Corporate History

Founding

1945

Founded as a refiner of oils and fats in Mie Prefecture

Haruo Ito, founder
Haruo Ito, founder

1958

Constructed a plant for lubricating oil refining in the city of Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture

Established Daido Sekiyu Kagakukogyo Co., Ltd.(Common stock: 2 million yen, as of October 1)

Establishment of Daido Sekiyu Kagakukogyo Co., Ltd.
Establishment of Daido Sekiyu Kagakukogyo Co., Ltd.

1963

Opened the Nagoya Works in the city of Nagoya

1966

Opened the Kyushu Works in the city of Kita-Kyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture

1970s

1970

Established Hokuriku Daiseki Co., Ltd., in the city of Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture

1972

Received certification as an industrial waste disposer in the city of Nagoya

1973

Opened the Hokuriku Works in the city of Hakusan, Ishikawa Prefecture

Opening of the Hokuriku Works
Opening of the Hokuriku Works

1980s

1980

Opened the Osaka Works in the city of Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture

1982

Opened the Kyushu Works in the city of Kita-Kyushu

Opening of the Kyushu Works
Opening of the Kyushu Works

1984

Changed corporate name to Daiseki Co., Ltd

Awarded a prize by the Clean Japan Center Foundation (now, the Resource Recycling Promotion Center of the Japan Environmental Association for Industry) for our contribution to resource recycling

Prize for corporate contribution to recycled resources
Prize for corporate contribution to recycled resources

1990s

1990

Opened the Kanto Works in the city of Sano, Tochigi Prefecture

Opening of the Kanto Works
Opening of the Kanto Works

1995

Began over-the-counter trading (Common stock: 1.27 billion yen, as of July 27)

1996

The engineering office separated from Daiseki Co., Ltd., to become Daiseki Plant Co., Ltd.

1997

Opened the Chiba Works in the city of Sodegaura, Chiba Prefecture

Opening of the Chiba Works
Opening of the Chiba Works

At the 10th National Congress for Consideration of Waste and the Living Environment, Chairman Haruo Ito received the Health and Welfare Minister Award (Award for Success in Environmental Business)

Receiving the Minister of Health and Welfare Prize
Receiving the Minister of Health and Welfare Prize

1998

Received the Secretary of the Maritime Safety Agency Prize and the Governor of the Maritime Disaster Prevention Center Prize for our restoration work on a heavy oil spill from a Russian tanker in the Sea of Japan

Site of restoration work following the spill of heavy oil from the Nakhodka, a Russian tanker
Site of restoration work following the spill of heavy oil from the Nakhodka, a Russian tanker

Chiba Works received ISO 14001 certification (Certification number: JQA-EM0304)

1999

Changed corporate name of Daiseki Plant Co., Ltd., to Daiseki Kankyo Engineering Co., Ltd.

Constructed a second plant at the Kanto Works in the city of Sano

Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Nagoya Stock Exchange (Common stock: 1,381,473,500 yen, as of August 5)

2000s

2000

Kyushu Works received ISO 14001 certification (Certification number: JQA-EM0756)

Hokuriku Works received ISO 14001 certification (Certification number: JQA-EM0860)

Listed in on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Nagoya Stock Exchange (Common stock: 2,575,458,956 yen, as of August 1)

Listing on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
Listing on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

Initial public offering (Common stock: 3,701,058,956 yen, as of September 1)

2001

Kanto Works received ISO 14001 certification (Certification number: JQA-EM1966)

Completed new water treatment facilities and an environmental technology center at the Nagoya Works

Completed a sludge recycling plant (sludge dehydration and mixing facilities) at the Hokuriku Works

2002

Headquarters, Nagoya Works and Daiseki Kankyo Engineering Co., Ltd., receive ISO 14001 certification (Certification number: JQA-EM2116)

Completed construction of Kyushu Recycle Center at the Kyushu Works

Opened the Kansai Works in the city of Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture

Opening of the Kansai Works
Opening of the Kansai Works

2003

Received the first Integrity Award in the corporate category

Receiving the Integrity Award
Receiving the Integrity Award

At the National Congress for Consideration of Industrial Waste and the Environment, President Hiroyuki Ito received the Minister of the Environment Award (Award for Success in Environmental Business) (October 16)

Receiving the Minister of the Environment Award
Receiving the Minister of the Environment Award

2004

Kansai Works received ISO 14001 certification (Certification number: JQA-EM3931)

Changed corporate name of Daiseki Kankyo Engineering Co., Ltd., to Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd.

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., completed construction of the Nagoya Recycle Center in the city of Tokai

Completed construction of new water treatment facility at the Kyushu Works

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., completed construction of the Yokohama Recycling Center in the city of Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
(now,Yokohama Nanamugi Recycling Center)

Completed construction of the Nagoya Recycle Center in Minato-ku, Nagoya

Nagoya Works recycling center
Nagoya Works
recycling center

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., was listed on the MOTHERS section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

2005

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., completed expansions of the Nagoya Recycle Center and the Yokohama Recycle Center

Nagoya Recycle Center of Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., was accredited as a contaminated soil purification facility by Nagoya Prefecture

2006

Completed construction of Kanto 3rd Plant in the city of Sano

2007

Daiseki Eco Solution Co., Ltd., completed construction of the Osaka Recycle Center in Taisho-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture

Offered for public subscription 2,200,000 shares and a third-party allocation of 330,000 shares (as of April 25 and May 22, Common stock: 6,382,605,956 yen)

Acquired a stake in Tamura Sangyo Co., Ltd., and converted the company to a subsidiary (the city of Utsunomiya, , Tochigi Prefecture)

2008

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., was listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Nagoya Stock Exchange

Changed corporate name of Tamura Sangyo Co., Ltd., to Daiseki MCR Co., Ltd.

Daiseki MCR Co., Ltd.
Daiseki MCR Co., Ltd.

Augmented new water treatment facilities at the Kansai Works

Completed the Eco Energy Center at the Nagoya Works (Changed center name to the 2nd Eco Energy Center in 2015)

2009

Green Arrows Central Co., Ltd. (which recycles waste plasterboard), a subsidiary of Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., completed a new plant in the city of Tokai and commenced full-fledged operations

Green Arrows Central Co., Ltd.
Green Arrows Central Co., Ltd.

2010s

2010

Acquired a stake in System Kikou Co., Ltd., and converted the company to a subsidiary (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

System Kikou Co., Ltd.
System Kikou Co., Ltd.

2011

Received first-company certification from the city of Nagoya and Ishikawa Prefecture under the newly established system of “Excellent Industrial Waste Manager Certification System”

2012

Received Minister of the Environment Award for success in promoting the formation of a recycling-oriented society

Receiving Minister of the Environment Award
Receiving Minister of the Environment Award

2013

Green Arrows Kyushu Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd., completed a new plant in Fukuoka Prefecture and commenced full-fledged operations

2015

Completed the Eco Energy Center at the Nagoya Works

Eco Energy Center
Eco Energy Center

Daiseki MCR Co., Ltd. completed the Utsunomiya Recycle Center

2017

At the 2017 Aichi Environmental Award, Daiseki group received the Nagoya Mayor Award.

the 2017 Aichi Environmental Award

At the 20th Environmental Communication Awards, “Daiseki CSR Environmental Report 2016” received the Excellent Award in the environmental report division (Award for the 20th Environmental Communication Judge chairperson )

Daiseki CSR Environmental Report 2016

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd. completed the Yatomi Recycling Center in Yatomi-city, Aichi Prefecture

2018

At the 21th Environmental Communication Awards, “Daiseki CSR Environmental Report 2017” received the Excellent Award in the environmental report division (Award for the 21th Environmental Communication Judge chairperson )

Daiseki CSR Environmental Report 2017

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd. completed the Yokohama Ebisu Recycling Center in Yokohama-city, Kanagawa Prefecture

2019

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd. completed the Gifu Recycling Center in Kani-city, Gifu Prefecture

2020s

2022

Transition to the Prime Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Premier Market of the Nagoya Stock Exchange. (Daiseki Co., Ltd. and Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd.)

Opened the Kansai Works Harima Recycle Center in Harima-cho, Kako District, Hyogo Prefecture

2023

Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd. acquired stock of Sugimoto Trading Corporation and made the company its subsidiary (Hikone, Shiga Prefecture)

Transition to the Standard Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. (Daiseki Eco. Solution Co., Ltd.)