Regency Toyota Vancouver
Toyota has a long history of concern for the environment, and actively seeks ways to
meet the growing transportation needs of society in ways that are less harmful to our Earth.
To do that, we consistently examine our products, business strategies, and daily operations
carefully, and set goals for environmental improvement.
It's all part of Toyota's Earth
Charter and 2010 Global Vision, a commitment to the environment and to the communities
where we do business. And it's also part of Toyota's efforts at continuous improvement—from
reducing the use of resources and energy in our manufacturing processes to making sure we give
something back to the people of the Earth.
Toyota's commitment to the environment guides every decision we make and every action we take.
From the creation and improvement of cleaner automotive technologies and waste management techniques
to contributions to local environmental and clean-up initiatives, it's a vision that we always
keep before us no matter where our business leads us.
At the heart of that vision lies the Toyota
Earth Charter, combining "Kaizen," our philosophy of continuous improvement, with responsible environmental stewardship. It's a vision we're naturally proud of and one we hope will help guarantee Canada's prosperity in the 21st century—and beyond.