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Hokuriku Works

The Hokuriku Works covers, in cooperation with the Nagoya Works and the Kansai Works, a wide-ranging area spanning Akita Prefecture to Kyoto Prefecture. This works has received the Secretary of the Maritime Safety Agency Prize and the Governor of the Maritime Disaster Prevention Center Prize for its work in cleaning the heavy oil spilled by a Russian tanker in the Sea of Japan in 1997. The Hokuriku Works has various facilities, including sludge-drying, dehydration, and neutralization and dissolution facilities, and is engaged in the recycling of industrial waste.

Hokuriku Works


631-1 Sougo Shinmachi, Hakusan, Ishikawa, Japan 924-0028
Tel: +81-76-275-6585 / Fax: +81-76-275-6791

Hokuriku Works

Main Business

Treatment of industrial waste
Cinders, sludge, waste oil, waste acid, waste alkali, waste plastics, chips, sawdust and pallet, waste textile, animal & vegetable remnants, metal scrap, glass, concrete & ceramics, mining waste, soot & dust
Treatment of special control industrial waste
Inflammable waste oil, corrosive waste acid, corrosive waste alkali, special designated hazardous cinders, special designated hazardous waste oil, special designated hazardous waste acid, special designated hazardous waste alkali, special designated hazardous sludge, special designated hazardous soot & dust
Permission to conduct waste oil disposal business (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport)
Construction and cleaning for environmental maintenance, environmental measurement certification

ISO 14001 Certified

ISO 14001 Certified
Certification Number: JQA-EM0304
by the Japan Quality Assurance Organization (JQA)