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About JARP

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About Japan Auto Recycling Partnership

Automobile Recycling Law requires automobile companies and importers to collect and recycle three designated items from ELV: CFCs, airbags, and Automobile Shredder Residue (ASR).

We were established in January 2004 in order to properly, reliably, and efficiently collect and recycle (or destroy in the case of CFCs) CFCs and airbags, which are among the three designated items, commissioned by automobile companies and importers.

We collect and manage CFCs and airbags centrally from about 4,000 recycling companies nationwide on behalf of all automobile companies and importers.

We have streamlined operations by securing economies of scale in terms of logistics and information systems, reducing vehicle owners' recycling fees, and facilitated business operations by establishing a central contact point with CFC recovery operators, CFC destruction operators, dismantling operators, and airbag recycling operators.

In addition, since fiscal year 2016, we have been entrusted by the Automobile Shredder Residue Recycling Promotion Team (ART) with back-office operations related to ASR.

Furthermore, in recent years, in response to changes in the environment surrounding the automotive society, we have established the advanced mobility department and are working on projects for the appropriate recycling of lithium-ion batteries (LiB) and advanced mobility, etc.

About JARP Business


Establishment and operation of a collection and recycling system and logistics system for collected airbagsCFCsPayment of collection fees, etc. to collection agenciesCFCsManagement of operations at designated collection sites


Establishment and operation of a system for the acceptance, destruction, and logistics of recovered CFCs Payment of collection fees, etc., to CFC recovery operators Management of operations at designated pickup locations for CFCs


Under contract with the Automobile Shredder Residue Recycling Promotion Team (ART), the following operations are carried out on behalf of the ART.

Proposal, review, maintenance, and management of All-Use Consortium Ministerial application and report on ASR collection and recycling Payment of recycling and disposal fees to related companies

Lithium-ion Battery

Services related to LiB collection and recycling using the LiB joint collection system Maintenance and management of the LiB joint collection system, contract management and operational guidance with related businesses, various procedures, and fee payment

Advanced Mobility 

A system for taking back and recycling micro-mobiles, etc. that are not subject to the Automobile Recycling Law is being established. Details will be posted in the future.

Massage from the President

In order to ensure the implementation of the " CFCs・Retrieval and destruction of airbags" mandated by the Automotive Recycling Law, the Corporation has been promoting the "establishment, operation, and management of a recycling system including efficient joint collection" on behalf of automobile manufacturers and others.
Furthermore, in 2016, the Organization was entrusted with the back-office operations of the Automobile Shredder Residue Recycling Promotion Team (ART) for Automobile Shredder Residue (ASR), and is involved in the proper and smooth processing of all three designated collected items for automobile recycling.

The accelerating shift to electrification and the growth of recycling of plastics and strategic resources are expected to bring about a major change in the automotive recycling world. The accelerating shift to electrification and the accompanying growth in recycling of plastics and strategic resources are expected to bring about a major transformation in the world of automotive recycling.

On the other hand, the automotive recycling industry is facing a number of challenges that cannot be addressed by the conventional domestic-focused automotive recycling alone, such as the rapid increase in the number of foreign dismantlers, the aggressive entry of foreign recyclers into the Japanese market, and the increasing outflow of used lithium-ion batteries overseas. Therefore, the Corporation recognizes that efforts based on global resource recycling will become increasingly important.

The Corporation is proud that its major strength lies in its expertise in automobile recycling, which has been cultivated under the Automobile Recycling Law. We believe that it is our mission to make the most of this strength and pioneer the future of automobile recycling. We have already started to build a recycling system for electric mobility, which is not covered by the Automobile Recycling Law, and we will continue to contribute to automobile recycling in the future in response to the demands of the times.

On January 1, 2024, we will celebrate the 20th anniversary of our establishment, and have formulated a new mission, vision, and values as our management policy. Under the new policy, we are determined to achieve further growth as a united staff. We hope you will look forward to a new and improved " Japan Auto Recycling Partnership".

As a partner connecting everyone involved in automotive recycling, we ask for your continued understanding and cooperation in our activities.

Japan Auto Recycling Partnership
Representative Director

Kenji Dosaka

About JARP

Corporate Name Japan Auto Recycling Partnership (JARP)
Japan Auto Recycling Partnership (JARP)
Establishment January 1, 2004
Funds 32.5 million yen

Isuzu Motors Limited Suzuki Motor Corporation  Daihatsu Motor Co.,Ltd.
UD Trucks Corporation Hino Motors, Ltd. Subaru Corporation Honda Motor Co.,Ltd. Mazda Motor Corporation
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Mitsubishi Fuso Truck &Bus Corporation Japan Automobile Importers Association

Officers Representative Director Kenji Dosaka
Executive Director Hideo Kurosawa
Director Takashi Shimamura
Auditor Taro Kuroda
Head office

16F, Nihon Jidosha Kaikan, 1-1-30, Shiba Daimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo (MAP)

ASR department

PMO Shiba-Daimon 4F, 1-10-18 Shiba-Daimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo (MAP)



TOEI SUBWAY MITA LINE "ONARIMON (I06)" 3 MINUTES WALK FROM EXIT A2 OR A3 TOEI SUBWAY ASAKUSA LINE/OEDO LINE "DAIMON (A09, E20)" EXIT A4, A5 OR A6 4 MIN. WALK 8 minutes walk from north exit of hamamatsucho.sta Tokyo Monorail "Hamamatsucho" 8 min. walk By car: Take the Shiba Koen exit on the Metropolitan Expressway - Turn right at the Onarimon intersection on Hibiya Street - Turn right at the intersection in front of Atago Police Station

Our Mission

We contribute to establishing Recycling-based Society and Carbon Neutrality, as a partner of ELV recycling.

How we want to be


Achieve safety, appropriateness,
efficiency, and cost reduction of the three items in End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling Law


Provide services beyond expectations to stakeholders (government, obligated parties, related organizations, recyclers, etc.)


Quick respose to changes in the environment surrounding the automotive society, including lithium-ion batteries and advanced mobility


Promote response to internationalization of Japan automobile recycling by utilizing accumulated on-site know-how, etc.

Our Important Values


Ensure compliance


Sense of Ownership
Speedy Response × Execution Capability


Pursuit of the Essence of Things
Self-reliant autonomous actions


ELV Recycling's
on-site capabilities and professionalism


Challenge & Innovation

organization chart

The Establishment of End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling Law

In July 2002, the "Law Concerning Recycling, etc. of End-of-Life Vehicles" (Automobile Recycling Law) was promulgated to address problems in the recycling of end-of-life vehicles.
The law went into full effect in January 2005.

Background of End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling Law

History of JARP


12 Japan automobile companies and Japan Automobile Impoeters Association established Japan Auto Recycling Partnership Limited Liability Intermediate Corporation (JARP)


End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling Law took effect. *1
Automobile manufacturers and importers entrust us with the handling of fluorocarbons and airbags, among the three items which are required to recycle in the law.


Changed corporate status to "General Incorporated Association" due to the repeal of the Intermediate Incorporated Association Act.


Established ART department (now ASR department)
Started handling ASR*2
(Back-office operations related to the collection of automobile shredder residue from automobile manufacturers which joines ART (Automobile Shredder Residue Recycling Team), etc. and its recycling)


Established LiB department (now Advanced Mobility department)
Began handling LiB*3
(Back-office operations related to the collection and recycling of LiBs from automobile manufacturers, etc. that are members of the LiB joint collection system)

*1 Act on Recycling, etc. of End-of-Life Vehicles
*2 Automobile Shredder Residue
*3 Lithium-ion batteries installed in hybrid vehicles and EVs