環境負荷低減の目標と実績・マテリアルフロー

Environmental Burden Reduction Targets and Results, and Material Flow

Environmental Targets and Results

◎:Realized ▲:Partially Unrealized ×:Unrealized

  FY2020 Goals Results Comments FY2021 Goals
Energy Conservation
  • Energy Consumption Rate
  • 7% Reduction Compared to FY2013
× Due to the impact of the spread of COVID-19,we were unable to achieve our goals as aresult of a signicant decrease in gures forrevenue and added value.
  • Energy Consumption Rate
  • 2.8% Reduction Compared to FY2013
Suppressing Waste Generation
  • Metal Work Scrap Yield Rate
  • 3.7~7.5 Point Improvement Compared to FY2008
  • 4.5 Point Improvement Compared to FY2013
  • 0.034 Point Improvement Compared to FY2016
  • (Goal Values Set by Each Department)
By product group, we were unable to achieve goals due to the large fall (inrevenue) of mainstay products with highyield rates.
  • Metal Work Scrap Yield Rate
  • Goal Values Set for Each
  • Department and Process
  • Plastic Material Work Scrap Yield Rate
  • 6.0~18.0 Point Improvement Compared to FY2008
  • (Goal Values Set by Each Department)
×
  • Plastic Material Work
    Scrap Yield Rate
  • Goal Values Set by Each Department
  • Defective Product Incidence Control
  • Goal Values Set According to Each Department, Incidence Process, and Incidence Cause
Despite the introduction of predictive maintenance and a buildup of small improvements, some departments were unable to achieve their goals due to defects caused by changes to materials, etc.
  • Defective Product
    Incidence Control
  • Goal Values Set According to Each Department, Incidence Process, and Incidence Cause
Transport Load Reductions
  • Loading Size (Loading Rate) Improvement
  • 0.1~0.3 Point Improvement Compared to FY2019
  • (Goal Values Set by Each Site)
× Shipment volumes decreased, so the loading volume per vehicle for transportation also decreased, and we were not able to achieve our goals.
  • Loading Size (Loading Rate) Improvement
  • Goal Values Set for Each Site
CFCs
  • For Foam: Switch to Low-GWP* Foaming Agents in Some Products
  • For Refrigerants: Research Aimed at Changing to Low-GWP* Refrigerants
  • [For Foam]Implementation complete.
  • [For Refrigerants]Implementation complete.
  • Research Aimed at Changing to Low-GWP* Refrigerants
Product Development Further Energy Savings in Showcases and Rapid Chillers We were able to achieve further energy savings by optimizing the cooling units to improve the heat insulation performance of the main units in our showcases, and also by adopting inverter compressors in our rapid chillers. Set Goals Including Model Changes to Top-Runner-Compatible Products
Zero-Emissions
(Recycling Rate of 99% or More)
  • Achievement of Zero Emissions
  • (Recycling Rate of 99.0% or More at Each Site)
Both the Head Ofce site and the Shimane site were able to achieve a recycling rate of 99.0% or greater.
  • Achievement of Zero Emissions (Recycling Rate of 99.0% or More at Each Site)
Natural Environment Conservation Cooperation and Participation in Hoshizaki Green Foundation Conservation Activities We cooperated with Hoshizaki Green Foundation conservation activities. Cooperation and Participation in Hoshizaki Green Foundation Conservation Activities

*Low global warming potential (GWP). The GWP is a number that shows how much warming potential a greenhouse gas has relative to carbon dioxide.

*Applies to non-consolidated domestic HOSHIZAKI

Material Flow


*Fiscal 2020 results
*Applies to non-consolidated domestic HOSHIZAKI

Three-Year Results

*Applies to non-consolidated domestic HOSHIZAKI