CCBJH Group's CO2 emissions results

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We consider the mitigation of climate change a crucial issue to address throughout the course of our business activities.
As such, we transparently disclose corporate greenhouse gas emissions, of which CO2 is a primary example, and share information with our many stakeholders about the overall state of greenhouse gas emissions, potential countermeasures, and other topics in the hope that this will lead to further emissions reduction.

CCBJH Group's scope 1, 2, 3 emissions by source
Source: “Supply-chain emissions in Japan,” Ministry of the Environment, 2015
http://www.env.go.jp/earth/ondanka/supply_chain/gvc/en/files/supply_chain_en.pdf
2018 CO2 emissions and accounting methods
Scope Emissions
(t~CO2)
Accounting method
Activity data Emission factor
Scope 1 Direct greenhouse
gas emissions by the
reporting company
224,332 Amount of fuel used in offices, sales locations, plants, and deliveries, etc. Accounting method and emissions factors from the Ministry of the Environment’s Accounting and Reporting System based on the Global Warming Countermeasures Act
Scope 2 Indirect emissions
from the use of
electricity, heat,
or steam supplied
by others
191,614 Amount of electricity or heat used in offices, sales locations and plants, etc. Accounting method and emissions factors from the Ministry of the Environment’s Accounting and Reporting System based on the Global Warming Countermeasures Act, except for electricity, with a uniform emission factor of 0.491 kg-CO2/kWh
Scope Category Emissions
(t~CO2)
Accounting method
Activity data Emission factor
Scope3 1 Purchased goods
and services
1,049,635 Procured raw materials (based on weight) The Coca-Cola Company’s emissions factors
2 Fixed assets 95,670 Fiscal year increase in amount of fixed assets (net price) Emission factor according to price of fixed assets from the Ministry of the Environment’s emission factor database (Ver. 2.4) for use with the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain
3 Fuel- and energy-
related activities not
included in Scope 1
or Scope 2
49,514 Amount of fuel, electricity, heat used Emission factor for fuel procurement from the Ministry of the Environment’s emission factor database (Ver.2.4) for use with the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain
4 Transport and
delivery (upstream)
16,770 Amount of fuel used for outsourced transportation Accounting method and emissions factors from the Ministry of the Environment’s Accounting and Reporting System based on the Global Warming Countermeasures Act
5 Waste generated in
operations
20,093 Waste by weight or disposal fee Emission factors for waste by type and treatment method from the Ministry of the Environment’s emission factor database (Ver. 2.4) for use with the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain
6 Business travel 4,564 Employee transportation expenses paid Emission factors for transportation expenses from the Ministry of the Environment’s emission factor database (Ver.2.4) for use with the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain
7 Employee
commuting
6,110 Employee commuter expenses paid Emission factors for transportation expenses from the Ministry of the Environment’s emission factor database (Ver.2.4) for use with the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain
8 Leased assets
(upstream)
N/A
9 Transportation
and delivery
(downstream)
N/A
10 Processing of
sold products
N/A
11 Use of sold products N/A
12 End-of-life treatment
of sold products
11,037 Reported amount by weight of containers and packaging recycled, according to the Recycling of Containers and Packaging Act Emission factors for waste by type and treatment method from the Ministry of the Environment’s emission factor database (Ver. 2.4) for use with the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions throughout the Supply Chain
13 Leased assets
(downstream)
330,881 Amount of electricity consumed by the company’s sales equipment (such as vending machines) Accounting method and emissions factors from the Ministry of the Environment’s Accounting and Reporting System based on the Global Warming Countermeasures Act, except for electricity, with a uniform emission factor of 0.491 kg-CO2/kWh
14 Franchises N/A
15 Investments N/A
Scope 3 total amount 1,584,274

Percentage of CO2 emissions Scope 1,2,3 of CCBJH Group in 2018

Percentage of CO2 emissions Scope 1,2,3 of CCBJH Group in 2018