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JSR Welcomes Trainees from Developing Countries

CSR  12/01/2011
Working together with the International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)* since its founding, the JSR Yokkaichi Plant has welcomed a total of 532 trainees from 50 countries. In 2011, the plant hosted eight trainees from Algeria, Brazil, Ghana, Tajikistan, Macedonia, Vietnam, and Moldova on September 7th and again hosted four environmental government officials from Tianjin City, China on November 16th. Both groups took part in training that included lectures and plant observation.

JSR will continue to cooperate in ICETT’s efforts in order to contribute to international environmental safety.

ICETT was founded with the cooperation of industry, government, and academia to transfer pollution prevention technology and environmental management know-how accumulated in Japan to developing countries.

*A Public Interest Incorporated Foundation.

The Yokkaichi Plant published an RC Report covering this program which is available on ICETT’s website in Japanese: