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Environmental Data

Summary of Environmental Data

Corporate activities result in the movement of various materials and an impact on the environment.
At FP Corporation, we make every effort to accurately grasp the impact our own corporate activities have on the environment, to reduce and control the impact we have on the natural environment as much as possible.
The following information describes the balance of material inputs and outputs and our energy usage by section.

Manufacturing Division Data

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FY2015FY2016FY2017
INPUTEnergy Electricity(kwh) 289,768,365 312,422,933 308,307,944
Energy from Fossil Fuels(MJ) 129,758,549 153,668,163 109,649,757
Water Resources Water Supply(㎥) 302,088 370,846 321,886
Groundwater(㎥) 9,2835 163,240 160,806
Industrial Water(㎥) 174,066 85,102 101,390
Raw Materials Resins, etc.(t) 175,652 184,720 181,795
Secondary Materials
Other
Cardboard(t) 31,304 31,304 34,809
Packaging Plastic(t) 2,638 2,865 2,848
Lubricating Oil(L) 15,583 10,827 12,738
Thinners(L) 30,213 24,432 27,109
Paper(sheets) 3,876,077 2,664,500 2,690,000

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FY2015FY2016FY2017
OUTPUTProduct Product Manufacturing Weight(t) 164,992 175,907 177,174
Number of Truck Shipments(shipments) 164,959 178,649 160,852
Waste (t) 17,426 19,684 19,533
Environmental Pollutants Soot and Dust(kg) 301 197 186
NOx(kg) 73,989 36,633 20,309
BOD(kg) 27,860 13,835 8,418
COD(kg) 18,194 16,717 12,555
SS(kg) 5,330 18,668 9,983

Logistics Division FY2017 Data (Annual Production Values)

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FY2015FY2016FY2017
INPUTEnergy Electricity(kwh) 13,021,132 16,041,776 17,343,122
Energy from Fossil Fuels(MJ) 3,250,773 2,816,660 3,030,483
Water Resources Water Supply(㎥) 19,320 23,204 23,024
Other Paper(sheets) 15,265,800 10,765,074 9,203,816
OUTPUTWaste (t) 442 423 475

Office Division FY2017 Data (Annual Production Values)

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FY2015FY2016FY2017
INPUTEnergy Electricity(kwh) 2,052,053 3,068,042 3,050,915
Other Paper(sheets) 5,979,624 5,013,500 5,341,500
OUTPUTWaste (t) 228 217 181

Environment related costs

Environmental protection cost

Environmental protection cost

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ItemMinor classificationContentsInvestment amount
(Million yen)
Amount
(Million yen)
Business area cost Pollution prevention cost Water quality Water treatment equipment in recycling plant  161  17 
Greening Greening at plants and distribution centers  5  18 
Global environmental protection cost Energy saving, global warming prevention Energy saving equipment such as LED 154 15 
Resource circulation cost Resource Kanto Eco PET Plant capital investments 13,258  353 
Waste Disposal Industrial Waste Disposal Cost 0  110 
Recycling Recycled raw material production cost  2,625   ※
Upstream and downstream costs Recycling cost Recovery Recovery cost of used trays, transparent containers and PET bottles 0  474 
Management activity cost Indirect labor cost, environmental publicity, environmental education Environmental education Cost of environmental education 16  104 
Social activity cost Community work, organization support Donation / support Environmental donations and support money 0  2 
Total  16,219 1,094 

*It is private for company information

Economic effects associated with environmental protection

Economic effects associated with environmental protection

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ItemContentsAmount
(Million yen)
Economic effects  Sales amount of environmentally friendly products Sales amount of Eco tray, Eco APET, Eco OPET products 39,794

Maintenance and Management of Incinerators

1.FPCO previously had incinerators installed at its Kanto and Fukuyama Plants. However, as of December 2014 one of these incinerators has been decommissioned, while operation of the other has been halted.

  • Kanto Plant incinerator: operation halted as of May 19, 2008 (pre-2002 regulation incinerator)
  • Fukuyama Plant incinerator: operation halted as of September 11, 2007, and subsequently decommissioned on July 25, 2013 (post-2002 regulation incinerator)

2.Maintenance plan

  • Maintenance of the Fukuyama Plant incinerator prior to shut down

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Management itemVoluntary control valueMeasurement frequencyMeasurement results*
Air pollution Sulfur oxide (exhaust gas) Concentration: (K value) 3 or less At least once in 6 months Below control value
Hydrogen chloride (exhaust gas) Concentration: 45 mg / m 3 N Below control value
Nitrogen oxide (exhaust gas) Concentration: 180 ppm Below control value
Amount of soot and dust (exhaust gas) Amount: 0.1g / m3N Below control value
Carbon monoxide (exhaust gas) Concentration: 80 ppm Below control value
Amount of dioxins  (Exhaust gas) Amount: 0.2 ng - TEQ / g At least once a year Below control value
(Dust and dirt) Amount: 0.01 ng / g
(Incineration ash) Amount: 1 ng / g
Noise Noise Regional agreement value 60 dB At least once a year (site boundary) Below control value
Vibration Vibration Voluntary control value 60 dB At least once a year (site boundary) Below control value
Bad smell Specific malodor substance concentration · odor index Fukuyama City Ordinance Regulation Odor Index 18 At least once a year (site boundary) Below control value

*Measurement results :Two years in 2006 and 2007

  • Maintenance and inspections of the Fukuyama Plant incinerator prior to shut down

Maintenance and inspections were conducted based on a specially prepared maintenance and inspection list (PDF) for each item of equipment for each incinerator process, from dry distillation and incineration to cooling of combustion gases.
All incinerator equipment was operated smoothly and without incident, for the entire period from the time of its installation until shut down.