Environmental Conservation Costs

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Item Capital Investment Costs* Year-on-Year Change Main Costs
Business area activities 57 76 ▲2.1 -
43 48 ▲6.5
Pollution prevention 2.9 16 1.3 Maintenance of wastewater treatment and disposal facilities, renewal of aging equipment
1.6 12 0.7
Global environmental conservation 51 29 2.1 Renewal of substation equipment, maintenance and management of pollution abatement abatement facilities
39 20 1.2
Resource recycling 2.6 31 ▲5.5 Consignment of the disposal of waste containing PCBs, construction of additional recycling facilities
1.5 16 ▲7.4
Upstream and downstream production 0.0 2.1 0.5 Sewage expenses, maintenance and management of water-related power supply equipment
0.0 1.9 0.5
Management activities 1.6 34 0.2 Personnel expenses, employee education
0.7 30 0.4
R&D activities 1.0 62 ▲0.3 Improvement of energy/resources efficiency, designs to reduce size and weight
0.6 61 0.5
Community activities 0.0 0.3 0.0 Cleaning activities outside company premises, greening activities
0.0 0.2 0.0
Environmental damage countermeasures 0.0 0.5 ▲2.3 Purification of contaminated soil/groundwater, measuring contamination levels
0.0 0.5 ▲2.3
Consolidated total 60 175 ▲4.0
Non-consolidated total 44 141 ▲7.4

Environmental Conservation Benefits (Environmental Performance)

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Item Unit Fiscal 2019 Results Year-on-Year Change Year-on-Year Per Net Sales
Total energy used 10,000 GJ 2,034 72 102%
1,134 ▲29 96%
Water used 10,000 m3 1,087 ▲21 96%
706 ▲45 92%
Greenhouse gas emissions 10,000 tons-CO2 130 3.0 100%
61 ▲2.5 94%
CO2 (energy consumption) 10,000 tons-CO2 113 5.0 103%
57 ▲1.0 96%
HFC, PFC, SF6 10,000 tons-CO2 18 ▲1.0 93%
3.5 ▲1.2 73%
Total emission and transfer of chemical substances into the atmosphere Tons 881 ▲113 87%
179 ▲82 67%
Total wastewater discharged 10,000 m3 854 ▲103 87%
571 ▲122 81%
Total emission and transfer of chemical substances into the water and soil Tons 8.0 ▲6.0 56%
2.0 ▲0.2 89%
Total waste discharged Tons 212,752 ▲2,802 97%
86,569 ▲1,826 96%
Final disposal Tons 412 ▲72 83%
1.1 ▲0.1 90%

Environmental Conservation Benefits

Economic Benefits from Environmental Conservation Activities (Actual Benefits)

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Item Amount Change Main Costs
Earnings 37 1.8 Profit on sale of valuable materials (mainly metals)
14 ▲2.8
Savings 11 0.7 Results of energy savings, recycling of water and other resources, and introduction of equipment to reduce the input of resources
9.3 1.7
Consolidated total 48 2.5
Non-consolidated total 24 ▲1.1

Economic Benefits from Environmental Consideration in Products and Services (Estimated Benefits)

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Item Amount Main Costs
Consolidated total 10,099 Reduction of electricity bills as the result of improved energy efficiency of products*
Non-consolidated total 7,453
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