Guide to Green Procurement - To reduce the environmental burden in supply chains
Among the Corporate Values we have set forth in the FUJITSU Way, we state that we will strive to "protect the environment and contribute to society." Contributing to global sustainability is one of the Fujitsu Group's social responsibilities, and a reason for its existence.
Based on this belief, Fujitsu Group is promoting Green purchasing activity, a campaign aiming to purchase environmentally friendly parts, materials, and products with the support of business partners. In detail, please refer to Fujitsu Group Green Procurement Direction.
(fiscal 2019 and fiscal 2020)
This guideline has provided for suppliers' activities for reducing CO2 emissions, and also, for using to the activities expansion to their upstream suppliers to stimulate the activities of the entire supply chain.
As a first step in water resource conservation activities, it is necessary to understand the risks associated with the water to which we face. This document introduces the significance of water risk assessment for companies and the procedures for its efforts, etc.
We would like to introduce the progress of our activities in the supply chain.
This video simply explains what a decarbonized society is and how we can contribute through our business.
AQUEDUCT is a water risk tool provided for free by the World Resources Institute.
Fujitsu Group is implementing a survey regarding chemical substances contained in suppliers' products.
Fujitsu has been using chemSHERPA operate by JAMP since January, 2018 for chemical substances surveys. AIS was used before that.
JAMP : Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium
chemSHERPA : Chemical information SHaring and Exchange under Reporting Partnership in supply chain
chemSERPA is an information transfer scheme for chemicals in products throughout supply chains. It has been developed by the initiative of Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Japan.
When we request you to make a chemical substances survey, please respond to this.
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