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OKI Group Environmental Accounting

The OKI Group introduced environmental accounting in fiscal 2017. Since then, we have conducted environmental activities in a highly efficient way to optimize investment effects.

Investment/Costs (Fiscal 2017 - Unit: million yen)
Category Main Efforts Investment Costs
Cost in business areas Pollution prevention cost Investment in pollution control facilities, and maintenance and operation costs 25 102
Global environment conservation cost Investment in energy-saving facilities, and maintenance and operation costs 121 90
Resource recycling cost Investment in facilities for internal treatment of organic waste liquid, waste recycling costs 32 360
Total 178 553
Upstream / downstream cost Investment on manufacturing facilities and maintenance costs 2 82
Administration cost Costs for obtaining environment management certifications, and maintenance and operation costs 113 174
R&D cost R&D costs for creating energy-saving products 1 5
Social activity cost Costs for planting trees in production sites, costs for activities contributing to local communities 0 2
Environmental damage cost Costs for reserves to respond to environmental damages, insurance costs and surcharges 0 1
Other costs 0 0
Total 293 816

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Economic Effects(Unit: 1,000yen)
Category Main Efforts Effect
Cost reduction effect Effect of saving energy and resources Reduction of electricity, petroleum, gas, and water used in business activities 64
Effect of reducing treatment cost Reduction of waste generated from business activities through recycling 83
Real income effect Sale of valuable waste generated from business activities 324
Total 471

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Changes in Environmental Accounting

The following graphs show how the OKI Group's environmental accounting has changed for the past five years in terms of investments, costs and economic effects.

Investments

Costs

Economic Effects

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