Follow-up on the implementation of the Tokyo 2020 Sustainable Sourcing Code for Timber

As part of its follow-up efforts on the implementation of the Code, The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) discloses the following information on the concrete formwork plywood being procured for the construction of venues by Tokyo 2020, the TMG and the JSC. The information will be updated every six months.

Information on the concrete formwork plywood procured

As of the end of November 2018

The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

Venue Classification Country of manufacture Quantity (sheet)
Ariake Gymnastic Centre Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Malaysia 3,700
Reused plywood 4,300

Tokyo Metropolitan Government

Venue Classification Country of manufacture Quantity (sheet)
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Malaysia 16,000
Reused plywood 25,800
Ariake Arena Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Japan 10,900
Plywood that due-diligence has been conducted for as required in Paragraph 4 of the Code Indonesia 9,700
Japan 10,100
Sea Forest Waterway Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Japan 6,300
Malaysia 3,100
Ariake Tennis Park Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Japan 200
Malaysia 7,400
Oi Hockey Stadium Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Malaysia 9,500
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Malaysia 4,200
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Japan 400

Japan Sport Council

Venue Classification Country of manufacture Quantity (sheet)
Olympic Stadium Certified plywood as required in Paragraph 3 of the Code Malaysia 3,000
Japan 1,900
Plywood that due-diligence has been conducted for as required in Paragraph 4 of the Code Indonesia 115,300
Reused plywood 9,600

The figures in the "Quantity" column are rounded.