Quality Policy

GHG Policy and Declaration

Greenhouse gases (GHG) continue to be a focal topic among countries and enterprises. Agendas such as the damaged ozone above the north and south poles, retreating glaciers, and rising sea levels highlight the indisputable presence of global warming, spurring close discussions among developing and developed countries. Although GHGs poses a threat to human existence, economic development driven by extant industrial production models will inevitably increase CO2 emissions, and eventually influencing the well-being of humanity. In response, present economics and environmental scholars and experts have engaged in various research in the attempt to simultaneously suppress GHG emissions and maintain stable economic growth. In Taiwan, the government has successively introduced a number of seminars and formulated relevant regulations to address its environmental issues, such as the Greenhouse Gases Reduction Act. On an international scale, a number of articles have been published to investigate CO2 emissions and reduction techniques, and carbon exchange has gained considerable attention. Therefore, GHG issues will inevitably become a challenge for enterprises in the future. Only by understanding these issues and identifying organization orientation can enterprises achieve sustained management in an environment with extremely stringent CO2 emissions restrictions.

Under these conditions, companies realize the influences that GHGs have on the environment, and take this opportunity to inspect the GHG emissions conditions in their factories. Subsequently, companies adopt the ISO 14064 standards, which provide clear and consistent quantification, monitoring, reporting, confirmation, or verification standards for GHG inspections.

GHG Policy and Declaration

VIVOTEK is committed to the control and management of energy consumption and GHG emission inspections within its factories to highlight the value it attaches to the influence that GHG has on global warming, and the impact that global warming has on the environment and the climate.

To achieve sustained management, VIVOTEK endeavors to fulfill its social responsibilities and satisfy the environmental demands of its clients and the government. VIVOTEK also aims to fully implement the GHG policy and offer relevant training to employees, enabling them to actively and effectively provide support.

Year: 2016

GHG Emissions (公噸CO2 mt/yr)
CO2 CH4 N2O HFCs PFCs SF6 Aggregate
Total 1117.04 57.18 0 0 0 0 1174.22
Emission Percentage (%) 95.13% 4.87% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 100.00%
Category I Category II Category III
Stationary combustion emissions Mobile combustion emissions Manufacturing emissions Dissipation emissions Indirect energy emissions Other indirect emissions
Emissions Per Category (mt/yr) 0 0 0 57.18 1117.04 0
57.18
Emissions Percentage Per Category (%) 0 0 0 4.87% 95.13%
4.87%

GHG emissions table

(Note: + increase; - Decrease)

Year Category Aggregate
Category I Category II
2013 49.92 744.57 794.49
2014 56.82 1018.46 1075.28
2015 58.33 996.49 1054.82
2016 57.18 1117.04 1174.22
2014-2013 +6.9 +273.89 +280.79 (+35%)
2015-2014 +1.51 -21.97 -20.46 (-1.9%)
2016-2015 -1.15 120.55 -119.4 (+11%)
GHG emissions table