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Environmental Impact Status of Tokyo Disney Resort

Tokyo Disney Resort

The chart below gives a broad indication of the environmental impact of the business operations of Tokyo Disney Resort* in FY 2020. 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 food. Outputs (i.e., emissions resulting from our business activities) include carbon dioxide, wastewater released into the sewage system, and waste (including valuable resources).
 

*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

Environment-related data coverage rate

The environmental impact mass balance, changes in CO₂ emissions, and yearly data cover approximately 98% of the OLC Group’ direct business areas (the Theme Park business, Hotel business, and other business segments) in terms of net sales composition.

Mass Balance on Tokyo Disney Resort Environmental Impacts (FY 2020)

CO2 emissions

*Decreased due to the impact of the temporary closure and shortened operating hours of our Theme Parks.

Yearly Data on Mass Balance

Inputs FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Energy Consumption Total energy consumption (GJ) 2,170,500 1,970,400 1,637,000
Electricity (GJ) 947,500 941,000 725,200
Town gas(GJ) 1,165,500 985,500 888,900
Fuel (GJ) 57,500 43,900 22,900
Water intake Total intake(thousand ㎥) 4,482 4,087 2,560
Clean water(thousand ㎥) 3,600 3,200 2,100
Internally recycled water(thousand ㎥) 882 887 460

Outputs FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
CO₂ emissions Scope 1(t-CO₂) 62,000 52,000 46,000
Scope 2(t-CO₂) 122,000 121,000 89,000
Scope 1 + Scope 2(t-CO₂) 184,000 173,000 135,000
Water discharged Total water discharged
(thousand ㎥)
3,715 3,395 1,928
Sewage/water treatment
facilities(thousand ㎥)
2,700 2,400 1,400
Sea(thousand ㎥) 133 108 68
Internally recycled
(thousand ㎥)
882 887 460
Waste emissions Total including valuable
resources(t)
26,200 24,200 13,200
Volume recycled(t) 19,600 17,800 9,700
Percentage recycled 75% 74% 73%

 

*Tokyo Electric Power Company’s adjusted emission factor used to calculate CO₂ emissions from electricity consumption.
*Includes CO₂ emissions from transportation since FY2017

Water consumption by intake source and discharge destination

(thousand cubic meters)
FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
Total water intake 4,480 4,130 2,560
Breakdown by source Surface water (rivers and lakes) 0 0 0
Surface water (wells and boreholes) 0 0 0
Water used at quarries 0 0 0
Drinking water supplied by Urayasu City 3,600 3,200 2,100
Internal water recycling facilities 880 930 460
Rainwater 0 0 0
Seawater 0 0 0
Total water discharged 3,713 3,438 1,928
Breakdown by discharge destination Sea 133 108 68
Surface water 0 0 0
Wells/underground water 0 0 0
Water treatment facilities 2,700 2,400 1,400
Internal water recycling facilities 880 930 460

COD Emissions

(t)
FY2018 FY2019 FY2020
COD Emissions 0.8 0.7 0.4

*Chemical Oxygen Demand 

*COD Emissions=Σ{CODAverage concentration×amount of emissions}

Container and packaging waste generated

Waste generated on this chart is those entrusted to recycling to The Japan Container and Packaging Recycling Association based on The Containers and Packaging Recycling Law.

*The latest data available are the results of the FY 2019 survey.

(t)
    FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
Glasses Total 85 46 162 63
Collected 0 0 0 0
Waste 85 46 162 63
Paper packaging Total 2,646 2,600 2,865 2,627
Collected 1,055 1,048 1,045 1,129
Waste 1,591 1,552 1,820 1,498
Plastic packaging Total 3,454 3,153 3,591 3,122
Collected 177 197 213 212
Waste 3,277 2,956 3,378 2,910
PET bottle Total 227 214 275 214
Collected 227 214 275 214
Waste 0 0 0 0

Scope 3 CO2 Emissions(FY2020)

(t-CO₂)
Category Emissions Calculation method
Scope 3 Capital goods 401,875 Calculated by multiplying our Group’s capital
expenditure for FY 2019 by emissions
unit value
Fuel- and energy-related
activities not included
in Scope 1 or 2
13,742 Calculated by multiplying the electricity
consumption for the business activities
at Tokyo Disney Resort by emissions unit value
Waste generated
in operations
333 Calculated by multiplying the waste generated
in the business activities at Tokyo Disney Resort
by emissions unit value for each waste disposal
method
Business travel 40 Calculated by multiplying the total days of
business travel by OLC employees in Japan
and abroad by emissions unit value
Employee commuting 6,166 Calculated by multiplying the number of
employees in each category of employment
and the total business days worked by them
by emissions unit value
Upstream leased assets 0 All included in Scope 1 and Scope 2
Processing of sold
products
0 Processing of sold products are not relavant in
our business activity
Use of sold products 0 Use of sold products are few
Downstream leased assets 0 Downstream leased assets are not relavant in
our bueinss activity
Franchises 0 Franchises are not relavant in our business
activity
Investments 0 Not Applicable
Total 422,156

* Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain (Ver.3.1) was referred to in calculating the above.

Results of the OLC Group’s Survey on PRTR Substances

Tokyo Disney Resort

The latest data available are the results of the FY 2019 PRTR substance survey.

Yearly Changes in Release/Transfer Volume

Breakdown of Release/Transfer Volume

Substance Release/
transfer volume (t)
Proportion (%)
Methyl methacrylate 1.3 18.1
Toluene 1.0 13.9
AES (*1) 0.9 12.9
LAS (*2) 0.9 12.7
Xylene 0.8 10.9
AE (*3) 0.5 7.2
2-aminoethanol 0.4 5.3
Styrene 0.3 4.9
Ethylbenzene 0.3 4.7
Boron compounds 0.2 2.3
Others 0.5 7.1

*1. Polyoxyethylene alkyl ether sulfate
*2. Linear alkylbenzene sulfonic acid and its salt
*3. Alcohol ethoxylate

Breakdown by Application

CO2 emissions intensity vis- à -vis FY 2020 medium-term target

This indicates the changes in CO₂ emissions intensity vis-à-vis our FY 2020 medium-term target for measures against climate change.

Amount of daily combustible waste per Guest vis-à-vis FY 2020 medium-term target

This indicates the changes in the amount of daily combustible waste per Guest vis-à-vis our FY 2020 medium-term target for waste management.

CO2 emissions by the OLC Group

This indicates the changes in our Group’s CO₂ emissions.


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