In order to assess environmental activities at dealers in a more comprehensive way, since 2019, TMV  has conducted the Eco-Dealership Assessment Program that is upgraded from the previous “Dealer Environmental Risk Audit Program”.The program consists of four parts:

Chương trình Eco dealership

  1. Setting up an Environmental Management System (EMS)
  2. Minimizing environmental risks
  3. Improving environmental activities
  4. Contribution activities to society and community.

Dealers who fulfil the above criteria will receive the Eco- Dealership certificate from TMC. Implementation of activities by all dealers will be checked and evaluated periodically by TMV


In the context of the increasing effects of climate’s changing, TMV has guided dealers to carry out environmental protection activities, focusing on reducing CO2 emissions - the major factor causing greenhouse effect. The CO2 is produced during the operation of the dealers, from the use of electricity (95%) and fuel (gasoline, diesel). Therefore, TMV’s first requirement for reducing CO2 emissions is to promote electricity saving activities by using air conditioners, compressors and lighting systems. Currently, 100% of Toyota dealers are actively conducting a lot of CO2 emissions reduction such as replacing fluorescent lamps with LED lights, and labeling energy-saving reminding stickers near electricity switches, etc.

In addition, using renewable energy sources which cause no CO2 emissions, such as solar energy, is also a long-term solution that TMV has targetted. This solution has been gradually applying in some new dealers, eg. Toyota Tien Giang and Toyota Phu Tai Duc Ha Tinh. In 2018, TMV dealers cut approximately 175 tons of CO2

Water controlling is the fourth challenge in 6 Toyota Environmental Challenges to 2050. Therefore, currently TMV has asked its dealers to monitor and take measures to save water and limit groundwater exploitation, especially not to pollute water sources, through the treatment of wastewater up to the prescribed standards before being discharged into the general system.

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Reducing garbage and increasing recycling measures is one of Toyota’s six Environmental Challenges by 2050. TMV has requested dealers to monitor and set targets for the reduction of hazardous waste and printing papers. Specific measures include the labeling to classify garbage, especially hazardous waste, encouraging office staff to utilize single-sided printing papers, only printing when really needed


With the aim of going beyond zero environmental impact in Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050, TMV understands the need of good cooperation with business partners through consistent processes of action

In the Green Purchasing Guidelines, beside standard activities, TMV regularly adds-on new contents to keep up with global issues and the latest technological capabilities, such as reducing CO2 emissions throughout the life cycle of products, beginning from spare parts and raw material suppliers; reducing the impact on water quality; promoting the recycling of resources; managing the use of chemicals; and building a society in harmony with nature. In order to implement this Guidelines, TMV requests its partners to appoint person-in-charge of the environment affairs and continuously promote internal environmental initiatives among employees

BVQI trao chứng chỉ ISO cho Toyota Láng Hạ

Compliance with environmental commitments is an important priority for maintaining Toyota’s “Green Supply Chain”. TMV requires new suppliers (especially suppliers of parts, accessories, raw materials, auxiliary materials) to obtain ISO 14001 certification within 1 year after corporating with TMV. In addition, since January 2017, TMV officially launched the International Material Data System (IMDS) so suppliers could systematize the management of material and chemical components in each product. Since then, all tested materials and components (more than 310 items) have met the requirements of the IMDS system

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Especially, TMV requires and supports all suppliers and business partners to make action plans and set up equipment systems in an effort to reduce CO2 emissions during all phases from product design, development to full operation of a product life cycle. From 2017 to March 2018, TMV’s suppliers have made efforts to reduce more than 3,950,000 tons of CO2

During 2018 - 2019, TMV has organized a training course on IMDS to instruct to set CO2 reduction targets and invited suppliers to visit TMV factory to introduce TMV’s environmental activities. In addition, TMV also encourages suppliers to promote all ISO 14001 activities to their secondary business partners.