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CSR Indicators regarding Engagement with Global Environment

Overview of our Environmental Impact

Fuji Xerox and its affiliates have been making efforts to grasp material flow for reducing environment burden.

The scope includes Fuji Xerox consolidated. (The scope of chemical substances includes only Japan)

CSR Indicators regarding Engagement with Global Environment

We have included some of the management items relating to the environment as indicators of CSR progress in Relationship with Global Environment.

Regarding environmental management items and goal and performance for each item, please see the "Goals and Performance"for the details.

Indicators

Coverage

Fiscal 2014 performance

Fiscal 2015 performance

Fiscal 2016 goal / performance

Contribution to CO2 reductions at the customers' offices

Fuji Xerox and affiliates

3,206kt-CO2

3,462kt-CO2

3,788kt-CO2 / 3,727kt-CO2

CO2 emissions at Fuji Xerox business facilities

Development and production Sites in Japan and overseas

126kt-CO2

142kt-CO2

139kt-CO2 / 140kt-CO2

Offices in Japan and overseas

64kt-CO2

69kt-CO2

68kt-CO2 / 69kt-CO2

Whole-life-cycle CO2 emissions of Fuji Xerox products

Fuji Xerox and affiliates

1,423kt-CO2

1,368kt-CO2

1,367kt-CO2 / 1,356kt-CO2

Reduction of new resource inputs in manufacturing process by reusing parts

Fuji Xerox and affiliates

2,916t

3,273t

3,464t / 3,809t

Resource recycling rate for recovered end-of-life products

Japan

99.9%

99.9%

99.5% or higher / 99.9%

Asia-Pacific region

99.6%

99.7%

99.5% or higher / 99.6%

Mainland China

99.9%

99.9%

99.5% or higher / 99.9%

Taiwan

99.9%

99.9%

99.5% or higher / 99.7%

South Korea

99.9%

99.9%

99.5% or higher / 99.9%

Australia

99.8%

99.6%

99.5% or higher / 99.6%

New Zealand

99.7%

99.7%

99.5% or higher / 99.7%

Water usage in manufacturing process

Fuji Xerox and affiliates

2.06 million t
(Japan: 1.63 million t
Overseas: 0.43 million t)

2.11 million t
(Japan: 1.67 million t
Overseas: 0.44 million t)

2.59 million t
(30% reduction from fiscal 2005 level) /
2.12 million t
(Japan: 1.69 million t
Overseas: 0.43 million t)

VOC Emissions

Fuji Xerox and Affiliates in Japan (Manufacturing)

45.5t/yr

27.8t/yr

36.3t/yr

Overseas Affiliates (Manufacturing)

53.7t/yr

43.3t/yr

30.9t/yr

Electric Power Consumption at Our Offices

Offices in Japan and overseas

69,637 million Wh

68,959 million Wh

72,123 million Wh

Environmental Accounting for the Integrated Recycling System

Fuji Xerox (unconsolidated)

0.3 billion yen

3.4 billion yen

10.7 billion yen

Waste Generation

Development and Production Sites in Japan and Overseas

8.6kt

10.1kt

10.4kt

Goals and Performance

Fiscal 2016 Goals and Performance

Management Items

Fiscal 2016 Goals

Fiscal 2016 Results

Assessment

Curbing Global Warming

Development and production sites

CO2 emissions: 138kt-CO2 or less (emission level of FY 2005)

140kt-CO2Note 1

-

Offices

CO2 emissions: 68kt-CO2(7% reduction compared to FY 2007)

170kt-CO2Note 1

-

Logistics

CO2 emissions: below 222kt-CO2

216kt-CO2

-

Conservation of Natural Resources

Products

3RsNote 2

Reduction of new resource inputs in manufacturing process by reusing parts: 3,065t

3,809t

Resource recycling rate for recovered end-of-life products: 99.5% or more in all countries and regions of Japan, Asia-Pacific, Mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand

Japan 99.9% / Asia-Pacific region 99.7% / Mainland China 99.9% / Taiwan 99.9% / South Korea 99.9% / Australia 99.6% / New Zealand 99.7%

Paper

Proactive use of raw materials that account for the environment: recycled-paper content of 73% or above

80.2%

Fuji Xerox sites

Water (Use in manufacturing process)

Reduce water consumption: 2.59 million t

2.12 million t

Office Waste Management

Development of a legal compliance management structure (domestic & overseas)

Operated the legal compliance system for waste management at domestic sales locations

Reduction of Environmental Risks from Chemical Substances

Strengthen management toward reducing risk of chemical substances, such as complying with RoHSNote 3/REACHNote 4

Products

Ensured understanding the Revised Green Procurement Standards among overseas suppliers

Fuji Xerox sites

Launch a chemical substance management system (in Japan)

Revised Chemical Substances Management Regulations for consolidated affiliates and overseas affiliates

Ecosystem and Biodiversity Conservation

Products

Expand overseas audits to ensure compliance with the Paper Procurement Regulation Standards

Improved an audit system for overseas paper suppliers to comply with the Paper Procurement Regulation Standards Goal unachieved

Goals for Fiscal 2017

Main Management Items and Goals for Fiscal 2017

Management Items

Fiscal 2017 Goals

Curbing Global Warming

Development and production sites

CO2 emissions: below 133kt-CO2 (fiscal 2005 level)

Offices

CO2 emissions: 67kt-CO2 (7% reduction from fiscal 2007 level)

Logistics

CO2 emissions: below 214kt-CO2

Conservation of Natural Resources

Products

3Rs

Reduce new resource inputs 3,902t by reusing components

Recycling rate of recovered products: 99.5% or more in all countries and regions of Japan, Asia-Pacific (AP), Mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand

Paper

Actively use environmentally friendly raw materials to achieve the following: old paper content, 73% or more

Fuji Xerox sites

Water (Use in manufacturing process)

2.59 million t

Office Waste Management

Construct a compliance management system (Japan and overseas)

Reduction of Environmental Risks from Chemical Substances

Products

Strengthen management to reduce chemicals-related risks through ensuring RoHS/REACH compatibility

Fuji Xerox sites

Improved the capability of chemical substance management by the audit of explosion prevention from chemical substances in both sites in Japan and overseas

Ecosystem and Biodiversity Conservation

Products

Paper

Continue the audit both in Japan and abroad to ensure compliance with the Paper Procurement Regulation Standards

Environmental Accounting

Environmental accounting is a means of quantitatively evaluating environmental activities. It expresses changes in revenues and expenditures and in environmental impacts.

Fiscal 2016: Fuji Xerox unconsolidated (million yen)

Categories of Environmental Conservation costs

Main Initiatives and Benefits

Fuji Xerox unconsolidated
(million yen)

Investment

Costs

Benefits

1. Costs in business areas

Costs and benefits of reducing environmental impacts generated from products and services

90

0

0

Breakdown

Pollution prevention

Activities for preventing pollution of air, water, soil, etc.

0

0

0

Global environment

Activities for preventing global warming and protecting the ozone layer (including energy-conservation activities)

90

0

0

Resource recycling

Activities for reducing resource inputs and reducing and reusing waste materials

0

0

0

2. Upstream/downstream

Costs and benefits of green purchasing and product recycling

0

6,206

7,273

3. Management activities

Costs and benefits of EMS maintenance, operation, environmental-impact measurement, etc.

0

76

0

4. Research and development

Costs and benefits of creating environmentally friendly technologies, products, and production equipment

0

4,218

0

5. Social activities

Costs and benefits of supporting environmental groups and of neighborhood greening and tree-planting

0

2

0

6. Environmental damage

Costs and benefits of remediating hazardous material leaks and other efforts to restore and maintain healthy conditions.

0

0

0

Total

90

10,501

7,273

Fiscal 2015: Fuji Xerox unconsolidated (million yen)

Categories of Environmental Conservation costs

Main Initiatives and Benefits

Fuji Xerox unconsolidated
(million yen)

Investment

Costs

Benefits

1. Costs in business areas

Costs and benefits of reducing environmental impacts generated from products and services

263

0

0

Breakdown

Pollution prevention

Activities for preventing pollution of air, water, soil, etc.

0

0

0

Global environment

Activities for preventing global warming and protecting the ozone layer (including energy-conservation activities)

212

0

0

Resource recycling

Activities for reducing resource inputs and reducing and reusing waste materials

51

0

0

2. Upstream/downstream

Costs and benefits of green purchasing and product recycling

0

6,944

7,176

3. Management activities

Costs and benefits of EMS maintenance, operation, environmental-impact measurement, etc.

33

81

0

4. Research and development

Costs and benefits of creating environmentally friendly technologies, products, and production equipment

0

4,335

0

5. Social activities

Costs and benefits of supporting environmental groups and of neighborhood greening and tree-planting

0

4

0

6. Environmental damage

Costs and benefits of remediating hazardous material leaks and other efforts to restore and maintain healthy conditions.

0

0

0

Total

296

11,363

7,176

Method of Calculation
  1. The period covered is April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017.
  2. The report applies to Fuji Xerox only.
  3. The environmental accounting is based on the Ministry of the Environment's 'Environmental Accounting Guidelines 2005.'
  4. The investment figures cover all depreciable environment related facilities acquired during the period.
  5. Regarding depreciation
    • The depreciation of environmental conservation facilities acquired in or before 2002 was calculated using the same accounting method as theretofore, whereas a three-year straight-line method of depreciation was used for facilities acquired in or after 2003.
    • The depreciation for wastewater treatment equipment and other pollution-prevention facilities covers all such assets that are in operation.
    • The deprecation for facilities related to global environment conservation and resource recycling covers all operating facilities acquired in or after 1995.
  6. For compound costs, the portion related to the environment is calculated by subtraction or proportional division.
  7. Only those economic effects that can be measured are included. (Expected effects based on estimates are not included.)

Environmental Accounting for the Integrated Recycling System

The environmental accounting balance of fiscal 2016 remained positive as in the previous fiscal year and was further improved. This improvement resulted from the increase in the number of products manufactured with reused parts and the substantial expansion of reused consumables. We will continue making efforts to minimize the use of new resources, striving to achieve zero waste.

Site Data

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