Environmental Performance Data

Environmental Activity Plan

Fiscal 2016 Goals and Results and Fiscal 2017 Environmental Activity Plan

We achieved our goals in mitigating global warming, reducing the volume of construction by-products, and pursuing environmentally friendly design in fiscal 2016. However, we did not achieve our goals in protecting biodiversity.

Mitigating Climate Change

CO2Emissions: Results and Goals

Category Unit FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Actual Actual Target Actual Variance Target
During
Construction
Scope1 t-CO2 204,750 197,190 197,000 214,782 N.A. 210,000
Scope2 56,250 50,810 50,000 45,096 N.A. 45,000
Total 261,000 248,000 247,000 259,878 N.A. 255,000
Intensity Tons of CO2/
amount of sales
(¥100 millions)
18.94 21.28 N.A. 17.07 N.A. N.A.
Own Offices Scope1 Tons of CO2 1,130 2,720 2,800 723 N.A. 700
Scope2 7,870 6,280 6,500 10,180 N.A. 10,000
Total 9,000 9,000 9,300 10,903 N.A. 10,700
Total Scope1 Tons of CO2 205,880 199,910 199,800 215,505 N.A. 215,000
Scope2 64,120 57,090 56,500 55,276 N.A. 55,000
Total 270,000 257,000 256,300 270,263 N.A. 270,000
Energy-
efficient
design
Scope3 Tons of CO2 57,000 48,000 N.A. 63,000 N.A. N.A.

Notes: Boundary to FY2017 target is non-consolidated in Japan. The results as "N.A." due to consolidated domestic and overseas since then.

Energy Use: Results and Goals

Category Unit FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Actual Actual Target Actual Variance Target
During
Construction
Energy consumption (fuel oil, electricity, etc.) 1,000GJ 3,926 3,754 3,750 3,584 N.A. 3,550
Own Offices + Warehouse/factory Energy consumption (electricity, etc.) 1,000GJ 165 142 140 128 N.A. 120
Total Energy consumption 1,000GJ 4,091 3,896 3,890 3,712 N.A. 3,670

Notes: Boundary to FY2017 target is non-consolidated in Japan. The results as "N.A." due to consolidated domestic and overseas since then.

Evaluating the Financial Impact of Climate Change

The following table shows the calculated financial impact of climate change.

Category Cost
(Millions of yen)
Energy-efficiency Cost of energy-efficiency in Shimizu I-2 817
R&D Environmental business (energy-related) 501
Cost of R&D on environmental conservation 723
Cost of climate change 2,041

Pollution Prevention and Waste

Emissions of air pollutants

Category Unit Emissions source FY2015 FY2016 FY2017
Actual Actual Actual
NOX ton Electricity 35.7 33.1 28.4
Diesel Oil 298.5 278.5 288.1
Total 334.2 311.6 316.5
SOX ton Electricity 30.0 27.8 23.8
Diesel Oil 490.3 457.5 473.3
Total 520.3 485.3 497.1

Emission source unit
NOx:0.310g-NOx/kWh(Electricity) 3.860 g-NOx/l(Diesel Oil)
SOx:0.260g-NOx/kWh(Electricity) 6.340 g-NOx/l(Diesel Oil)
(Source: Japan Federation of Construction Contractors)

Waste: Results and Goals

Category Unit FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Actual Actual Target Actual Variance Target
Construction
Waste
Hazardous Waste ton 864 1,034 N.A. 1,240 N.A. N.A.
Total Waste 10,000 tons 222 207 N.A. 211 N.A. N.A.
Non-recyclable Waste 10,000 tons 15 16 N.A. 14 N.A. N.A.
Recycled Waste 10,000 tons 207 191 N.A. 197 N.A. N.A.
Office
Waste
Total Waste ton 546 578 N.A. 585 N.A. N.A.
Non-recyclable Waste ton 47 37 N.A. 39 N.A. N.A.
Recycled Waste ton 499 541 N.A. 546 N.A. N.A.

Notes: Boundary to FY2016 target is non-consolidated in Japan. It change to consolidated domestic and overseas for FY2017 target.
Construction waste is managed by objectives as follows Original Unit (Volume from construction / Total Floor Area) reduction and Final Disposal rates (Unrecyclable waste rate) reduction.

Resource Use: Results and Goals

Category Unit FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Actual Actual Target Actual Variance Target
Green Procurement
Blast Furnace Ready-mixed Concrete 10,000 tons 45.8 34.5 N.A. 30.0 N.A. N.A.
Electric Furnace Steel Materials 10,000 tons 14.0 8.0 N.A. 8.4 N.A. N.A.
CO2 from Blast Furnace Concrete and electric Furnace Steel Materials 10,000 tons of CO2 14.6 13.7 N.A. 13.0 N.A. N.A.
Recycled Materials 10,000 tons 38.9 20.9 N.A. 33.1 N.A. N.A.
Main Construction Materials
Ready-mixed Concrete 10,000 tons 517.3 477.5 N.A. 306.0 N.A. N.A.
Steel Materials 10,000 tons 20.0 27.3 N.A. 29.1 N.A. N.A.
Rebar 10,000 tons 49.0 26.2 N.A. 27.9 N.A. N.A.
Tropical Plywood Formwork Office Activities - Other 1.1 0.9 N.A. 1.1 N.A. N.A.
Office Activities - Other
Copier Paper 10,000 sheets 8,398 8,793 N.A. 8,229 N.A. N.A.

Notes: Boundary to FY2017 target is non-consolidated in Japan. The results as "N.A." due to consolidated domestic and overseas since then.

Financial Impact of Pollution, Water, Materials Use

Category Cost (Millions of yen)
Pollution Cost of steps taken to prevent environmental pollution at the job site 10,597
Resource recycling Cost of proper processing of construction by-products 15,336
Cost of contaminated waste 25,933

R&D Investment for Pollution Alleviation

Category Cost (Millions of yen)
R&D Investment for Pollution measure, Waste reduction, Recycling, Reuse Raw material reduction 433

Water Use: Results and Goals

Water intake amount and Displacement

Category Unit FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Actual Actual Target Actual Variance Target
Water intake*1 Construction Site
Water intake m3 2.06 million 2.12 million 2.15 million 2.21 million N.A. 2.19 million
Office Activities
Water intake m3 55,000 60,000 N.A. 262,000 N.A. 246,000
Water Recycling (Head Office) m3 14,000 14,000 N.A. 14,000 N.A. 14,000
Percentage of Water Recycled from Business Activities 25 23 N.A. 5 N.A. 5.5
Total m3 2.115 million 2.18 million N.A. 2.468 million N.A. 2.431 million
Displacement*2 Construction Site
Displacement m3 1.77 million 1.79 million N.A. 2.007 million N.A. N.A.
Office Activities
Displacement m3 55,000 60,000 N.A. 262,000 N.A. N.A.
Total m3 1.825 million 1.85 million N.A. 2.269 million N.A. N.A.
  1. Adding up from Water for public use.
  2. Adding up to Displacement for public use.

Notes: Boundary to FY2017 target is non-consolidated in Japan. The results as "N.A." due to consolidated domestic and overseas since then.

Category Cost (Millions of yen)
R&D for Water Pollution, Contaminating Soiland Grand Water 46

Material Flows

The flow chart below shows the flow of energy, water, and material input and waste, water, CO2 , and material output from Shimizu's office and construction activities.

Material Flows