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Performance Data

Social Area

    2014 2015 2016
Full-time employees (Chugai Group)1, 2 Consolidated 7,023 7,169 7,245
Full-time employees (Chugai non-consolidated)1, 2 Chugai 4,932 4,990 4,950
Persons employed (new graduates + mid-career)1 Chugai 137 201 167
Members of the Board of Directors1, 3 Chugai 10(5) 10(5) 10(3)4)
Auditors1, 3 Chugai 4(2) 4(2) 4(2)
Average age1 Chugai 42 years,
1 months
42 years,
4 months
42 years,
3 months
Average service years1 Chugai 16 years,
8 months
16 years,
9 months
16 years,
6 months
Ratio of employees with disabilities Chugai 2.06% 2.02% 2.13%
Employees starting childcare leave Chugai 72 131 137
Employees who took family-care leave Chugai 1 4 11
Employees who used the volunteer leave system Chugai 1 1 1
Employees who took a volunteer holiday Chugai 20 22 57
Inquiries to the Medical Information Department Chugai 60,350 59,161 60,213
Information events for the media and institutional investors Chugai 18 16 20
Number of domestic and overseas investors and securities analysts with whom individual meetings were held Chugai 402 466 464
Briefings for individual investors and shareholders: Chugai 3 4 11
Plant visits conducted for shareholders and the media Chugai 2 2 2
Number of shareholders1 Chugai 30,039 25,249 27,079
Outstanding shares1 Chugai 559,685,889 559,685,889 559,685,889
Ratio of shares held by foreign investors1 Chugai 75.45% 77.14% 76.55%
Ratio of shares held by “individual/other” shareholders1 Chugai 4.91% 4.19% 4.33%
  • 1. Figures as of December 31.
  • 2. “Employees” refers to permanent, full-time employees.
  • 3. Numbers in parentheses refer to outside directors and outside audit and supervisory board members.
  • 4. In parallel with changes made to requirements for outside directors as a result of a revision of the Companies Act, two individuals belonging to our parent company group (directors Daniel O’Day and Sophie Kornowski-Bonnet) became directors (as opposed to outside directors) after the conclusion of the company’s general meeting of shareholders held on March 24, 2016.

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Economic Area

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Unit: Billions of yen (rounded to the nearest 100 million)

    2014 2015 2016
Revenues Consolidated 4,611 4,988 4,918
Research and development Consolidated 808 838 850
Operating profit Consolidated 759 868 769
Income taxes Consolidated 241 249 201
Net income Consolidated 521 624 544
Total net assets Consolidated 5,978 6,273 6,465

Environment

1. Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions by Year

  20105   2013 2014 2015 2016
Electricity (MWh) 135,179   122,032 124,007 129,188 130,100
Fuel Oil (kL) 2,419   3,000 1,929 123 39
Diesel (kL) 0.2   3.1 27.0 92.7 148.9
Gasoline (kL) 2,526   2,473 2,263 2,099 1,969
City gas (1,000m3) 19,022   17,670 17,664 18,764 17,764
LPG (tons) 37   27 28 27 25
Energy consumption (1,000GJ) 2,384   2,213 2,184 2,211 2,170
CO2 Emissions (tons) 112,209   105,059 102,552 102,093 99,877
  • 5. 2010 is the base year for per-employee energy consumption and CO2 emission mid-term environmental goals

2. Energy Consumption by Site or Facility

  Ukima Site Kamakura
Research Laboratories
Fuji Gotemba
Research Laboratories
2014 2015 2016 2014 2015 2016 2014 2015 2016
Electricity (MWh) 34,382 36,396 37,478 16,955 17,112 17,038 15,512 15,026 15,226
Fuel Oil (kL) 5 6 1,890 80
Diesel (kL)
Gasoline (kL) 3 3 2.327
City gas (1,000m3) 4,178 4,432 4,285 2,519 2,003 1,508 576 1,849 1,939
LPG (tons) 21 19 17
CO2 Emissions (tons) 23,890 25,314 24,636 12,566 11,528 10,299 12,809 10,572 10,470
  Head Office and Branches CPMC 6 Fujieda
Plant
CPMC 6 Utsunomiya
Plant
2014 2015 2016 2014 2015 2016 2014 2015 2016
Electricity (MWh) 4,273 4,053 4,026 18,854 18,998 19,078 32,702 36,310 35,986
Fuel Oil (kL) 34 37 39
Diesel (kL) 27 93 149 0.3 0.2 0.2
Gasoline (kL) 2,258 2,094 1,964 2 2 2
City gas (1,000m3) 5,988 5,635 5,493 4,660 5,086 4,539
LPG (tons) 7 7 8
CO2 Emissions (tons) 7,119 6,815 6,646 20,877 20,192 19,437 24,264 26,744 24,548
  Chugai Distribution            
2014 2015 2016            
Electricity (MWh) 1,330 1,293 1,269            
Fuel Oil (kL)            
Diesel (kL)            
Gasoline (kL)            
City gas (1,000m3)            
LPG (tons)            
CO2 Emissions (tons) 563 547 537            
  • 6. CPMC is the abbreviation for Chugai Pharma Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

3. Annual Industrial Waste Generation

Unit: Tons

  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Generated 2,078 2,206 2,616 2,840 2,570
Disposed 711 579 670 587 576
Landfilled 79 50 39 25 25
Recycled 1,368 1,627 1,946 2,253 1,994
Recycling Ratio7 (%) 65.8 73.8 74.4 79.3 77.6
Final Disposal Ratio8 (%) 3.8 2.3 1.5 0.9 1.0
  • 7. Amount of waste recycled/Amount of waste generated
  • 8. Amount of waste landfilled/Amount of waste generated

4. Industrial Waste Generation

Unit: Tons

    2014 2015 2016
Ash Generated
Disposed
Landfilled
Recycled
Sludge Generated 613 619 572
Disposed 73 77 76
Landfilled 15 15 15
Recycled 540 542 496
Waste Oils Generated 557 913 954
Disposed 174 286 241
Landfilled
Recycled 382 627 713
Waste Acids Generated 377 316 135
Disposed 54 0.2 1
Landfilled
Recycled 323 316 134
Waste Alkalis Generated 254 213 237
Disposed 250 181 208
Landfilled
Recycled 4 32 29
Waste Plastics Generated 338 379 344
Disposed 43 4 12
Landfilled 4 0.4 1
Recycled 294 375 330
Waste Metals Generated 246 224 124
Disposed 5
Landfilled 5
Recycled 246 224 119
Glass Ceramics Generated 29 22 32
Disposed 8 2
Landfilled 8 2
Recycled 21 20 32
Infectious Waste Generated 115 110 105
Disposed 36 36 33
Landfilled 7 7 7
Recycled 79 74 72
Others Generated 89 43 48
Disposed 32 0.3 0.4
Landfilled 5 0.1 0.1
Recycled 57 43 47
Total Generation 2,616 2,840 2,550
Disposed 670 587 576
Landfilled 39 25 28
Recycled 1,946 2,253 1,974

5. Handled Amounts of Chemical Substances Covered by PRTR Law (April 2015 – March 2016)

Unit: Tons

  FY
2011
FY
2012
FY
2013
FY
2014
FY
2015
Pyridine 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1
Formaldehyde 0.1 0.0 0.3 0.9 0.2
Acetonitrile 9.0 8.5 9.1 12.1 13.6
2-Aminoethanol 3.2 4.6 2.2 3.5 1.9
Chloroform 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1
Dichloromethane 2.2 2.0 1.6 1.4 1.2
Toluene 1.2 2.8 0.5 1.5 1.2
N, N-Dimethylformamide 1.4 1.0 0.4 7.1 8.6

6. Annual Water Consumption and Wastewater

Unit: Thousands of tons

  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
City water 316 335 347 348 321
Well water 979 573 480 534 674
Industrial water 661 616 616 651 594
Total water consumption 1,956 1,524 1.443 1,533 1,588
Wastewater 1,652 1,415 1,154 1,335 1,239

7. Annual Total BOD

Unit: kg/year

  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Total BOD 3,154 3,275 3,662 2,333 3,887

8. 2016 Water Consumption and Wastewater by Site or Facility

Unit: Thousands of tons

  Ukima Site CPMC6
Fujieda Plant
CPMC6
Utsunomiya Plant
Kamakura Research Laboratories Fuji Gotemba Research Laboratories
City water 121 70 55 57 18
Well water 674
Industrial water 114 373 107
Total water consumption 235 744 428 57 124
Wastewater 455 744 698 87 124
  • 6. CPMC is the abbreviation for Chugai Pharma Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

9. 2016 Total BOD by Site or Facility

Unit: kg/year

  Ukima Site CPMC6
Fujieda Plant
CPMC6
Utsunomiya Plant
Kamakura Research Laboratories Fuji Gotemba Research Laboratories
Total BOD 890 1,462 921 557 58
  • 6. CPMC is the abbreviation for Chugai Pharma Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

10. Use of Specified Containers and Packaging under the Law for Promotion of Sorted Collection and Recycling of Containers and Packaging

Unit: Tons

  2013 2014 2015 2016
Brown glass bottles 2 3 3 3
Paper containers and packaging 0 0 0 0
Plastic containers and packaging 88 78 75 52

11. Environmental Accounting

Breakdown of Investments and Costs for Environmental Protection

Unit: Millions of yen

General Area Basic Activity Detailed Activity Investments Costs
(1) Business area costs (1)-1 Pollution prevention costs (1) Air pollution prevention (including acid rain) costs 328 161
(2) Water pollution prevention costs 185 419
(3) Soil pollution prevention costs 9
(4) Noise prevention costs
(5) Vibration prevention costs
(6) Foul odor prevention costs
(7) Ground sinkage prevention costs
(8) Other pollution prevention costs 21
Subtotal 513 610
(1)-2 Global environmental
protection costs
(1) Global warming prevention and energy-saving costs 462 359
(2) Ozone layer depletion prevention costs 6 17
(3) Other global environmental protection costs
Subtotal 468 376
(1)-3 Resource recycling costs (1) Efficient resource use costs 1
(2) Industrial waste recycling, etc. costs 50
(3) General waste recycling, etc. costs 7
(4) Industrial waste treatment and disposal costs 107 44
(5) General waste treatment and disposal costs 1
(6) Other resource recycling costs 11
Subtotal 107 114
Total (1)-1 to (1)-3 1,087 1,101
(2) Upstream and downstream
costs
(1) Additional costs of green purchasing in place of regular purchasing 1
(2) Additional costs of providing environmental goods
(3) Additional costs of environmentally friendly containers and packaging
(4) Costs for collection, recycling and appropriate disposal of products, etc. 56
(5) Other upstream and downstream costs 6
Subtotal 63

(3) Administration costs

(1) Costs for establishing and operating environmental management system 0 32
(2) Costs for environmental information disclosure and advertising 1
(3) Costs for environmental impact monitoring 130 95
(4) Costs for environmental education for employees 9
(5) Costs for preserving the natural environment, greening, beautification, landscape conservation, etc. at and in the neighborhoods of facilities and sites 61
Subtotal 130 199
(4) R&D costs (1) R&D costs for developing products that contribute to environmental protection
(2) R&D costs for reducing environmental impact in manufacturing of products, etc.
(3) R&D costs for reducing environmental impact in other areas, including distribution and sale of products
Subtotal
(5) Social activity costs (1) Costs for preserving the natural environment, greening, beautification, landscape conservation, etc. in areas other than at and in the neighborhoods of facilities and sites 1
(2) Costs for donations to and support for environmental protection groups 6
(3) Costs for social initiatives, including supporting the environmental activities of and disclosing information to local communities 1
Subtotal 8
(6) Environmental remediation costs (1) Costs for nature restoration
(2) Costs for compensation regarding environmental protection
(3) Reserves and insurance for response to environmental damage
Subtotal
Total 1,217 1,371

Annual Investments and Costs for Environmental Protection

Unit: Millions of yen

Breakdown of Costs 2013 2014 2015 2016
Invest-
ments
Costs Invest-
ments
Costs Invest-
ments
Costs Invest-
ments
Costs
(1) Business area costs (1)-1 Pollution prevention costs 234 853 522 693 400 570 513 611
(1)-2 Global environmental protection costs 226 392 288 296 98 298 468 377
(1)-3 Resource recycling costs 2 170 178 26 173 107 113
Subtotal 463 1,415 810 1,167 524 1,041 1,087 1,101
(2) Upstream and downstream costs 33 36 44 63
(3) Administration costs 12 284 21 228 16 279 130 199
(4) R&D costs 1 2 2
(5) Social activity costs 0 11 2 7 10 8
(6) Environmental remediation costs 3
Total 475 1,742 832 1,439 540 1,378 1,217 1,371

12. CO2 Emission Factors

  Type of energy Unit of energy (A) Emission factor (B) CO2 emission factor (A)×(B)×44/12
Scope 1 a) Fuel Oil 39.1 GJ/kL 0.0189 t-C/GJ 2.71 t-CO2/kL
Gasoline 34.6 GJ/kL 0.0183 t-C/GJ 2.322 t-CO2/kL
Diesel 37.7 GJ/kL 0.0187 t-C/GJ 2.585 t-CO2/kL
LPG 0.0508 GJ/kg 0.0161 t-C/GJ 0.002999 t-CO2/kg
City Gas 44.8 GJ/1,000 Nm3 0.0136 t-C/GJ 2.234 t-CO2/1,000 Nm3
Scope 2 b) Electricity 0.00997 GJ/kWh     0.000423 t-CO2/kWh
Scope 3 c) Air Travel (Domestic)         0.000110 t-CO2/(passenger · km)
Air Travel (International)         0.0000830 t-CO2/(passenger · km)
  • a) The coefficients listed in the Enforcement Regulations of the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures (amended March 3, 2010).
  • b) [Energy for electricity] The Enforcement Regulations for the Act on the Rational Use of Energy: Daytime
    [Electricity emission factor] The 2005 Electricity Emission Factor for Receiving Electricity announced by the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan
  • c) The emission factor database for corporate GHG emissions accounting over the supply chain (ver. 2.2)
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