Environmental Accounting

Environmental Conservation Costs

The environmental conservation costs for all of ITOCHU Corporation's domestic branches in FY2017 are as follows.

(Unit: 1,000 yen)

Classification Amount
Costs inside business areas


Up/downstream costs


Management activity costs


Research and development costs


Social activity costs


Costs to address environmental damage




Summarized based on the Environmental Accounting Guidelines - 2005 Edition from the Ministry of the Environment.
Scope of Calculation: All domestic branches
Target period: April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017

Environmental Conservation / Economic Effects

The environmental conservation effects and economic effects of ITOCHU Corporation's paper and electricity usage and waste emissions for fiscal 2017 are as follows.

  Environmental Conservation Effects Economic Effects (Unit:1,000JPY)
Paper Usage



Electricity Usage



Waste Emissions



Water Usage



Environmental conservation and economic effects are calculated by subtracting actual values for the current fiscal year from those for the previous fiscal year.
Scope of Calculation: Paper and Water Usage - Tokyo Headquarters building, Electricity Usage, Waste Emissions- All of domestic branches.

Monitoring the State of Environmental Liabilities

With respect to environmental risks, particularly asbestos, PCB and soil contamination, associated with tangible fixed assets of ITOCHU Corporation itself and its Group companies including land and buildings, ITOCHU not only complies with legal requirements but also conducts monitoring on a voluntary basis and seeks to respond in a way that is conducive to the switch determination and judgment of management policies. In fiscal 2018, ITOCHU will continue to promote the sharing of related information through various training such as training sessions on the Soil Contamination Countermeasures Act.