Tokyo exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Waste Management. Location Japan, Nagoya.

Daiseki Co.,Ltd. [9793.TJapan

4,415USD25 (-0.57%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

1,693,840,588 USD
MARKET CAP
30.157
PE
0.846
BETA (5y)
152.368
EPS

profit

135%

for 5 years

profit

107%

for 3 years

profit

77%

for 2 years

profit

60%

for 1 year

profit

-3%

for this year

About Daiseki Co.,Ltd.

Daiseki Co.,Ltd. engages industrial waste treatment and resource recycling activities in Japan. The company is involved in the treatment and recycling of waste oil and sludge, as well as collection, transportation, treatment, and recycling of industrial waste. It also develops, produces, and sells Pane-roll and Daiseki Coat concrete release agents; Daiseki Pla-coat plastic release agents; and Daiseki Proof rustpoofing agents. In addition, the company offers industrial lubricating oil for press machines and sharpeners, as well as fuel oils, and industrial and automotive lubricants; and environmental research and analysis services for industrial waste, such as waste oil, waste acid, waste alkali, sludge, and other waste. Further, it engages in the research and restoration of polluted soil, etc.; refining of lubricating oil; sale of petrol products; refinement of lead; recycling used automotive and industrial batteries; washing and treatment of tanks; and recycling of waste plasterboard. Daiseki Co.,Ltd. was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Nagoya, Japan.

株式会社ダイセキのウェブサイトです。廃油、廃水、汚泥などの液状産業廃棄物の処理・リサイクル事業を展開するダイセキは循環型社会の構築に貢献します。

Daiseki Co.,Ltd.
https://www.daiseki.co.jp
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