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Resource Recycling and Anti-Pollution Measures

Resource Recycling and Anti-Pollution Measures

Policy and Approach

Depletion of water and various resources and the environmental impact caused by waste is a problem along with the worldwide population increase and economic development. Moreover, pollution of soil, water quality and the air caused by chemical substances is becoming a social issue.
Ignoring these matters will jeopardize the welfare of people as well as social capital, and will lead to the loss of society’s trust in the companies from which the causes originate.
Therefore, we believe that it is the company’s responsibility to take initiative.
MHR and MIM promote the 3R activities (reduce, reuse and recycle) for water resources, waste, materials and such to reduce the burden on the environment.
We aim for the formation of recycling-oriented cities as well as observe environment-related laws and regulations, and thorough measures against pollution.

Green Procurement

MHR and MIM collaborate with MB, which manages MHR’s properties, to promote green procurement and strive to procure materials with excellent environmental performance for repair work etc.
In addition, MHR sets a green purchasing policy at MIM and preferentially purchases products that are environmentally friendly when buying office supplies.

Promotion of Recycling

3R in Managing Office Building

MHR’s properties which are managed by MB aim to significantly increase the recycling rate of all properties managed by MB by promoting the recycle of paper waste at offices as well as the garbage recycling of retail facilities.

Recycling rate
Fiscal 2016 actual: 52.9%
Fiscal 2017 target: 54.0%

※MHR aims at 75.0% in the long term.

<Example: Improvement of separated collection method>

In order to promote the recycling of paper waste, we are creating awareness among tenants by improving garbage separation and collection methods at offices and creating a “Recycle Hand-Book.”

     
Transitions of Waste Emission, Original Unit and Recycling Rate

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Original unit is calculated by dividing the waste emissions by the total gross floor area to be calculated (the gross floor area for which it is difficult to obtain information is not included). No adjustments are made for vacancy.
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Recycling rate is calculated by dividing recycling volume by total waste emissions.
(Note 3)
Cover rate is calculated by dividing the gross floor area covered by waste emissions by the total gross floor area.
(Note 4)
Total gross floor area is calculated by multiplying MHR's owership interest for partially owned properties. The proportion managed by a third party and for which it is difficult to obtain information is excluded from the calculation.
Effective Ese of Water Resources: Use of Rainwater and Gray water

MB, which developed the properties owned by MHR, has been promoting the effective use of water resources at each building since ARK Hills was completed by implementing outflow control of rainwater as well as storing and recycling rainwater collected from buildings in the whole area.
At Roppongi Hills, rainwater storage tanks are located at 14 sites in the area. This rainwater is mainly used as supplemental water for the cooling towers of our DHC facility after it has been filtered.
At Roppongi Hills and other large-scale development project, we also adopt systems that use waste water (non-sewage and relatively low contamination) as gray water (non-drinkable for general use) such as flush water for toilets and other applications, further enhancing our conservation and responsible use of water.


Transitions of Water Usage and Original Unit

(Note 1)
Original unit is calculated by dividing the water usage by the total gross floor area to be calculated (the gross floor area for which it is difficult to obtain information is not included). No adjustments are made for vacancy.
(Note 2)
Cover rate is calculated by dividing the gross floor area covered by water usage by the total gross floor area.
(Note 4)
Total gross floor area is calculated by multiplying MHR's owership interest for partially owned properties. The proportion managed by a third party and for which it is difficult to obtain information is excluded from the calculation.

Anti-Pollution Measures

MHR and MIM thoroughly observe environmental laws and regulations concerning environmental pollution and hazardous substances.

In MIM’s “Management Guidelines,” we list the usage and management status of harmful substances such as “chlorofluorocarbons, PCBs, asbestos, etc.” as due diligence items at the time of acquisition of real estate, stipulating the accurate understanding of the existence of these substances and their status of management as well as making this an element to consider in deliberating acquisitions.

In addition, if hazardous substances are found in the properties owned by MHR, appropriate processing and procedures in accordance with laws and regulations shall be maintained and the substances shall be handled strictly so that they are not leaked or released.

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