Chronology and Results

Chronology of Integrated Recycling System

2015

  • The production of products incorporating reused parts started in 1995. By now, the number of such products reached 380,000 units.

2013

  • Persons engaged in the recycling business and activities in and outside Japan gathered to discuss at a global workshop in Japan.

2012

  • Recycling treatment in South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand was localized.

2010

  • Achieved zero waste in all of Fuji Xerox's sales areas (Japan, Asia Pacific, China).

2008

  • Resource recycling system plant in China started operation.

2007

  • Increased production of DocuCentre C2100, a resource-recycled color digital multifunction device.
  • Started building an integrated recycling system in China.

2005

  • Began supplying RoHS directive-compliant products.
  • Resource recycling system plant in the Asia-Pacific region started operation.
  • System to collect used multifunction devices and copy machines was developed and began service.
  • Started using recycled plastic parts in products manufactured at the production site in China.

2004

  • Began constructing an AP integrated recycling plant in Thailand.
  • System to collect used printers was developed and started operation.

2003

  • Designated a qualified industrial waste processor for recycling over a broad area by the Ministry of the Environment.

2002

  • Developed the 3R+C (Common) simultaneous design packing material.

2001

  • Activities to promote environmental initiatives headed by our suppliers.
  • Publication of environmental data with the new eco label, "Product Eco Data."

2000

  • Started nationwide implementation of zero waste system for collected used products.
  • Achived 50% rate of reused parts through the implementation of 3R design.

1999

  • Number of products manufactured using recycled parts exceeds 100,000.

1998

  • Started using recycled ABS plastic form collected used copy machines for new exterior covers.

1997

  • Established a new recycling line for collected used copy machines.

1995

  • Launched products that used recycled parts.
  • Established a company-wide policy on product recycling.

1993

  • Estabilshed recycling system concept (product recycling).

1991

  • Established company-wide environmental policy.

Evaluations from outside of the Company

2014

  • October 2014: Fuji Xerox Taiwan received the 23rd Corporate Environment Award.
  • September 2014: Fuji Xerox Korea received the President Award at the Leading Resource Recycling Enterprise Award Program 2014.

2013

  • October 2013: Fuji Xerox Taiwan received the Outstanding Performance Award at the Taoyuan Excellent Enterprise Award Program.

2012

  • November 2012: Fuji Xerox South Korea received the highest prize of Environment Secretary Award at the 17th Incheon/Gyeonggi-do Environment Awards.

2010

  • November 2010: Recycling site in Thailand received the Gold Prize in a ranking of waste management plants.

2009

  • December 2009: Recycling site in China is designated as a model electric appliances re-manufacturing company.

2007

  • October 2007: Resouce Recycling Technology and Systems Award The Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau Chief Award/Prize.

2005

  • April 2005 14th: Global Environment Awards Fuji Sankei Group Award.

2003

  • October 2003: Reduce, Reuse & Recycle Promotion Council Chaiman's Prize.
  • April 2003 12th: Global Environment Awards Distinguished Company Award Selected by the Global Environment Council.

2001

  • April 2001 10th: Global Environment Awards Distinguished Company Award selected by the Global Environment Council.
  • April 2001: Asahi Shinbun 2nd Environment for Tomorrow Prize.
  • March 2001: Resource Recycling Technology and Systems Awards Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

1999

  • June 1999 26th: Enviroment Awards Excellence Award.

1998

  • December 1998: Environmental Minister's Commendation for Activities to Prevent Global Warming.
  • October 1998: Award for Excellency as an Advanced Office.
  • April 1998: Global Environment Awards Director-General of the Science and Technology Agency's Prize.