Joe Fagan

Former Soccer Star, Now Soccer Fan

November 12, 2019

Toyo Setal, Realizing New Sustainability Responsiveness For Business Partners

Beginning in 2012, Toyo Setal has established a global identity as an Engineering and Construction organization. But, now with more and more problems related to global warming and natural resource depletion, Toyo Setal wants to increase its sustainability presence. The current initiative flow hand in hand with many of the suppliers and manufacturers Toyo Setal works with because they have also made a commitment to preserving raw materials. But now the company wants to be at the forefront of expanding awareness and showcasing how technology can benefit and aid in preserving energy, water, and waste management.

Toyo Setal directives don’t come from following popular opinion, they’ve always been committed. However, the previous commitments were focused on project completion rather than compliance and now there’s a direct link to studying how the resources are gathered, preserved and used. Instead of just developing business relationships and relying on those ventures, Toyo Setal actively pursues ‘projects designed to strengthen local communities. No matter what other resources are involved there’s always something more to examine than only considering costs and profits, the company also looks at what’s happening in the ‘socioeconomic environment.’ Each project that they decide to take on comes with new initiatives that include other variables, such as environmental and noise monitoring, and study and analysis of regional and local “flora and fauna.” Sustainability efforts are becoming standard as opposed to being recorded for periodic or quarterly reports.

There’s still an emphasis on project compliance and completion but there’s more concern for how each project affects the environment. And there’s growing consideration for smaller variables, present-day project planning includes seedling planting as a replacement for trees cut and monitoring how the area can be improved for others in the local communities. For example, even the natural vegetation is examined for replanting and/or relocation. It’s equally important to look for how the building project will impact smaller land creatures. Rescue and relocation is a practical avenue for all native creatures, such as frogs, lizards, turtles, fish, and snakes.

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