Working to realize the Global Environmental Vision

The TOTO Group determined the materiality based on the mission that expressed the most important values to be put into practice on a medium- and long-term basis within the scope of the TOTO Group’s corporate philosophy.
In October 2017, the mission was updated to reflect the change in the times and in social trends. In addition to it, the TOTO Global Environmental Vision was also updated, and three themes that had a close relationship with its business were picked up the materiality, which further integrate corporate management and CSR. The 10th Global Environmental Action Plan is a plan for the period from fiscal 2018, which was established in line with the Vision to 2022 and designed to solve environmental issues.

10th Global Environmental Action Plan

Evaluation Index (KPI) Scope Standard Year FY2019 (Result) FY2022 (Target)
Reduction of water consumption during product use*1 Japan・overseas - 940 million m3 1,100 million m3
Total CO2 emission reductions during product use*1 Japan・overseas - 3.46 million tons 3.7 million tons
Total CO2 emissions from business sites Japan・overseas - 344 thousand tons 450 thousand tons
Total CO2 emission reductions due to measures implemented Japan・overseas FY2017 24 thousand tons 22 thousand tons
Quantity of water consumption*2 Japan・overseas - 2.90 million m3 3.43 million m3
Reduction in water use per unit*2 Japan・overseas FY2018 - 4.0%
Reduction of fuel used for transportation per unit Japan FY2013 6.4% 9.0%
Reduction rate of the use of packaging materials Japan FY2013 8.1% 9.5%
Reduction rate of waste at the production site
(reduction of production output intensity)
Japan FY2017 8.0% 2.5%
Recycling rate at the production sites Japan - 99.9% 99% or more
overseas - 94.7% 98% or more
Usage rate of legal and recycled materials for wood-based materials used in products Japan・overseas - 100% 100%
Violations of related environmental laws Japan・overseas - 0 cases 0 cases
*1 Reduction effect when compared with the case where products of 2005 continue to be used *2 Implementation of goal management from FY2020