The Century Yuasa's Environmental Policy
specifies the measures taken to ensure the impact we have on our shared environment is minimised.
We are consistently seeking to improve our policies and processes to ensure environmental protection and sustainability
Environmental Management and Certification
Century Yuasa's focus on environmental management is demonstrated by the implementation of our environmental management systems and certification by an independent certification body – British Standards Institute
Select from the following links to download copies of our certification certificates:
Century Yuasa is committed to sustainability and minimising the environmental impact associated with the manufacture and supply of lead acid batteries within Australia. This commitment is the driving force behind the implementation of the following initiatives:
98% of your used lead acid battery is recyclable.
Century Yuasa launched a nationwide recycling program in 2008 and has since increased our recycling rate of used lead acid batteries year on year.
Our network of more than 1,100 Battery Recycling Centres
makes it easy for businesses and individuals to recycle their old battery free of charge and help us play our part in protecting our precious environment.
Australian Packaging Covenant
The Australian Packaging Covenant
(APC) is a sustainable packaging initiative which aims to change the culture of business to design more sustainable packaging, increase recycling rates and reduce packaging litter.
For more information on the Century Yuasa Batteries Action plan and to view our Annual Report, please follow the links below:
For more information on the APC Action Plan, please click on the below link:
Century Yuasa is compliant with the QLD Government EcoBiz
eco-efficiency program for the manufacturing site located at Carole Park, Ipswich in Queensland.
To view our EcoBiz certification please follow the below link:
There has been increasing community demand to know about toxic substances emitted to the local environment. Australian, state and territory governments have implemented National Environment Protection Measures
(NEPMs), which help protect or manage particular aspects of the environment. Australian industries are required to monitor measure and report their emissions under the legislation which governs the National Pollutants Inventory