ESG Data

ESG data including the results of initiatives regarding ESG reported on this Website are as follows.

XLSPlease refer to KPI Actual Results Management Sheet(14.9KB)

Environmental

Energy consumption

Target: Annually 1% reduction in per-unit energy consumption on average compared to the base year

Actual results of our energy consumption

Unit FY2015
(Base Year)
FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
Energy consumption kWh 314,902,619 288,780,984 282,168,956 245,838,740
Per-unit energy consumption (Note 1) kWh/㎡ 25.064 23.449 23.273 20.915
Annual reduction rate on average compared to the base year - -3.8 -3.4 -4.4
Data coverage 98.2 98.5 98.5 98.5

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions

Target: Annually 1% reduction in per-unit GHG emissions on average compared to the base year

Actual results of our energy consumption

Unit FY2015
(Base Year)
FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
GHG emissions t-CO2 128,743 111,577 107,436 87,551
Scope1 (Note 2) t-CO2 - 259 273 267
Scope2 (Note 2) t-CO2 - 1,561 1,574 1,448
Scope3 (Note 2) t-CO2 - 109,756 105,589 85,836
Per-unit GHG emissions (Note 1) t-CO2/㎡ 0.012 0.010 0.010 0.008
Annual reduction rate on average compared to the base year - -5.8 -6.4 -8.4
Data coverage 98.2 98.5 98.5 98.5

Water consumption

Target: Annually 1% reduction in per-unit water consumption on average compared to the base year

Actual results of our energy consumption

Unit FY2015
(Base Year)
FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
Water consumption 994,520 916,403 908,268 820,208
Per-unit water consumption (Note 1) ㎥/㎡ 0.083 0.075 0.072 0.065
Annual reduction rate on average compared to the base year - -5.4 -4.8 -5.9
Data coverage 98.2 98.5 98.5 98.5

Waste emissions

Actual results of our waste emissions

Unit FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019
Waste emissions kg 12,557,958 11,850,438 11,578,510 11,535,115
Recycling rate 52.2 50.1 51.1 50.4
Data coverage 90.0 90.3 90.3 88.6

Actual results of food garbage recycling (Note 3)

Total (FY2019)
Food garbage Amount generated 451 t/year
Amount recycled 429 t/year
Recycling rate ((Amount recycled / Amount generated ) × 100) 95.2%
Recycled material uses Fertilizer, feed
  • The average figures of the portfolio properties, calculated using consumption data as the numerator and floor area as the denominator. Those data have been normalized based on operating periods, occupancy rates and weather conditions, etc.
  • Definitions of each scope are as follows.
    Scope1: Direct GHG emissions. GHG emission from greenhouse gas sources (greenhouse gas source physical unit or process that releases a GHG into the atmosphere) owned or controlled by the organization.
    Scope2: Energy indirect GHG emissions(Market basis). GHG emission from the generation of imported electricity, heat or steam consumed by the organization.
    Scope3: Other indirect GHG emission, other than energy indirect GHG emissions, which is a consequence of an organization's activities, but arises from greenhouse gas sources that are owned or controlled by other organizations.
  • Totals for 5 properties at which tenants have disclosed the relevant information.

Social

23rd &EARTH Clothing Support Project (Autumn 2020)

Results of events at FRI properties

Breakdown of the aforementioned results

Date Facility Participants Clothing
collected
Additional
donations
October 25, 2020 LaLagarden KASUKABE 206 1,122kg ¥14,300

Governance

Director information

Title Name Gender Attendance at Board of
Directors meetings
(FY2020)
Total compensation amount
in the 33rd Period
ended December 31, 2020
Executive
Director
Takao Iwadou Male 100%
(13 times/ 13 times)
3,000 thousand yen
Supervisory
Director
Toshio Suzuki Male 100%
(13 times/ 13 times)
1,800 thousand yen
Supervisory
Director
Koji Iida Male 100%
(13 times/ 13 times)
1,800 thousand yen
Supervisory
Director
Noriko Suzuki Female 100%
(13 times/ 13 times)
1,800 thousand yen

For brief biographies of directors, see About FRI>Directors

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