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Environmental Data

Japanese Manufacturing Plants in FY2018

Manufacturing Plants Overseas

Scope:

Manufacturing Plants in Japan:
NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, SAPPORO NISSIN, AJINIHON, NISSIN PLASTICS, NISSIN F.D. FOODS, KAGAWA NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, HIGASHINIHON MYOJO, NISHINIHON MYOJO, UNI-STAR, SAITAMA NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, SAGAMI FRESH, SHIKOKU NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, TAKAMATSU NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, MIE NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NICKY FOODS, NISSIN CISCO, NISSIN YORK, BONCHI
Manufacturing Plants overseas:
Consolidated subsidiaries*6
  • *1 Data for raw materials applies to NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS and SAPPORO NISSIN, and data for containers and packaging materials to NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS and MYOJO FOODS.
  • *2 Transportation data which covers transportation of products from plant to wholesaler refers to NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NISSIN CHILLED FOODS, NISSIN FROZEN FOODS, MYOJO FOODS and NISSIN CISCO.
  • *3 Product weight data does not include data for UNI-STAR, SAGAMI FRESH and BONCHI.
  • *4 Waste data does not include data for BONCHI. The waste data and recycling rate for fiscal 2006 do not include data for MYOJO FOODS.
  • *5 CO2 emissions data does not include data for UNI-STAR, SAGAMI FRESH and BONCHI.
  • *6 Does not include data for NISSIN YILDIZ GIDA SANAYI VE TICARET A.S.

Calculation methods:

CO2 emissions from the production division are calculated according to the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Counter Measures.
CO2 emissions for electricity use in Japan are calculated using emission factors for the previous fiscal year disclosed by electric power companies.
CO2 emissions for overseas electricity use are calculated using country-specific emissions factors from the International Energy Agency.
Estimated data is used for overseas manufacturing plants where complete data was not available.
The thermal energy conversion factor for Japan and overseas electricity use is 3.6 (GJ/MWh).
Logistics-related emissions are calculated according to the provisions of the Act on the Rational Use of Energy.

Because the figures have been rounded up or down, grand totals may not exactly match the sum of totals for individual companies, and the sum of percentages may not add up to 100%.

Environmental Accounting

Environmental Conservation Benefits

Environmental impact FY2017 FY2018 Benefit*
INPUT Energy Consumption (TJ) 2,189 2,211 0
Electricity (TJ) 888 875 22
heavy oil (TJ) 0 0 0
Gas (TJ) 1,301 1,336 -22
Water (m3) 1,457,619 1,501,911 -29,583
OUTPUT CO2 (t-CO2) 118,216 117,415 1,994
Waste Emissions (t) 22,051 21,745 528
Landfill of waste (t) 92 85 7
Discharged Water (m3) 1,086,769 1,083,545 14,190
BOD (t) 2 2 0
NOx (t) 22 25 -3
SOx (t) 0 0 0
  • *Accounting is based on the Environmental Accounting Guidelines 2005 issued by the Ministry of the Environment.
  • *Scope of data :NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS’s four plants, SAPPORO NISSIN, AJINIHON
  • *FY2017 Product Weight×(FY2018 Product Weight÷FY2017 Product Weight)- FY2018 Product Weight
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