FUJITSU GENERAL Group Green Procurement

Overview of the Fujitsu General Group's Green Procurement

The Fujitsu General Group, as part of its efforts to manufacture and deliver environmentally friendly products to customers, works with its suppliers to ensure that the materials and products it procures meet environmental requirements.

We have the following two guiding principles that govern our procurement practices:

  • Procure materials and products from suppliers that promote environmental protection
  • Procure materials and products that are environmentally friendly and do not contain harmful substances

We ask our suppliers to refer to and follow the provisions provided in the “Fujitsu Group Green Procurement Standards (Direction and Policy)” and the “Fujitsu General Group's Individual Policy (Specification).”

Fujitsu Group Procurement Standards (Direction and Policy)

Scope

The Fujitsu Group Procurement Standards apply to suppliers of the Fujitsu Group and to the materials and products they supply to the Group.

The Fujitsu General Group also follows these standards in its procurement practices.

Fujitsu Group Green Procurement Direction (Edition 7.2)

Fujitsu Group Specified Chemical Substances List (Ver.3.4)

Guideline Regarding Non-Containment Management on Fujitsu Group Specified Chemical Substances (Edition 4.0)

Fujitsu General Group's Individual Policy (Specification)

Scope

This policy applies to suppliers of the Fujitsu General Group as well as materials and products they supply to the Group.

Specification of Prohibiting Use of Hazardous Substances (Edition 2.2)

The Fujitsu General Group has defined detailed specifications to ensure compliance with the RoHS Directive.

If there is any inconsistency among “Specification of Prohibiting Use of Hazardous Substances,” “Fujitsu Group Green Procurement Direction,” and “Green Procurement Agreement," the first will prevail.

Request for a signed Observance Confirmation

To confirm compliance with the requirements described in the “Specification of Prohibiting Use of Hazardous Substances,” we ask our suppliers to fill in the “Observance Confirmation” form below, and sign and attach it to “Delivery Specifications” submitted to us.

Observance Confirmation

About lead exemption on the RoHS 2 Directive

Click the link below to obtain information regarding the Fujitsu General Group's compliance with the RoHS Directive Lead Exemption “9 (b)-1 of the exemption from the restriction (ANNEX III)."

Regarding the procurement and use of materials corresponding to 9 (b)-1

About lead exemption on the RoHS 2 Directive

The Fujitsu General Group procures and uses in its products components corresponding to the European RoHS 2 Directive Lead Exemption 9 (b)-1, regarding lead in bearing shells and bushes for refrigerant-containing hermetic scroll compressors with a stated electrical power input equal to or below 9 kW for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) applications.

Request for Chemical Substance Information

The Fujitsu General Group assesses the presence of chemical substances in the materials and products our suppliers provide to us, based on the chemSHERPA scheme that facilitates the sharing of information on chemical substances contained in products.

We ask our suppliers to visit chemSHERPA's website at the following URL to become familiar with the scheme and download a tool for data entry.

chemSHERPA

About the Procurement and Use of HCFC-22