(Environmental Accounting)Resort Facilities

Resort Facilities

Environmental Expenses

  In fiscal 2013, environmental capital investment decreased by ¥0.9 million compared with the previous fiscal year to ¥14.9 million. Principal investments included converting to LED lighting (Tsumagoi™) and water supply and drainage improvements (Katsuragi™). Environmental expenses primarily consisted of greening of facility premises.

Environmental Expenses(million yen)
    Details Investment*1 Expenses*2
Business area costs Pollution prevention Prevention of air, water and soil pollution, etc. 9.6 21.6
Energy conservation, etc. Prevention of global warming, protection of the ozone layer, etc. 4.9 5.0
Waste, etc. Waste recycling, resource saving, conservation of water, etc. 0.0 52.5
Upstream/downstream costs Recycling of products, improvements in logistics, etc. 0.0 2.2
Management costs Environmental education, ISO 14001, greening of premises, etc. 0.4 121.5
Research and development costs Development of environmentally friendly products and services, etc. - 1.0
Social activity costs Social contributions, etc. 0.0 0.7
Environmental damage costs Groundwater purification, etc. 0.0 0.2
Total 14.9

( ) indicates comparison with the previous year.

  • *1 Equipment investment refers to investment in factories and equipment made for environmental conservation objectives. The figure is calculated by multiplying the purchase price of individual pieces of equipment by a figure determined by the proportion of the environmental conservation purpose to the whole purpose of the purchase of such equipment (e.g., 0.1, 0.5, 1.0).
  • *2 Expenses refer to personnel and other costs expended for environmental conservation activities. Personnel expenses are calculated by multiplying the time spent on environmental conservation activities determined by the manager of each department by a common unit cost of personnel expenses set in each company. Costs are determined by multiplying the amounts paid externally by a certain figure calculated using a proportional distribution method as in the case of investment amounts (e.g., 0.1, 0.5, 1.0). Depreciation costs are not included.

Environmental Investment

Environmental Investment

Environmental Expenses

Environmental Expenses

Environmental Effects

1. Environmental Conservation Effects

  In fiscal 2013, CO2 emissions increased by 200 tons, water usage increased by 26,000 m3 and the amount of disposed waste declined by 3 tons.

Environmental Conservation Effects
Details Unit FY2012 FY2013 Change
CO2 emissions 10,000tons-CO2 0.90 0.92 -0.02
Water consumption 10,000m3 60.9 63.5 -2.6
Waste treated or disposed of 1,000tons 0.017 0.014 0.003

Minus (-) indicates an increase.

2. Economic Effects

  In fiscal 2013, electricity and heating costs increased by ¥20.2 million, water costs decreased by approximately ¥2.8 million and waste disposal costs decreased by ¥7.9 million. The result was a total negative economic effect of ¥9.1 million compared with the previous fiscal year, including sales profit of 400,000 yen from the conversion of waste to valuables.

Economic Effects(million yen)
Details FY2012 FY2013 Savings
Total savings     -9.5
Electricity and heating costs 328.3 348.4 -20.2
Water costs 82.0 79.2 2.8
Waste disposal costs 27.5 19.6 7.9
Income from sale of valuable waste 0.3 0.4 0.4
Economic effects -9.1

Minus (-) indicates an increase.

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