Business Site Data

Business Site Data
Production (Zero-Waste-to-Landfill) (See pages 39 and 40.)
(Reviewed by BVQI [27])
Waste recovery rate (%)
Total waste discharge
amount (t)
Final waste disposal
amount (t)
Water consumption
(10,000 tons)
100
845
0
12.1
100
220
0
1.9
100
3 , 103
0
185.4
1-10 Komakado, Gotemba, Shizuoka 412-0038, Japan
100
1 , 125
0
8.5
Fukui Plant–Supplies
100
1 , 596
0
20.2
100
170
0
25.5
100
570
0
12.3
100
2 , 124
0
22.5
100
1 , 706
0
1.6
100
661
0
1.3
100
650
0
4.4
Ricoh Keiki Co., Ltd.–Parts for copiers and data processing equipment
3144-1 Aza-Ipponguri, Shimoizumi, Kuboizumi-machi, Saga, 849-0903, Japan
100
161
0
0.4
Ricoh Microelectronics Co., Ltd.–Printed circuit boards
100
566
0
2.5
100
891
0
11.2
Ricoh Production Sites
Atsugi Plant–Office equipment and other products
1005 Shimo-Ogino, Atsugi, Kanagawa 243-0298, Japan
Hatano Plant–Printed circuit boards and electronic components
423 Hirasawa, Hadano, Kanagawa 257-8586, Japan
Numazu Plant–Supplies
16-1 Honda-machi, Numazu, Shizuoka 410-8505, Japan
Gotemba Plant–Copiers, fax machines, and data processing systems
64-1 Ohmi, Sakai-cho, Sakai-gun, Fukui 919-0547, Japan
Ikeda Plant–Electronic devices
13-1 Himemuro-cho, Ikeda, Osaka 563-8501, Japan
Yashiro Plant–Electronic devices
30-1 Saho, Yashiro-cho, Kato-gun, Hyogo 673-1447, Japan
The Ricoh Group’s Manufacturing
Subsidiaries in Japan
Tohoku Ricoh Co., Ltd.–Office equipment and parts for copiers
3-1 Shinmeido, Nakanomyo, Shibata-machi, Shibata-gun, Miyagi 989-1695, Japan
Hasama Ricoh, Inc.–Parts for copiers, and data processing equipment
86 Aza-Kitasanden, Sanuma, Hasama-cho, Tome-gun, Miyagi 987-0511, Japan
Ricoh Unitechno Co., Ltd.–Fax machines, copiers, and microfilm equipment
713 Tsurugasone, Yashio, Saitama 340-0802, Japan
Ricoh Optical Industries Co., Ltd.–Photographic equipment
10-109 Ohata, Hanamaki, Iwate 025-0303, Japan
10-3 Kitamura, Tottori, 680-0911, Japan
Ricoh Elemex Corporation–Office equipment, clocks,
watches, and educational equipment
2-2-13, Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 460-0003, Japan
Ena Plant
1218-2 Nakano, Nagashima-cho, Ena, Gifu 509-7205, Japan
Okazaki Plant
3-69 Ida-cho, Okazaki, Aichi 444-8586, Japan
The Ricoh Group’s Manufacturing
Subsidiaries outside Japan
Ricoh Electronics, Inc. (REI)–Office equipment and supplies
One Ricoh Square, 1100 Valencia Avenue, Tustin, CA 92680, U.S.A.
Ricoh UK Products Ltd. (RPL)–Copiers and supplies
Priorslee, Telford, Shropshire TF2 9NS, U.K.
Ricoh Industrie France S.A. (RIF)–Copiers, fax machines, and supplies
144, Route de Rouffach 68920, Wettolsheim, France
Ricoh Asia Industry S.Z. Ltd. (RAI)–Copiers
Color TV Industrial Zone, Futian District, Shenzhen, P.R. China
Taiwan Ricoh Co., Ltd.–Photographic equipment
34 Lane 200, Jwu Her Road, Fuh Shing Li, Chang Hwa, Taiwan
100
6 , 419
0
19.5
100
1 , 044
0
3.1
100
8 , 603
0
5.1
95
1 , 641
82
14.4
93
227
15
4.9
1. ‘Ricoh Group’s target substances for reduction’ are PRTR substances designated by four
Electric & Electronic Industries Associations in Japan between fiscal 1998 and fiscal 2000.
The figures are indicators multiplied by the environmental impact coefficient.
(See page 37 for the formula used to calculate the amount used or discharged.)
2. Includes the results of a subcontracted development center as well as a recycling and
recovery center
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Notes: 1. It is not possible to simply compare figures to one another because the
business sites (including plants and Group companies) above have
different operations, production systems, scale, and locations.
2. This is the first time that business site data has been published in a
report. The data shows fiscal 2001 performance and is the accumulated
results of the Ricoh Group’s environmental conservation activities
conducted not just in fiscal 2001.
Production (Preventing Global Warming)
(See pages 35 and 36.)
Energy consumption
(t-CO2)
(TJ)
Production (Pollution Prevention) (See pages 37 and 38.)
Emissions into air
(NOx) (t)
Emissions into air
(SOx) (t)
Water discharge
(BOD) (t)
‘Ricoh Group’s target
substances for
reduction’ used1
‘Ricoh Group’s target
substances for
reduction’ discharged1
13 , 673
153.7
1.683
0.039
0.513
45.7
4.5
1 , 597
16.6
0.039
0.001
0.634
732.6
108.3
29 , 057
513.5
13.985
0.000
5.409
12 , 512.8
5 , 692.0
3 , 142
36.4
0.627
0.011
0.059
0.0
0.0
18 , 428
224.8
5.306
0.122
0.929
6 , 905.5
839.2
9 , 963
115.8
1.404
0.000
0.185
161.3
56.0
25 , 732
282.5
3.262
0.053
0.331
335.9
201.3
10 , 764
126.8
3.439
2.144
5.527
3 , 039.0
2 , 029.2
2 , 117
24.2
0.459
0.300
0.078
84.2
71.5
0.111
0.000
0.008
42.7
42.7
2
2
1 , 161
13.6
6 , 720
76.6
1.498
7.028
0.312
114.6
35.9
719
7.5
0.000
0.000
0.000
146.8
0.8
3 , 895
46.0
1.211
8.080
0.156
186.5
0.1
6 , 131
67.5
0.529
0.131
0.089
297.2
136.3
37 , 413
308.8
5.526
0.000
2.042
425.7
3.6
17 , 135
105.1
1.843
0.000
0.000
3 , 164.2
2 , 542.9
7 , 000
256.2
6.175
0.028
2.440
1 , 261.3
749.1
5 , 475
58.9
0.405
0.447
36.426
10.2
10.2
3 , 239
19.0
0.042
0.000
0.104
15.5
0.0
Example: Numazu Plant
Ricoh Group-regulated substances discharged: 5,692.0
Compared with fiscal 2000 (8,697.1): Reduced 34.6%
Compared with fiscal 1997 (14,056.6): Reduced 59.5%
The Ricoh Group will continue to disclose business site data for year-to-year comparisons.
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