Environmental rating based on the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) can be viewed here. EPEAT was established for the purpose of promoting market development and sales of environmentally friendly products, and is used by the United States federal government as an assessment tool for its procurement.
(Updated on July 29, 2022)
Note : Below list includes sites having significant responsibility for the design and manufacture.
Scope1,2 : FY21 344.2kt / FY22 331.0kt
Waste : Reduce the amount of waste proportionate to sales to improve on the previous year's level in each fiscal year.
Water : Reduce water usage proportionate to sales to improve on the previous year's level in each fiscal year.
Toxics : Reduce the chemical substance usage / emissions to improve on the previous year's level in each fiscal year.
|Greenhouse Gas Emissions
* Calculated based on GHG Protocols
① Ricoh Company, Ltd. (production/non-production sites), production subsidiaries inside and outside Japan, non-production subsidiaries in Japan
|- Pollutant Release and Transfer Register
* Calculated based on
- Water Withdrawal by Source / Water Recycled
Ricoh Group imaging devices are compatible with chlorine free paper and certain types of paper made of renewable and pre/post-consumer content.
Although the design of Ricoh Group Imaging Devices does not prevent the use of non-OEM cartridges and containers, Ricoh Group recommends the use of Ricoh manufactured, or approved, parts and supplies. The use of non-genuine Ricoh replacement parts or supplies may void the limited warranty.
In Ricoh Group continuing efforts to support environmental sustainability, all Ricoh manufactured cartridges or containers are not designed to prevent reuse or recycling.