In response to climate change, we are actively working with our customers to reduce CO2 emissions by participating in a carbon offset program with ASTALIFT.
For each product purchased, CO2 emissions from a customer's daily life (5kg-CO2 per day) is offset (compensated).
Our Two Social Contributions by Carbon Offsetting
By purchase ASTALIFT Jelly Aquarysta and ASTALIFT Moist Lotion with carbon offset , it follows that have made two social contributions.
1. Contributing to CO2 Emission Reduction
Customers’ Daily Life
When you purchase ASTALIFT, you help reduce CO2 emissions, support developing countries, and reduce waste, without making extra effort in your everyday life.
2. Supporting to Developing Country
Helping to Generate Clean Energy in Developing Countries
Part of the sales are applied to CO2 reduction projects such as implementation of household solar power generation systems in developing countries.
Carbon offsetting products
Products : ASTALIFT Jelly Aquarysta (40g size/refill, 60g size/refill), ASTALIFT Moist Lotion
Implementation time : July 1, 2021- June 30, 2022
Emission trading used : CO2 emission trading used in offsetting are created from supporting CO2 reduction projects in developing countries.
Endorsed by National Movement "COOL CHOICE" *1
ASTALIFT is joined to “COOL CHOICE,” the national movement selecting products, services and activities connected to reducing CO2.
We are working with our customers to help stop global warming.
Structure for Carbon Offsetting with Customer through ASTALIFT
Helping to Support Developing Countries
Carbon offsets can help developing countries.
CO2 trading emissions (Kyoto credits CER*2) used in carbon offsetting are created from supporting such as clean energy generation projects in developing countries.
Benefit of assisting developing countries :
Nepal: Biogas Support Program
This project aimed to popularize biogas devices in rural households in Nepal, thus reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by replacing the fuel source that had been used for cooking, such as non-renewable firewood and fossil fuels (kerosene).
Manure from cows and buffaloes raised by farmers are supplied to the biogas plants, where biogas is generated via an anaerobic treatment process. The use of such biogas not only reduces GHGs emitted due to the burning of fuelwood and kerosene, but also eliminates the inhalation of and exposure to smoke discharged when burning charcoal indoors, thus reducing respiratory diseases and eye infections. This not only cuts down on the harvesting of timber as a raw material for charcoal, but also improves hygiene by cleanly processing the bovine manure.
The installation of biogas burners improves working conditions for women and children in the home, and the time saved can also be used productively, such as with new income creation, and participating in social and educational activities. Farmers were able to get organic fertilizer and sustainable biogas for cooking at no cost thanks to using the manure from their livestock.
What is a carbon offset?
We produce approximately 5 kg of greenhouse gases per person every day. It is important to reduce greenhouse gases to stop global warming.
We make an effort to reduce CO2 emissions. Nevertheless there are unavoidable emissions in our everyday life and economic activities.
Carbon offset is the offsetting CO2 emissions that could not be reduced, by utilizing the CO2 emission reductions (credits = emission credits) that were reduced elsewhere.
The right to emit (carbon credit) used in this carbon offset program is created through Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) (*1), one of the methods approved by the Kyoto Protocol to combat global warming.
Overview of Carbon Offsetting
|All||Initiative Name||Carbon offsetting through purchase of ASTALIFT *3
~Carbon offsetting of one day CO2 emission from customer’s daily lives~
|Certified Organization||FUJIFILM Corporation|
|Initiative Overview||An activity that offer environmental contribution through conference of credits reducing daily CO2 emissions from everyday consumer activities (5kg-CO2), to consumers purchasing ASTALIFT Jelly Aquarysta or ASTALIFT Moist Lotion sold by Fujifilm.|
|Period Covered||July 1st, 2021-June 30th, 2022|
|Offsetting Actors||Consumers purchasing ASTALIFT Jelly Aquarysta or ASTALIFT Moist Lotion sold by Fujifilm|
|Emission Recognition||Greenhouse Gas Emission Activities in Target Initiatives||One day CO2 emission in consumers' daily lives for each ASTALIFT Jelly Aquarysta or ASTALIFT Moist Lotion sold|
|Calculation Scope||One day CO2 emission in product purchasers' daily lives
Main sources of CO2 emissions: Home electronics such as heaters, coolers, hot water supplies, kitchens, personal vehicles, general waste, water, lights, refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, TV, etc.
|Compensation||Offsetting Ratio for Calculated Emissions||117％|
|Credit Types||Kyoto Credits (CER)|
|Credit Project Name||
Nepal: Biogas Support Program (invalidated on March 10, 2015 and December 26, 2015)
Reducing CO2 Emissions in Daily Life
How much CO2 is emitted from a household?
5kg of CO2 is emitted per person per day in their daily life.*4
Main sources of it are the use of personal vehicles and household electronics such as air conditioners, lights or refrigerators.
Daily CO2 emissions in daily life by service (per person)
Household CO2 reduction points (daily CO2 reduction)*5
■ Reduce through Energy Conservation
|Reduction method||Whole days||Energy conserved(Wh)||CO2 reduction amount(g-CO2／day)|
|Air conditioners||Use with room temperature at 28°C (raised 2°C).||2 hrs used||260Wh||151|
|Turn off air conditioner when reasonable||1 hr erased||500Wh||
|Replace with energy-saving type||3 hrs used||600Wh||347|
|Refrigerators||Change setting from high to medium||11 hrs||88Wh||51|
|Do not store food too much||11 hrs||44Wh||25|
|Reduce time with the door open as much as possible||11 hrs||11Wh||6|
|Replace with one of the latest energy-saving models||11 hrs||385Wh||223|
|Lights (two)||Turn off lights as much as possible||1 hr erased||120Wh||69|
|Replace incandescent light bulbs with LED light bulbs||3 hrs used||150Wh||87|
|Replace fluorescent light bulbs with LED light bulbs||3 hrs used||45Wh||26|
|Televisions||Reduce time with TV on||1 hr erased||300Wh||174|
|Exchange cathode ray tubes with LED liquid crystal||1 hr used||130Wh||75|
|Washing machines||Reduce use time between 9 AM and 8 PM
(use just for finishing, finish use by 8 AM, etc.)
|1 hr erased||300Wh||174|
|Clothes dryers||Reduce use time between 9 AM and 8 PM
(use just for finishing, finish use by 8 AM, etc.)
|1 hr erased||1100Wh||637|
|Bidet toilets||Turn off seat warmer||11 hrs erased||330Wh||191|
|Computers||Reduce time with monitor on||1 hr erased||60Wh||35|
|Combination printers||Unplug electrical outlets during nonuse||10 hrs removed||103Wh||59|
|Video games||Unplug electrical outlets during nonuse||10 hrs removed||169Wh||98|
|Dishwashers||Reduce use time
(wipe with a washcloth instead of drying, etc.)
|1 hr erased||550Wh||318|
|Rice cookers||Use fast cook mode to reduce cooking time||1 hr erased||90Wh||52|
|Turn off heat retainer||2 hrs stopped||50Wh||29|
■ Reduce through Other Energy Reduction
|Reduction method||Details||CO2 reduction amount
|Gas, electricity, water||Make sure the flame does not come up from the bottom of the pot||Gas conservation||17|
|Reduce shower time by a minute a day||Gas and water conservation||74|
|Bathe without intervals between||Do not use an auxiliary heater (once a day)||83|
|Driving a vehicle||Turn off the engine while stopped||1.4L less of gasoline/month||106|
|Practice "eco starts," accelerating gently when departing||4.2L less of gasoline/month||320|
|Use public transportation when shopping, avoid, using personal vehicles (walk 2km/day)||2.2L less of gasoline/month||73|
■ Reduce through Lifestyle Choices
|Group Activities||Details||Goal Numbers
|TV viewing||Watch TV together in the living room||5||177Wh||102|
|Meal||Eat dinner or breakfast together||15||115Wh||67|
|Travel||Conserve 12 hours of energy with a day trip||1||224Wh||130|
- Trends and measures of household section(The Japan Center for Climate Change Actions)
- Household energy conservation dictionary (The Energy Conservation Center, Japan)
- Household CO2 reduction handbook (Toda city, Saitama, Japan)