Nippon Antenna enacted its own "Quality/Environmental Policy" in 2014, and continues to implement activities for the preservation of the environment.

Quality/Environmental Policy

- Basic philosophy -

In an information society, our company provides the good product by specific technology, and service, in broad fields such as various antenna and associated equipment, and telecommunications system construction, and contributes to construction and development of an advanced information and telecommunications society.


- Management concept -

"Cooperation" "Efficiency" "Challenge"


Quality policy
"For good products by all of us!!"


Environmental policy
"Offer of environment-friendly goods"


Guidelines for Behavior
1) Establish quality and environmental objectives and perform the continuous improvement of management system for a customer satisfaction and an environmental performance enhancement.
2) We strive for prevention of pollution, climate change mitigation, and conservation of biological diversity by promoting 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle).
3) The laws and regulations of the product relation and environmental relation applied to our company, and the customer requirements are observed.


April 1, 2018
President & Representative Director: Koichi Takizawa


ISO14001 (international standard for environmental management)

Registration Number


Registered Sites

Head Office, Warabi Factory, Kawasato Factory,
Ishinomaki Atex Co., Ltd.

Applicable Standard

ISO14001:2015 (JIS Q 14001:2015)

Scope of Registration

  • Design, development, manufacture and sales of electronics equipment for CATV, broadcast/communication satellite, communication and broadcast receaving.
  • Design, development, manufacture and sales of antennas for TV, communication and broadcast receiving.
  • Design, development and sales of peripheral equipment for PC and smart device.
  • Design and installations of communication and CATV system.

Initial Registration Date

June 22, 2001

Transition Date to ISO14001:2015

June 22, 2016

RoHS Directive Compliant Activities

As part of Nippon Antenna's environmental activities carried out in accordance with the company's "Environmental Policy" and "Guidelines for Behavior," we create "environmentally friendly products" based on activities compliant with the RoHS Directive enacted in Europe in July 2006.

RoHS Directive Compliancy Symbol
Products compliant with the RoHS Directive feature this symbol.

What is the RoHS Directive?

The RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive restricts the use of six hazardous materials (lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ether) in the manufacture of electronic and electrical equipment, excepting some products, with the aim of reducing the load from these products on human health and the environment throughout the lifecycle of the product, from development to disposal.

Green Procurement Activities

Nippon Antenna practices green procurement activities for parts and materials procured from suppliers in order to deliver products to customers that do not contain any substances hazardous to human health or the environment.

Conflict Mineral Policy

In recent years, there has been concern that mineral resources mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and surrounding countries are a source of funding for armed groups that are causing serious human rights violations and environmental destruction.
The militants are said to be funding the trade of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold produced in these areas, and their mineral resources are called conflict minerals.
From the perspective of CSR, NIPPON ANTENNA positions this conflict mineral problem as a major issue in procurement activities and has a policy of not using these minerals in NIPPON ANTENNA products.