1. Home
  2. Sustainability
  3. Environment
  4. Environmental targets and results
  5. FY2016 environmental impact results

Sustainability

Environmental targets and results

FY2016 environmental impact results

The following are the environmental impact results for Shiseido's fiscal 2016 business activities.

FY2016 environmental impact results
Target Period: January-December, 2016 (Domestic , Overseas)
Target range
*1 Shiseido Company, Limited. Shiseido Japan Company, Limited.
*2 The following production facilities have achieved zero-emissions with a 100% waste recycling rate.
  Domestic: Osaka Factory, Kakegawa Factory, Kuki Factory
  Overseas: Shiseido International France Société par actions simplifiée Val de Loire Factory, Shanghai Zotos Clitic Cosmetics Company Limited

Effect of CO2 reduction throughout the value chain in FY2016

In order to effectively reduce CO2, Shiseido measured the environmental impact throughout the value chain and reduced CO2 emissions throughout the value chain based on the "GHG Protocol Scope 3 Standard."

example
Facial Wash
Makeup Remover
Lotion
Emulsion
Night Cream
Sunscreen
Lipstick
Shampoo
Conditioner

* Evaluation done under below condition

Product category Conditions
Facial Wash Rinse off with 4.11L of warm water (40 ℃)
Makeup Remover Rinse off with 4.5 L of warm water (40 ℃)
Lotion and Emulsion Apply to the face with a cotton pad
Shampoo and Conditioner Rinse off with 15 L of warm water (40℃)

Evaluation of each life cycle stage by product types, and CO2 emissions per product

In terms of the emission reduction effect through refill product lineup and other initiatives in FY2016, we were able to reduce a total of approximately 13,700 tons of CO2 emissions, including approximately 8,400 tons in raw material procurement and approximately 5,300 tons in the product disposal phase.

CO2 emissions throughout the value chain and the effect of reduction

Target Period: January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016

Target Facilities:Domestic facilities only

SCOPE 1:Direct emissions from facilities

SCOPE 2: Indirect emissions due to production (power generation, etc.) of purchased energy

SCOPE 3: Indirect emissions from the value chain other than Scope 2 Includes emissions resulting from use of products, raw materials procurement, disposal of products, upstream transportation and delivery.

CO2 emissions throughout the value chain and the effect of reduction

  • Google+
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
For Person
For Community
For Planet

7 Core subjects of ISO26000
Special Contents
Recommended contents
Pick Up Group brandsMore

News