Protecting rare plants and animals near construction sites
Conservation During LNG Canada Construction
The construction site of LNG Canada Project is surrounded by grand nature, which is home to a large variety of native animals and plants. We are executing this project in harmony with the environment through the implementation of various conservation activities, such as realigning a river to avoid construction activities, as well as protecting native fish and expanding their habitat.
JGC conducts an annual evaluation of environmental performance at its construction sites in Japan based on three criteria: industrial waste recycling rate, number of contaminant leaks and CO2 emissions per unit of energy.
|Industrial waste recycling rate||Result||%||96.3||98.1||97.7||96.1||85.2|
|Number of leaks of hazardous substances, etc.||Result||Leaks||0||0||1||0||0|
|CO2 emissions per unit of energy||Result||Kg-CO2/hour||0.64||1.43||3.52||2.39||0.61|
|Adoption rate of electronic manifests||Result||%||79.4||96.0||64.2||79.5||69.5|