Environmental Metrics Table

CARBON
CO₂ EMISSIONS Unit FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Scope 1 emissions MT CO2 409,000 387,000 445,353
Scope 2 emissions (market-based) MT CO2 697,000 627,000 618,729
Total Scope 1+2 emissions MT CO2 1,106,000 1,014,000 1,064,082
GHG intensity ¹ MT CO2/ vehicle 0.62 0.63 0.62
Scope 3, Use of Sold Product ² MT CO2 86,870,000 94,800,000 Not available
Scope 3, Downstream Transportation and Distribution (third-party U.S. service parts and vehicle transport only) MT CO2 Not reported Not reported 800,344
Scope 3, Dealerships MT CO2 Not measured Not measured 2,153,455
FLEET CO₂ PER MILE Unit MY2020 MY2021 MY2022
U.S. Fleet GHG Data ³ Grams CO₂/ mile 258.0 Not available Not available
Canada Fleet GHG Data - car Grams CO₂/ mile 165.5 164.0 Not available
Canada Fleet GHG Data - truck Grams CO₂/ mile 261.3 214.3 Not available
Mexico Fleet GHG Data MGrams CO₂/ kilometer 157 150 Not available
ELECTRIFIED VEHICLE SALES Unit CY2020 CY2021 CY2022
Toyota and Lexus models with an electrified option (U.S.) % Not measured Not measured 52
Toyota and Lexus Vehicle Sales that are electrified (U.S.) % 16 25 Not available
Total number of electrified vehicles sold – U.S. ⁴ # 337,036 583,697 Not available
          BEVs sold – U.S. ⁵ # 0 0 Not available
          Hybrids sold – U.S. # 318,639 528,319 Not available
          Plug-in Hybrids sold – U.S. # 17,898 52,749 Not available
          Fuel cell hybrids sold – U.S. # 499 2,629 Not available
Percent of Toyota and Lexus Vehicle Sales that are electrified (Canada) % 18.5 27.7 Not available
Total number of electrified vehicles sold – Canada ⁶ # 35,504 62,460 Not available
          BEVs sold – Canada # 0 0 Not available
          Hybrids sold – Canada # 29,901 52,959 Not available
          Plug-in Hybrids sold – Canada # 5,582 9,373 Not available
          Fuel-cell hybrids sold – Canada # 21 128 Not available
ENERGY Unit FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Total energy consumption MWh 3,700,858 3,609,000 3,892,335
Non-renewable electricity MWh 1,670,000 1,535,000 1,586,998
Renewable electricity MWh 60,000 62,000 70,724
Natural gas MWh 2,050,000 1,938,000 2,166,553
Fuels used in mobile sources MWh 78,700 74,000 68,060
Energy intensity ⁷ MWh/ vehicle 2.11 2.23 2.26
VEHICLE FUEL EFFICIENCY Unit MY2020 MY2021 MY2022
Fleet fuel economy – U.S. ⁸ Miles per gallon of gasoline 27.0 Not available Not available
WATER Unit FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Water withdrawal Gallons 1,766,238,000 1,526,868,000 1,652,147,000
Portion withdrawn in water-stressed areas ⁹ % 6 8 7
Water withdrawn from municipal sources % 95.2 96.2 94.1
Water withdrawn from surface water ¹⁰ % 4.4 3.5 2.9
Groundwater ¹¹ % 0.4 0.3 3.0
Water discharge Gallons 1,171,907,000 1,238,972,000 1,158,684,000
Portion discharged in water-stressed areas % 4 7 7
Water consumption Gallons 594,331,000 287,896,000 493,462,000
Portion consumed in water-stressed areas % 12 11 8
Water withdrawn per vehicle produced Gallons/vehicle 983 951 958
WASTE Unit CY2020 CY2021 CY2022
Percent of total waste reused, recycled or recovered ¹² % 93.2 92.9 Not available
Total waste generated Pounds 713,842,476 815,715,552 Not available
Regulated Waste Pounds 14,010,112 18,412,607 Not available
Non-regulated Waste Pounds 699,832,363 797,302,944 Not available
Scrap steel recycled Pounds 594,061,626 616,091,071 Not available
Compost Pounds 721,600 2,940,434 Not available
All other waste streams Pounds 105,049,137 178,271,438 Not available
Regulated waste diverted from disposal ¹³ Pounds 4,844,115 7,299,419 Not available
Non-regulated waste diverted from disposal Pounds 660,495,382 750,587,344 Not available
Regulated waste landfilled Pounds 0 888 Not available
Regulated waste incinerated ¹⁴ Pounds 9,165,997 11,112,300 Not available
Non-regulated waste landfilled Pounds 10,764,547 12,870,915 Not available
Non-regulated waste incinerated Pounds 28,572,434 33,844,687 Not available
BIODIVERSITY Unit FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Acres of pollinator habitat supported ¹⁵ Acres Not measured Not measured 1,922
Number of sites with programs with Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Certification # of sites certified by WHC 13 15
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AIR QUALITY Unit FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
VOC emissions ¹⁶ Grams/square meter of surface area coated 12.3 11.8 12.2
COMPLIANCE Unit FY2020 FY2021 ¹⁷ FY2022 ¹⁸
Violations that resulted in air or water pollution # 0 0 0

1 (Scope 1+2 CO2 emissions)/number of vehicles produced in North America

2 Emissions from use of sold product are calculated by model year.

3 2-cycle tailpipe CO2 emissions (CO2 grams/mile) as reported in the 2021 EPA Automotive Trends Report, Table 5.5, page 104. 2-cycle test data are used primarily in a regulatory context as the basis for determining the final compliance values for CAFE and GHG regulations.

4 Includes both Toyota and Lexus

5 Toyota’s first all-electric vehicle, bZ4X, went on sale in North America in 2022.

6 Includes both Toyota and Lexus

7 Total energy consumption by Toyota operations in North America/number of vehicles produced in North America

8 Fuel economy as reported in the 2021 EPA Automotive Trends Report, table 2.3, page 13

9 Water-stressed areas are defined according to the Water Risk Atlas in WRI’s Aqueduct Tool as areas with either “high” or “extremely high” overall risk.

10 Includes collected rainwater

11 Groundwater increased in FY2021 from previous years because previously only one plant used groundwater. Beginning last year, our newer plant in Mexico came online and also uses groundwater.

12 Recovery does not include energy recovery.

13 Diverted from disposal means reused, recycled or recovered (does not include energy recovery); Disposal = Incineration + Landfill

14 Incineration includes both with and without energy recovery.

15 Includes both on- and off-site habitats

16 Scope = North American manufacturing plants

17 In January 2021, Toyota paid a civil penalty of $180 million to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to a Consent Decree to resolve investigations stemming from a self-reported process gap in fulfilling certain emissions defect information reporting requirements under the Clean Air Act. The reporting gap occurred between 2005 and 2015. As a countermeasure, Toyota has put robust reporting and compliance processes in place.

18 Toyota paid $7.7 million in stipulated penalties in 2022 under the 2021 Consent Decree described in FN 17 for an issue that did not constitute a regulatory violation.