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Environmental Impact Status of Tokyo Disney Resort

Tokyo Disney Resort's

The chart below gives a broad indication of the environmental impact of the business operations of Tokyo Disney Resort (Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel, Ikspiari, Bon Voyage, the Tokyo Disney Resort Line, and Maihama Amphitheater) in FY 2017. The data covers more than 90% of the OLC Group’s business areas: the Theme Park business, Hotel business, and Other business segments. Our environmental efforts touch on a variety of areas including energy management, water processing, waste management and recycling activities. We give due consideration to a range of environmental factors to reduce the burden on the global environment produced by our business activities.
 Inputs (i.e., external factors that contribute to the environmental impact of our operations) include energy (electricity, city gas, fuel, etc.), water (clean water), various goods, equipment and foodstuffs. Outputs (i.e., emissions resulting from our business activities) include carbon dioxide, wastewater released into the sewage system, and waste (including valuable resources).

Mass Balance on Tokyo Disney Resort Environmental Impacts (FY 2017)

CO2 emissions

Yearly Data on Mass Balance

 

*Tokyo Electric Power Company’s adjusted emission factor used to calculate CO2 emissions from electricity consumption.