Business Site Data

Data
Business Site Data
Site (Resource Conservation and Recycling)
Waste
recovery
rate (%)
See page 43.
Total amount
Total amount
Water
Final amount
of waste
of waste
consumption
of waste
1
2
generated (tons) discharged (tons) disposed (tons) (thousand tons)
Ricoh’s Business Sites
Atsugi Plant–Office equipment and other products
100
1,039
1,039
0.0
105
100
123
123
0.0
12
100
15,182
11,161
0.0
1,587
100
2,796
2,796
0.0
41
100
2,255
2,255
0.0
202
100
165
165
0.0
128
30-1 Saho, Kato, Hyogo 673-1447, Japan
100
507
507
0.0
157
Non-production sites
99.5
1,920
1,920
9.1
210
Total
99.9
23,987
19,966
9.1
2,441
100
1,438
1,438
0.0
147
100
2,791
2,791
0.0
8
100
311
311
0.0
17
100
834
834
0.0
49
100
177
177
0.0
4
100
460
460
0.0
16
100
1,099
1,099
0.04
100
2,061
2,061
0.0
97
99.4
100
100
0.6
309
99.9
9,272
9,272
0.6
717
100
7,183
7,183
0.0
182
100
1,154
1,154
0.0
25
100
11,097
11,097
0.0
76
100
1,336
1,336
0.0
236
100
686
686
0.0
39
digital equipment and related components
No.887 Jingang Road, Jinqiao Export Processing Zone,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
100
719
719
0.0
12
Total
100
22,176
22,176
0.0
570
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
1-10 Komakado, Gotemba, Shizuoka 412-0038, Japan
Fukui Plant–Supplies
64-1 Ohmi, Sakai-cho, Sakai, Fukui 919-0547, Japan
Ikeda Plant–Electronic devices and office equipment
13-1 Himemuro-cho, Ikeda, Osaka 563-8501, Japan
Yashiro Plant–Electronic devices
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, 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
Ricoh Keiki Co., Ltd.–Parts for copiers and data processing equipment
3144-1 Aza-Ipponguri, Shimoizumi, Kuboizumi-machi, Saga 849-0903, Japan
Ricoh Microelectronics Co., Ltd.–Printed circuit boards
10-3 Kitamura, Tottori, Tottori 680-1172, Japan
Ricoh Elemex Corporation–Office equipment, clocks, watches,
and educational equipment
2-14-29 Uchiyama, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 464-0075, Japan
5
70
Ena Plant, Okazaki Plant
Ricoh Printing Systems Ltd.4–Printers and related equipment
2-15-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-6021, Japan
Yamanashi Electronics Co., Ltd.–Photoconductor drums
1014 Miyabara-cho, Kofu, Yamanashi 400-0058, Japan
Total
The Ricoh Group’s Manufacturing Subsidiaries
outside Japan
Ricoh Electronics, Inc. (REI) –Office equipment and supplies
One Ricoh Square, 1100 Valencia Avenue, Tustin, CA 92780, U.S.A.
Ricoh UK Products Ltd. (RPL) –Copiers and supplies
Priorslee, Telford, Shropshire TF2 9NS, U.K
Ricoh Industrie France S.A.S. (RIF) –Copiers and supplies
144, Route de Rouffach 68920, Wettolsheim, France
Ricoh Asia Industry (Shenzhen) Ltd. (RAI) –Copiers
Color TV Industrial Zone, North Hung Gang Road, Shenzhen,
People’s Republic of China
Shanghai Ricoh Facsimile Co., Ltd. (SRF) –Facsimiles
No. 885, Jingang Road, Jinqiao Export Processing Zone,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China
Shanghai Ricoh Digital Equipment Co., Ltd. (SRD) –Printers, other
1. Total amount of waste generated
When waste is generated after waste reduction processing during manufacturing,
the total amount of waste generated means the amount of waste at the point of
generation. When waste is processed after manufacturing at a facility in a business
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site, the total amount of waste generated means the amount of waste prior to waste
processing. Waste includes valuable materials. Waste generated from recycling
business and waste production equipment and utility equipment is excluded.
Sites (Preventing
Global Warming)
Energy consumption
(tons of CO2)
Sites (Pollution Prevention)
See page 37.
(TJ)
Emissions into air
(NOx) (tons)
Emissions into air
(SOx) (tons)
Water discharge
(BOD) (tons)
See page 47.
‘Ricoh target
substances for
reduction’ used3 (tons)
‘Ricoh target substances
for reduction’
discharged3 (tons)
12,473
140.0
1.372
0.008
138.2
0.1
1,195
11.9
0.029
0.000
92.7
0.0
36,194
571.4
18.883
4.113
9,180.0
1,073.7
3,066
34.6
0.605
0.004
0.063
23,840
467.1
13.536
0.001
0.542
7,920.9
809.3
7,898
85.4
0.879
82.0
33.6
30,627
334.2
3.768
802.3
323.5
23,973
259.0
2.608
0.159
0.002
139,266
1,903.8
41.680
0.172
4.720
18,216.1
2,240.2
10,276
114.5
2.593
1.853
416.9
86.5
1,917
20.9
0.301
0.064
0.026
38.2
32.5
1,316
14.1
0.114
0.018
2.8
2.1
9,645
106.6
1.915
1.091
0.086
40.4
31.1
901
8.7
13.2
0.3
3,128
31.6
0.253
1.800
0.145
172.9
0.0
6,976
73.3
0.342
0.066
214.8
22.5
6,715
69.6
1.071
0.380
0.054
49.1
49.1
5,721
67.5
1.681
0.580
0.294
7,030.5
5,153.0
46,595
506.9
8.270
5.834
0.623
7,978.8
5,377.1
45,777
421.5
12.271
0.925
428.3
8.9
7,532
74.6
1.198
154.6
0.0
10,973
316.4
7.700
6.6
0.0
20,333
109.6
0.884
0.827
190.6
39.8
2,088
11.8
3,349
16.9
90,053
950.8
22.053
0.827
0.925
780.1
48.7
2. Total amount of waste discharged: the amount of waste discharged outside business
sites.
This includes residual waste after the intermediate processing of waste at business
sites.
3. Ricoh target substances for reduction: PRTR substances designated by four Electric
& Electronic Industries Associations in Japan between fiscal 1998 and 2000. The
figures are indicators multiplied by the environmental impact potential.
4. The data for Ricoh Printing Systems is the aggregate data of Katsuta and Yamagata
Plants (Ricoh Printing Technologies).
5. We failed to meet our Zero-Waste-to-Landfill target because its definition was not
accurately understood by staff at Okazaki Plant, who therefore commissioned their
contract landfill operator to dispose of 40 kg of waste alkali, which ended up being sent to
a landfill in August 2007. Waste alkali will be recycled from now on, and the Group will be
taking necessary measures to prevent such an incident from happening again.
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