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TDK sites as habitats for animals and plants

A green park with parrots, bees and turtles, flower meadows, olive trees and palms - the production sites of TDK Electronics are habitats for many animals and plants. In this way, the plants contribute to the preservation of ecosystems.

Biodiversity refers to the variety of animal and plant species and their habitats. The protection of biodiversity is anchored in the TDK Group's environmental policy as an important field of action. At TDK Electronics, many sites are committed to creating and preserving natural habitats for years.

Gravataí, Brazil

The Gravataí plant in Brazil, for example, includes large green areas with tall trees where parrots nest and wild bees live, among other things. To preserve this biotope, only diseased trees and those at risk of falling are felled and replaced. The site covers about 43,000 square meters. A large part of this is accounted for by the park.

 Graph 1 - Brazil Werksgelände
 Graph 2 - Brazil Nest
 Graph 3 - Brazil Ameisen
 Graph 4 - Brazil Sichler
 Graph 6 - Brazil Reiher

Batam, Indonesia

In Indonesia, the Batam site is committed to the motto Tree for Life and is helping, among other things, with the cultivation of mangrove forests on a nearby island. Mangroves protect coastal regions from erosion and flooding and provide a habitat for fish, crabs, water birds and mammals.

 Bild Batam Menschen

 Bild Batam Mangroven

China and India

Planting campaigns take place every year at many sites, including in Brazil, China, India and Indonesia. In some cases, employees combine these campaigns with social projects and plant native trees and bushes, for example together with children on a school campus.

 Bild Pflanzaktionen

Málaga, Spain

Mediterranean plants such as olive trees, oleander, rosemary, hibiscus and dwarf palms grow and thrive on the Spanish Mediterranean coast at the plant premises in Málaga.

 Bild Malaga