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Environment

CO2・Energy

CO2 emissions from energy consumption(thousand ton-CO2 )
(Scope1・2)

CO2 emissions from energy consumption

                                                                                       ※ Emission amounts from overseas sites have been added to the total amount starting FY2017.
                                                                                       ※ The emission amount in FY2017 from overseas sites that was disclosed in our CSR Report 2017, which stated that it was 449.8 thousand tons of CO2,
                                                                                           was recalculated and revised.
                                                                                       ※ Figures for CO2 emissions from energy consumption were calculated using emission factors derived in a manner conforming to
                                                                                           the “Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.” CO2 emissions derived from purchased electricity in Japan were calculated
                                                                                           using the latest basic emission factors of electric power suppliers. For emission factors overseas, the per-country emission factors
                                                                                          “CO2 emission factors from electricity” reported by the International Energy Agency (IEA) were used.
                                                                                       ※ We have received an independent practitioner’s assurance for the figures for FY2018 in this information to whichis attached.

Total power generation using renewable energy

Total power generation using renewable energy

Breakdown of CO2 emissions by region

Breakdown of CO2 emissions by region

Breakdown of CO2 emissions by business unit

Breakdown of CO2 emissions by business unit

Breakdown by scope of CO2 emissions by region

Breakdown by scope of CO2 emissions by region

Breakdown by scope of CO2 emissions by business unit

Breakdown by scope of CO2 emissions by business unit

CO2 emissions in logistics(Non-consolidated, t-CO2/year)(Scope 3)

CO2 emissions in logistics (Non-consolidated, t-CO2/year)(Scope 3)

* The scope of data calculation covers only the transportation which are designated as Specified Consigner by the Act on the Rational Use of Energy.
* We have received an independent practitioner’s assurance for the figures for FY2018 in this information to whichis attached.

CO2 emissions by waste treatment(t-CO2/year)
(Scope 3)

CO2 emissions by waste treatment (t-CO2/year)(Scope 3)

* For the emission factors, the emission intensity database for calculating GHG emissions of organizations throughout the supply chain, Japan's Ministry of the Environment and Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (Ver. 2.6) was referenced.

Waste, water, air and hazardous materials

Amount of waste generation (thousand tons)

Waste, water, air and hazardous materials

※ The amounts from overseas sites have been added starting FY2017.
※The value for the amount within Japan in FY2017 disclosed last year has been revised.

Breakdown of usage by type of raw material (FY2018)

Breakdown of usage by type of raw material  (FY2018)

Primary raw materials Unused natural products such as ore
Secondary raw materials Unused products, parts, etc. manufactured or processed by another company
Recycled raw materials Used products that have become waste, by-products of another company, etc.

Breakdown of water use (FY2018)

Breakdown of water use  (FY2018)

Breakdown of wastewater (FY 2018)

Breakdown of wastewater (FY 2018)

Emissions to the water (FY2018)

Emissions to the water (FY2018)

Emissions to the atmosphere (FY2018)

Emissions to the atmosphere (FY2018)

Volume of chemical substances released and transferred

Volume of chemical substances released and transferred

Environmental Accounting

Environment-related capital expenditures and environmental management expenses (Hundred million yen)

Environment-related capital expenditures and environmental management expenses (Hundred million yen)

Break down of environmental management expenses
in Japan

Break down of environmental management expenses in Japan

Society

Employees

Breakdown of consolidated employees by employment status and employment contract type
(as of the end of FY2019)

    Male Female Total
Open-ended workforce contract Full-time 8,650 3,824 12,474
Part-time 3 6 9
Total 8,653 3,830 12,483
Fixed-term contract Full-time 885 317 1,202
Part-time 29 20 49
Total 914 337 1,251
Total 9,567 4,167 13,734
Supervised workers 697 1,086 1,783
Total workforce 10,264 5,253 15,517

※ Since the calculation method is different from the one for temporary employees stated in the annual securities report, the total number of employees is not in accord.

Breakdown of consolidated employees by employment contract(as of the end of FY2019)

  Open-ended workforce contract Fixed-term contract  
  Male Female Male Female Total
Japan 4,844 784 443 123 6,194
North America 354 255 0 0 609
South and Central America 603 386 2 2 993
Asia 2,810 2,360 469 212 5,851
Europe 42 45 0 0 87
Total 8,653 3,830 914 337 13,734

Breakdown of consolidated employees by position
(as of the end of FY2019)

  Under 30 years of age 30-49years old 50 years of age or over  
  Male Female Male Female Male Female Total
Managerial 8 2 703 86 534 28 1,361
Non-managerial  2,119 1,050 4,522 2,480 1,681 521 12,373
Total 2,127 1,052 5,225 2,566 2,215 549 13,734

Percentage of managers holding local nationality in overseas sites(as of the end of FY2019)

North America 79.2%
South and Central America 74.1%
Asia 82.4%
Europe 100.0%
Total 82.0%

New employee hires by region(as of the end of FY2019)

    Under 30 years of age 30-49years old 50 years of age or over  
    Male Female Male Female Male Female Total
Japan New hires 190 57 162 46 75 17 547
Total employees 775 154 2,986 426 1,762 214 6,317
Rate of hiring 24.5% 37.0% 5.4% 10.8% 4.3% 7.9% 8.7%
North America New hires 18 2 11 2 7 1 41
Total employees 43 12 166 110 136 132 599
Rate of hiring 41.9% 16.7% 6.6% 1.8% 5.1% 0.8% 6.8%
South and Central America New hires 160 165 49 79 0 4 457
Total employees 199 193 289 172 101 22 976
Rate of hiring 80.4% 85.5% 17.0% 45.9% 0.0% 18.2% 46.8%
Asia New hires 534 455 163 113 4 6 1,275
Total employees 1,161 691 1,866 1,783 180 97 5,778
Rate of hiring 46.0% 65.8% 8.7% 6.3% 2.2% 6.2% 22.1%
Europe New hires 9 1 6 3 1 0 20
Total employees 11 4 21 13 9 28 86
Rate of hiring 81.8% 25.0% 28.6% 23.1% 11.1% 0.0% 23.3%
Total New hires 911 680 391 243 87 28 2,340
Total employees 2,189 1,054 5,328 2,504 2,188 493 13,756
Rate of hiring 41.6% 64.5% 7.3% 9.7% 4.0% 5.7% 17.0%

※ Since the calculation method is different from the one for consolidated employees, the total number of employees is not in accord.

Employee turnover by region(as of the end of FY2019)

    Under 30 years of age 30-49years old 50 years of age or over  
    Male Female Male Female Male Female Total
Japan Departures 39 15 69 29 182 24 358
Total employees 775 154 2,986 426 1,762 214 6,317
Turnover rate 5.0% 9.7% 2.3% 6.8% 10.3% 11.2% 5.7%
North America Departures 20 5 23 14 39 35 136
Total employees 43 12 166 110 136 132 599
Turnover rate 46.5% 41.7% 13.9% 12.7% 28.7% 26.5% 22.7%
South and Central America Departures 175 183 68 107 8 7 548
Total employees 199 193 289 172 101 22 976
Turnover rate 87.9% 94.8% 23.5% 62.2% 7.9% 31.8% 56.1%
Asia Departures 275 288 238 157 18 13 989
Total employees 1,161 691 1,866 1,783 180 97 5,778
Turnover rate 23.7% 41.7% 12.8% 8.8% 10.0% 13.4% 17.1%
Europe Departures 8 1 9 2 3 0 23
Total employees 11 4 21 13 9 28 86
Turnover rate 72.7% 25.0% 42.9% 15.4% 33.3% 0.0% 26.7%
Total Departures 517 492 407 309 250 79 2,054
Total employees 2,189 1,054 5,328 2,504 2,188 493 13,756
Turnover rate 23.6% 46.7% 7.6% 12.3% 11.4% 16.0% 14.9%

※ Since the calculation method is different from the one for consolidated employees, the total number of employees is not in accord. Departures includes “retirement at the age limit” and “expiration of contract period”.

Proportion of women as a percentage of new hires

Percentage of employees with disabilities
(Mitsui Kinzoku, Non-consolidated)

Proportion of women in management positions

Rate of taking paid leave

Proportion of women as a percentage of total employees

Overtime hours

Parental leave

    FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
    Employees that entitled to leave Employees that took advantage Employees that entitled to leave Employees that took advantage Employees that entitled to leave Employees that took advantage
Mitsui Kinzoku Male 87 1 69 2 67 4
Female 10 10 7 7 8 8
Total 97 11 76 9 75 12
Domestic total Male 127 1 130 3 143 13
Female 20 20 17 17 17 16
Total 147 21 147 20 160 29

※ Employees that took advantage: Employees that took parental leave in the relevant fiscal year of those entitled.

Return to work and retention rates after parental leave

    FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
    Ended Returned Retired Ended Returned Retired Ended Returned Retired
Mitsui Kinzoku Male 2 2 0 2 2 0 5 5 0
Female 0 0 0 7 7 0 10 10 0
Total 2 2 0 9 9 0 15 15 0
Domestic total Male 2 2 0 4 4 0 13 13 0
Female 6 6 0 15 15 0 15 15 0
Total 8 8 0 19 19 0 28 28 0

※ Ended: Employees whose parental leave ended.
  Returned: Employees that returned to work after ended.
  Retired: Employees that separated from employment in twelve months after returning.

Results of stress check(Percentage of high stress)

Community Engagement

Mitsui Kinzoku Group breakdown of the amount

Intellectual Property

Number of patent applications

Number of patents registered globally

Quality Management

Number of operating sites with certifications

Number of claims at sites that hold QA meetings

Governance

Compliance

Report of punitive legal action taken against Mitsui Kinzoku with respect to anti-competitive practices in FY2019. 0
Report of punitive legal action taken against Mitsui Kinzoku with respect to bribery in FY2019 0
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