Key Achievements in Environmental Conservation
Global Environmental Burden Data
Scope of Coverage
“Environmental burden data” includes data on the activities of 20 companies in conjunction with G-TEKT and its overseas consolidated subsidiaries and affiliates accounted for using the equity method (calculated at 50%).
Greenhouses Gas Emissions
Direct emission of greenhouse gases from corporate activities (energy use by combustion of heavy oil A, diesel oil, kerosene, gasoline, LPG and natural gas, including emissions from fuel consumption of LPG, gasoline, diesel oil used for forklifts).
Indirect emissions of greenhouse gases from corporate activities (use of electricity energy). Japan uses the emission factor (0.378t-CO2/MWh) based on the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures, and countries outside Japan uses the emission factor of 2008 in IEA’s CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion.
Water Resource Usage
Amount used = Σ (Amount purchased from water supply facilities + groundwater intake)
Amount of Waste Generated
Note: The amount of waste consigned for a fee is not known for certain bases in China for fiscal 2019.
amount generated = Σ (amount of industrial waste + amount of business related general industrial waste)
Areas other than Japan show the amount of industrial waste that is consigned to waste disposal services for a fee.
G-TEKT Group material flow（*FY2020 Results）
Global Supply Chain Environmental Burden Data
By understanding the environmental burden of the supply chain, G-TEKT works with its suppliers to reduce CO2 emissions throughout the supply chain.