Policies and Regulations

Our Policy on Reducing Use of Disposable Plastic

The OLC Group is striving to reduce the use of disposable plastic in line with Our Environmental Policy.
With respect to items and restaurants where safety and convenience can be secured, we will continue stepping up our measures to reduce the use of plastic by adopting renewable resources, among others. We are also continuing with our efforts to recycle waste plastic through rigorous sorting.

OLC Group’s Environmental Policy(FY2005 November)

The OLC Group undertakes environmental activities in line with Our Environmental Policy.

Management Structures

Structures to Promote Environmental Action

OLC Group has established an Environmental Action Committee chaired by the Executive Director and Executive Vice President Officer in charge of the Sustainability Promotion Department, Corporate Strategy Planning Division. The committee is responsible for planning and setting targets for the Company’s environmental activities including climate change. Established under the Environmental Action Committee, the Subcommittee on Waste Management shares our waste management policy across the Group and strengthen collaboration. We strive to implement initiatives to reduce environmental impact by conducting fact-finding surveys, and devise strategies for reducing waste generated by our group including single use plastics.


*The four subcommittees are: the Subcommittee on Global Warming Prevention, the Subcommittee on Energy Management, the Subcommittee on Waste Management and the Subcommittee on Chemicals Management (as of July 30, 2021).

Actions and Performances

Initiatives to Reduce Use of Disposable Plastic

Plastic beer cups were replaced with paper cups
Plastic beer cups were replaced with paper cups

We replaced plastic straws provided at restaurants at our Theme Parks and some hotels with paper straws in March 2019. Furthermore, we also began using paper cups instead of plastic cups to serve beer at Tokyo DisneySea in September 2019. 
In addition, we started charging for the plastic shopping bags for merchandise purchases at locations within Tokyo Disney Resort, including Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, from October 2020.