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Environmental Sustainability

Our facilities reflect our ongoing efforts to improve the efficiency of our operations. All of our Canadian facilities are ISO 14001 Certified and our new Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre is one of the most sustainable buildings of its kind in Canada.

Our Commitment

At Toyota, we believe sustainable mobility goes well beyond cars. We are embracingemerging technologiesto develop new products and services that offer people more waysto move – safely, responsibly and in harmony with the environment.

To read more about our community investment initiatives focused on environmental sustainability, click here.

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Environmental sustainability is a key factor in everything we do and every vehicle we make. From our Canadian manufacturing plants to the Toyota and Lexus vehicles we assemble, we are advancing toward a brighter tomorrow.

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Toyota Canada’s facilities reflect our ongoing efforts to improve the efficiency of our operations. All of our Canadian facilities are ISO 14001 Certified and our new Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre is one of the most sustainable buildings of its kind in Canada targeting LEED Gold and Net Zero Carbon certification.

 

Global2050

 

The Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050, consists of six goals that seek to make a game-changing contribution to some of the critical environmental issues facing the world today, including climate change, water scarcity, resource depletion, and species and habitat loss.

Learn more about Toyota’s Environmental Challenge 2050 here.

Challenge 1

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Eliminate almost all CO2 emissions from new Toyota vehicles.

Challenge 2

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Partner with suppliers and dealers to help them eliminate CO2 from their operations.

Challenge 3

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Eliminate all CO2 emissions from Toyota facilities and processes.

Challenge 4

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Ensure all Toyota facilities and processes conserve and protect water resources.

Challenge 5

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Ensure all Toyota facilities and processes support a recycling-based society.

Challenge 6

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Ensure all Toyota facilities and processes operate in harmany with nature.
North American Environmental Report

North American Environmental Report

Toyota’s North American Environmental Report features information about our environmental strategy and performance across four key focus areas—Carbon, Water, Materials and Biodiversity—plus related outreach activities.

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Electrification of our products

Electrification of our products

Toyota is pursuing multiple pathways to reduce vehicle fuel consumption and GHG emissions, and is committed to utilizing various forms of electrification including hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric, battery electric, and fuel cell electric vehicle technology.
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Hybrid Electric (tap to learn more)

Hybrid electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle technology will continue to be at the core of Toyota’s approach to minimizing the environmental impacts of traditional gasoline-powered vehicles.
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Plug-In Hybrid Electric (tap to learn more)

Toyota is committed to hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric technology as a powertrain for the future because it’s a clean, scalable platform that can meet a broad range of mobility needs with zero emissions.
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Fuel Cell Electric (tap to learn more)

Toyota Canada supports hydrogen fueling infrastructure – the key to the commercialization of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in Canada.
Battery Electric

Battery Electric

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