Nitto Denko Group Report 2013

23Nitto Denko Group Report 201302004006008001,0001,200020406080100120(1000ton-EI)(Index)200510020082009201020112012363162201151101434202179101423178221111448209159111431195201109426202217(FY)■ Energy ■ Solvent ■ Industrial Waste ■ Other GHG IndexFY200520082009201020112012Added Value(million yen)318,098328,264298,890332,153300,365332,860EnvironmentalImpact (ton-El)876,846815,973814,210826,178822,979845,349Productivity0.3630.4020.3670.4020.3650.394Relative Index100111101111101109Raw materials purchased(Excluding solvents)Raw materials181,857 ton230,474 tonWater4,492,199 tonEffluent water4,333,073 tonAir emissions441,315 tonWaste disposal51,221 tonProducts142,360tonEnergy5,829,463 GJPurchased solvents42,978 tonMaterials from material recycling5,639 tonMaterials from material recycling18,012 tonPlastics*5,639 tonSolvents12,374 tonWaste incinerated (Recycled energy)47,364 ton (1,922,382 GJ)Waste incinerated*6,045 tonSolvents incinerated41,259 tonPurchased electricity(of which 3,905,400 GJ purchased)1,277,219 GJOther energy2,628,181 GJRecycled energy1,922,382 GJIn-house power generation1,681 GJExternallyrecycled waste50,937 ton11,684 tonLandll284 tonCO2440,342 tonOrganic solvents973 tonPublic water area2,739,864 tonSewerage system244,344 tonTap water & Industrial water2,155,494 tonGroundwater2,195,677 tonRecycled water141,028 tonEnergyrecyclingWater recyclingMaterialrecyclingManufacturingprocessIn-houserecycled waste** In-house recycling of industrial waste: Industrial waste is recycled into plastic or incinerated to produce energy.load from corporate activity vis-a-vis the added value created from that activity. It is obtained by dividing the added value*1 created from corporate activity by Environmental Impact*2 entailed in the creation of the added value.Environmental Impact Value-added Productivity in fiscal 20120.394 million yen/ton-El Index*3: 109In scal 2012, the Environmental Impact Value-added Productivity Index rose slightly on the previous scal year. That was because Environmental Impact remained mostly unchanged while Added Value rose. However, in order to achieve our goals for scal 2015, more reductions of Environmental Impact and an increase of the Added Value will be necessary. Together we will make concerted efforts globally to tackle such problems.*1Added value = sales – (material costs + outside order expenses + energy costs)*2A unique unit utilized by the Nitto Denko Group, indicating Environmental Impact (quantity of CO2 equivalent emissions), into which we convert energy purchased, industrial waste generated, solvent purchased and the like through the use of a coefficient. (unit: ton-El).*3Index shows variation in Environmental Impact Value-added Productivity by setting the index at 100 as of fiscal 2005Environmental Impact of Our Business Activities – Material Flow of Business Activities (non-consolidated)Environmental Impact Value-added Productivity (Environmental impact and Relative index) (consolidated)Environmental Impact Value-added Productivity (consolidated)Raw materialsCO2 emissionsSolvent emissionsWater dischargeIndustrial wasteR&D expensesCapitalinvestmentRecyclingEnergyWaterCorporate governanceManagementProductsNew technologyIntellectualpropertyBusinessactivitySalesOperatingIncomeDividendsSocialcontributionsHumanresources