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Environmental Management Policy

N-iTUS Co., Ltd. is doing its best for sustainable development by practicing eco-friendly management with its employees and partners to minimize ISO environmental impact and use energy efficiently

  1. We establish an environmental management system based on ISO14001 to secure global leadership and pursue sustainable management.
  2. All executives and employees strive to reduce environmental impact and protect the environment by saving energy through their respective roles for eco-friendly management, including environment and energy.
  3. We establish eco-friendly goals and implementation plans and evaluate performance to ensure continuous improvement.
  4. We strive to improve performance by supporting material resources necessary for eco-friendly management and operating a systematic management system.
  5. We maintain a continuous win-win relationship and practice responsible management by sharing the company’s policies and supporting programs so that our partners can participate in eco-friendly management.
  6. We strive to efficiently improve the amount of resources and energy used during business activities and purchase, distribute, and manufacture eco-friendly products.
  7. We strive to secure management transparency and fulfill our corporate social responsibilities by disclosing the performance of environmental management. 

June 1, 2022

N-iTUS Co., Ltd. Jang Se-bong


(Eco-friendly supply chain management)

N-iTUS Co., Ltd. grows together with its partners and strives to establish a responsible and environmentally friendly supply chain. We operate our supply chain by considering not only the competitiveness of our partner companies but also areas such as labor and human rights, the environment, and safety and health.

1. Items to evaluate new partners

1) Purchase & Quality : Evaluation of quality competitiveness of partner companies
2) Environmental safety : On-site inspection of 22 provisions using RBA* standards (9 essential items: fire extinguishing equipment, hazardous materials and waste, wastewater facilities, etc.)
3) Labor human rights : On-site inspection of 19 provisions using RBA standards (8 essential items: prohibition of forced labor, prohibition of child labor, compliance with working hour regulations, accurate wage calculation/payment, provision of pay stubs/prohibition of delayed wages, withholding tax such as social insurance premiums payment, prohibition of inhumane treatment, prohibition of discrimination based on personal characteristics)
4) Financial status : Evaluate the credit rating and financial status of partner companies in consultation with an external professional agency

*Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) is an industry alliance dedicated to social responsibility in the global supply chain.

2. Conclusion of a basic transaction contract

The basic transaction contract signed with partner companies includes human rights and labor standards
commonly used in the international community,
workplace safety standards set by NItus, and social responsibility (compliance with the code of conduct, etc.).

Creating a sustainable supply chain


1. Establishment of a fair trade culture
  – Fair trade agreement
2. Formation of trust relationship
– Listening to and resolving difficulties
– Creating a culture of shared growth
3. Strengthening the competitiveness of partners
-Delivery price 100% cash/cash equivalent payment
-Holiday delivery early payment

Environmental safety of partner companies

1. Reduce environmental impact
– Sharing information on carbon reduction facility support
– Promoting the use of renewable energy
2. Chemical substance management
– Conduct on-site investigation to ensure that safe working conditions are met and discuss ways to improve the handling procedures and control system of regulated substances

Responsible Minerals

1. Responsible Mineral Purchasing Policy
– Efforts to proactively identify and alleviate social issues that arise when mining minerals in conflict areas and countries
2. Hazardous area management target
– Identifying and managing potential risks within the supplier company
– Creating a culture of shared growth
3.Complaint Handling/Objection Procedures
– Listening to diverse opinions from stakeholders

Green purchasing, green partnership​

Integrated risk management throughout the supply chain

Enhance product competitiveness, implement CSR strategy​

Improved corporate value​

Traditional supplier management scope​

Information identification and management​

Flow of products and information​

Set Maker

Parts company​

Molding/processing company​

Raw material company​

Supply chain management (SCM) + Environmental Management (Eco M)​

Greenhouse gas management

Environmental management vision and strategy

N-iTUS Co., Ltd. complies with the management policy of establishing an ‘autonomous prevention system’ based on the ISO 14001 environmental management system and is pursuing continuous improvement to achieve the goal of ‘ZERO’ violation of serious environmental laws

· Establishment of a company-wide integrated environmental management and response system.
· Enhancement of operation of domestic on-site environmental system
· Improving external environmental assessment credibility 

Holds ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certification

By establishing an organization in which all employees participate in environmental management and seeking systematic ways to solve environmental problems in advance, we are expressing the company’s commitment to environmental awareness both internally and externally. In addition, in order to ensure that our corporate activities do not become an obstacle to the environment and further fulfil our role in preserving the environment, we declared that we are an “environmentally friendly company” and to put this into practice, we have acquired ISO 14001 certification to gain public trust

Realization of green management by strengthening ​

the environmental management system​

Environmental Management System Operation

The company sets environmentally friendly management goals, defines the organization, responsibilities, and procedures to achieve them, and manages them systematically by efficiently distributing human and material resources.

Environmental management system operation effect

Environmental operation effect

– Prevent potential environmental and safety accidents by cross-checking compliance with environmental laws and conducting preliminary inspections of facility operation
– Contribute to environmental improvement through appropriate investment in environmental facilities and increased interest in environmental management among organization m
– Cost reduction through energy conservation, reduction of waste emissions, etc. Enhancing objectivity in public relations through third-party evaluations of environmental management.
– Strengthening consumer marketing capabilities as an eco-friendly company.

Environmental operation performance

1)Energy (electricity) usage (kwh) : 38.8% increase compared to the same period last year (as of the end of July). Causes of increase:
– Relocation of office building and expansion of office space (4,982ft2 →7,117ft2 , ’22, January~)
– Additional expansion of constant temperature and humidity chambers (1unit→2units), servers,       measuring equipment, etc.
– Increase in workload and manpower

2) Resource (paper) usage (sheets) : Annual usage tally starting from 2019.

3) Separate storage of designated waste
– Implementation of separate storage of designated waste such as waste PCBs and waste lead      (implemented from October 15, 2012).

4) MSDS management for hazardous chemical substances – Provide MSDS and provide training for lead, detergent, flux etc.

5) Environmental law registration management
– Registrar for the Waste Management Act, Fire Prevention, Act on Installation and Maintenance of Firefighting Facilities and Safety Management, Act on Resource Conservation and Recycling Promotion, Occupational Safety and Health Act, Act on Resource Circulation of Electrical and Electronic Products and Automobiles, and RoHS

6) Achieve T-AU RoHS compliance rate
– Achieved 96% compliance rate

7) Efforts to increase recycling rate and reduce disposal rate for T-AU prototypes
– Achieved 50% recycling rate and 15% disposal rate

8) Recovery and recycling operation of waste electronic products

Carbon reduction and
resource circulation activities