performance data

Environmental contributions and impact of Asahi Holdings business activities Figures below represent results for FY 2019.

Environmental performance data

INPUT(FY2019 Results)

Energy Sources

Electricity 49.99 million kWh / year
Heavy oil 762kL / year
Kerosene 458kL / year
Light oil 3,350kL / year
Gasoline 972kL / year
Urban gas 3.06million ㎥/year
LPG 15t / year
Water 479,820 ㎥/year
Chemicals 17,024t / year

OUTPUT(FY2019 Results)

Waste 23,227t / year
Effluent 272,902 ㎥/year
CO2 108,064t / year


Compared to FY2015


By FY2030, we aim to reduce CO2 emissions from energy sources by 26% compared to FY 2015.

<Scope of data>
Headquarters, sites, sales offices and plants in Japan, as well as Group companies*, and overseas subsidiaries* (calculation period: April to March)
* The data pertains to consolidated subsidiaries as of March 31, 2020. Data for deconsolidated subsidiaries are subtracted retroactively, while subsidiaries that were previously non-consolidated has been added retroactively, going back to the fiscal year when the subsidiary became consolidated .

OUTCOME(FY2019 Results)

Amount of precious metals recycled

Amount of precious metals recycled in FY2019


367 tons / year

We will expand and promote precious metal recycling globally in order to make more effective use of limited global resources.

Proper Industrial Waste Disposal


358,000 tons / year

We will strive to ensure proper treatment of waste as a waste disposal expert and work to help build a world of sustainable recycling.

CO2 Emissions Reduction from Precious Metal Recycling

The CO2 emissions reduction benefit from precious metal recycling by the Group is calculated as the emissions from its precious metals recycling deducted from the emissions that would have been produced by refining the same amount of precious metals from mined raw material. By expanding our precious metal recycling, we will also be indirectly contributing to CO2 emissions reduction.
(The CO2 emissions reduction figure does not indicate the level of emissions directly reduced by the Group.)

CO2 Emissions Reduction from Precious Metal Recycling

Environmental benefit of precious metal recycling

When CO2 savings are expressed as the amount of greenhouse gases absorbed by forests, it is equal to 43,317 hectares of forest (an area two-thirds the size of Lake Biwa)

43,317 hectares of forest
(an area two-thirds the size of Lake Biwa)

Note: Calculation was based on the assumption that one cedar tree absorbs 14 kg of CO2 annually (Source: Forestry Agency of Japan), and 1,700 cedar trees are planted in an area of one ha.

Emissions reduction benefit
1.031 million tons-CO2