for its vacuum freeze driers in February 2017. As a result, all of its large freezers now use natural refrigerants.

Initiatives at Overseas Operating Companies

The overseas operating companies comply with regulations, prevent environmental pollution, and engage in environmental conservation activities in accordance with the circumstances of the individual country and business site.

NISSIN FOODS VIETNAM has established the Environmental Management System (EMS) Committee and is monitoring electricity consumption, boiler steam generation, and water consumption and taking measures to reduce consumption. Indo Nissin Foods has been introducing biomass fuels, mainly palm shells. The plants in China and Indonesia have completed fuel conversion from heavy oil to natural gas. NISSIN FOODS (THAILAND) has converted plant interior and exterior lighting to LEDs. The ZHUHAI GOLDEN COAST WINNER FOOD PRODUCTS production plant recovers flash steam and reuses it in boilers. This has resulted in CO2 emissions reduction of 772 tons. NISSIN FOODS (U.S.A.) has introduced software at its offices to shift to paperless procedures and is striving to raise awareness of the environment by installing an EV recharging stand in its parking lot.