Sanix Incorporated

About Sanix Incorporated

Sanix Incorporated engages in the sanitation business primarily in Japan. It operates through Solar Engineering, Home Sanitation, Establishment Sanitation, Environmental Resources Development, and Energy Business divisions. The company manufactures, sells, constructs, and maintains photovoltaic solar systems and components for commercial and residential use. It also provides home sanitation solutions comprising termite eradication, underfloor/loft ventilation system, underfloor base reinforcement, house reinforcement system, and residential homes renovation. In addition, the company offers establishment sanitation solutions, such as water supply and drainage facility conservation and management; building and condominium maintenance; and pest control services. Further, it engages in the industrial waste disposal and recycling business; converts waste plastics into fuel for generation of electricity; and purifies commercial and industrial organic waste liquid; and electricity retailing business. Sanix Incorporated was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Fukuoka City, Japan.

4651.T Japan

249USD5 (+2.01%)

• At close Wed Oct 05 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Industrials

Industry: Waste Management

Location Japan, Fukuoka City

Grade: AEA

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