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Certifications and Qualified Engineer List

Certifications

We are professionals in the treatment and recycling of industrial waste.

We are licensed to handle waste that is flammable, corrosive and toxic at our 14 factories, and we are certified to collect and transfer this waste in many cities and prefectures throughout Japan. A nationwide recycling network enables Daiseki to address increasingly diverse and complex needs for industrial waste treatment and recycling.

Certifications (as of March 2017)

  Divisions
Type of Waste Kyushu
Works
Kansai
Works
Hokuriku
Works
Nagoya
Works
Kanto
Works
Chiba
Works
Industrial Waste Waste Acid
Waste Alkali
Waste Oil
Sludge
Waste Plastics
Soot & Dust  
Mining Waste  
Cinders  
Wastepaper      
Chips, Sawdust and Pallet  
Waste Textile      
Animal & Vegetable Remnants      
Waste Rubber          
Metal Scrap      
Glass, Concrete & Ceramics  
Demolition Debris      
Special Control Industrial Waste Corrosive Waste Acid
Special Designated Hazardous Waste Acid  
Corrosive Waste Alkali
Special Designated Hazardous Waste Alkali  
Inflammable Waste Oil
Special Designated Hazardous Waste Oil    
Special Designated Hazardous Sludge    
Special Designated Hazardous Mining Waste          
Special Designated Hazardous Soot & Dust      
Special Designated Hazardous Cinders        
Certification to handle marine waste oil disposal (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport)  

Regions where Certified to Collect and Transfer Industrial Waste and Special Control Industrial Waste (as of March 2017)

Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui, Yamanashi, Nagano, Gifu, Shizuoka, Aichi, Nagoya City, Mie, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Amagasaki City, Nara, Wakayama, Tottori, Shimane, Okayama, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi, Tokushima, Kagawa, Ehime, Kochi, Fukuoka, Kitakyushu City, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Oita, Miyazaki, Kagoshima

Certified to Dispose of Waste Oil (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism)

Nagoya harbor, Yokkaichi harbor, Tsumatusaka harbor, Ujiyamada harbor, Toba harbor,Owase harbor, Kinuura harbor, Mikawa harbar, Maizuru harbor, Maizuru East harbor, Tsuruga harbor, Fukui new harbor, Kanazawa harbor, Nanao harbor, Fushiki Toyama harbor, Toyama new harbor, Toyama harbor, Himekawa harbor, Naoetsu harbor, Niigata West harbor, Niigata East harbor, Ogi harbor, Ushitsu harbor, Hime gyoko, Obama harbor, Fukui harbor, Miyazu harbor, Kasumi harbor, Osaka harbor, Hannan harbor, Sakaisenboku harbor, Kobe harbor, Akashi harbor, Himeji harbor, Mizusima harbor, Hiroshima harbor, Sakai harbor, Tottori harbor, Hamada harbor, Wajima harbor, Iida harbor, Okayama harbor, Tokushima harbor, Takamatsu harbor, Niihama harbor, Kochi harbor, from Kanagawa Prefecture coast to Ibaraki Prefecture coast All harbors and fishing ports in the following prefectures, Fukuoka, Oita, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Yamaguchi, Hiroshima, Shimane

Other Licenses

Ordinary construction license (scaffolding, earthwork, painting)

Qualified Engineers

Our certifications attest to our reliability in the treatment and recycling of industrial waste.

We are professionals in the treatment and recycling of industrial waste. In addition to its cutting-edge technology, Daiseki has excellent engineers with many licenses. To meet customers’ needs more fully, we are developing more advanced treatment and recycling methods and adding to our list of value-added products.

Certified or Qualified Engineers (as of April 2017)

Certification or Qualification Number of Engineers
Collection and Transfer of Special Control Industrial Waste 28
Treatment of Special Control Industrial Waste 17
Management of Treatment Facilities for Industrial Waste 19
Manager Handling Special Control Industrial Waste 17
Environmental Assessment Engineer (concentrations) 13
Environmental Assessment Engineer (noise, vibration) 5
Assessment Engineer for Working Environment (the second category) 1
Manager of Preventing Water Pollution (the first category) 34
Manager of Preventing Water Pollution (the second category) 1
Manager of Preventing Water Pollution (the fourth category) 2
Manager of Preventing Air Pollution (the first category) 8
Manager of Preventing Air Pollution (the fourth category) 2
Manager of Antipollution of Dioxins 1
Manager of Preventing Noise Pollution 1
Chief Engineer of Radiant Rays (the first category) 2
Chief Engineer of Radiant rays (the second category) 2
Chief Engineer of X-ray 2
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (Koh category) 48
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (first Otsu category) 27
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (second Otsu category) 24
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (third Otsu category) 25
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (fourth Otsu category) 441
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (fifth Otsu category) 24
Engineer of Handling Dangerous Materials (sixth Otsu category) 43
First-class Civil Engineering Works Execution Managing Engineer 4
Second-class Civil Engineering Works Execution Managing Engineer 5