Canon Green Procurement Standards

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Canon Green Procurement Standards

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Canon Green Procurement Standards Contents 1. Objective ……………………………………………………………………………... 2. Scope …………………………………………………………………………………. 3. Definitions of Terms …………………………………………………………………. 4. “Production environmental impact substances” and “product environmental impact substances”…………………………………………………………………………… 5. Principles behind the requirements of the Canon Green Procurement Standards …… 6. Procedure for Starting Dealings ……………………………………………………… 7. Requirements …………………………………………………………………………. 8. Explanation of the Requirement ………………………………………………………. 9. Evaluation by Canon ………………………………………………………………… 10. Handling of Information …………………………………………………………….. 11. Acknowledgement of revisions ……………………………………………………... 12. Starting Date for Application ………………………………………………………...

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Canon Green Procurement Standards 1. Objective Guided by its corporate philosophy of “Kyosei”, Canon group (this is hereinafter referred to as “Canon”) has been conducting global environmental conservation activities. One of these activities is green procurement, in which procurement and purchasing of environment-friendly materials, parts, and products are prioritized when necessary resources are procured and purchased. Canon would like to proceed with “Maximization of Resource Efficiency” together with suppliers to realize global environment conservation. To attain this objective, the Canon Green Procurement Standards prescribe the conditions for starting dealings with suppliers. 2. Scope These standards apply to the following parts and materials constituting Canon products, OEM products, and packaging for these products. 1. Products (1) Parts, Units (2) Materials (3) Accessories packaged or used with product main units In Canon sales companies, the following accessories are included: (a) Regular commodities packaged with Canon products (b) OEM goods that add value to Canon products (c) Standard commodities physically connected to Canon products (4) Consumables, manuals, attached documents, etc. (5) Auxiliary materials used in products, such as adhesives, lubricants, and paint for identification 2. Packaging Packaging herein includes packaging that is used to wrap, protect, and distribute parts and materials delivered to Canon. The standards, however, do not apply for the time being to packaging in such cases as each Canon group’s delivery site agrees that these materials are discarded at a Canon site at the present moment. (1) Packaging materials and twist ties (2) Auxiliary materials used in packaging, such as adhesives, paint for identification and ink for printing 3. Definitions of Terms 1. Environmental impact of business activities Refer to the impact that business activities have on the environment, such as use of energy, chemical substances, and water, as well as the emission of waste. 2. Environment-related laws and regulations Refer to laws and regulations, municipal bylaws, and agreements, etc. related to environmental conservation, such as the prevention of air, water and soil pollution. 3. Production environmental impact substances Refer to chemical substances used in the process of development, production, or sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. These chemical substances are specified in the “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 1) and classified into the following three categories.

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(1) Prohibited substances: Chemical substances that must not be used (2) Substances targeted for reduced levels of use: Chemical substances that must be reduced (3) Controlled substances: Chemical substances that require tracking of use (or no use) and used quantities 4. Preventive measures against pollution of soil and groundwater Refer to measures taken to predict and prevent soil and groundwater contamination. Examples 1: Spill trays, linings, fluid-proof dikes, waste cloth and spill mats in locations where chemical substances are stored and used Examples 2: Inspections of facilities, usage locations, and storage locations 5. Product environmental impact substances Refer to chemical substances contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon. These chemical substances are specified in the “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 2) and classified into the following three categories. (1) Prohibited substances: Chemical substances that must not be used in parts and materials (2) Use-restricted substances: Chemical substances that are allowed to be used in parts and materials for a specified period (3) Controlled substances: Chemical substances that require tracking of the absence/presence of each substance in parts and materials, its content, purpose, and where it is contained, etc. 6. Substance (chemical substance) A chemical element or compound that either exists in nature or is obtained via a manufacturing process. A substance includes impurities introduced in manufacturing processes, and additives required for maintenance of stability. Solvents that can be separated without affecting the stability of the single chemical substance or without changing the composition, are excluded from this definition. Examples: Lead oxide, nickel chloride, benzenes, etc. 7. Preparation (mixture) A mixture intentionally comprising two or more individual chemical substances. Examples: Paints, inks, solders prior to use, adhesives, alloys, etc. Note: The term “preparation” may be replaced in future by “mixture” in accordance with the “EU Regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures” (CLP Regulation) which entered into force on January 20, 2009. 8. Article (product formed into a shape) An item of specific shape, appearance, or design provided during manufacture which determines functions in final use at a level beyond that provided by its chemical composition. Examples: Molded objects such as personal computer keyboards and main units. 9. JGP file Refers to the JGP file format established by the JGPSSI, for electronic files used in standardized green procurement survey responses. (Definitions of No. 6, 7, 8, and 9 are quoted from the JGPSSI “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products.”) 10. Contain It means that a particular chemical substance is originally present in a part or a material that constitutes a product. This term also refers to cases in which a substance exists as a result of addition, filling, mixing, or deposition, as well as results from a manufacturing process. 11. Intentional use It means to use chemical substances in parts/materials constituting a product, for the purpose of realizing performance related to specific functions/appearance or to the maintenance/ improvement of quality.

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12. Impurity Impurities mean chemical substances that are contained in natural material and cannot be removed by the current industrial technologies in the refining process for commercial use, or byproduct material or catalyst residues that are produced in the process of synthesis reaction and cannot be removed by the current industrial technologies. These impurities exclude substances intentionally added to express some sort of performance in the final product form. Even when a substance is called an “impurity” so as to differentiate it from the main material, the substance is not treated as an “impurity” in this standard as long as it is used intentionally. Substances that cannot be removed by the current industrial technologies: - Lead contained in lead-free solder - Lead contained in tin plating - Lead contained in plating layer after plating treatment traceable to an antioxidant of plating solution (e.g., lead acetate and other lead compounds) used in the chemical nickel plating (KN plating) process - Monomer components that cannot be completely removed from synthetic resin materials Substances usually called “impurity” but used for the realization of specific functions these substances are not treated as impurities in this standard: - Arsenic and antimonic substances used as dopant in silicon substrates 13. Applicable range Pertaining to each of the prohibited substances, use-restricted substances, and controlled substances defined in this standard, this term refers to a concentration, application, use, or the like to which the standard is applicable. The concentration of a substance is calculated using the following formula: (Concentration) = (content by mass of a specified chemical substance) / (mass of homogeneous material of a part element that contains the substance) Note 1: “A part element that contains the substance”, which is a denominator in the formula, differs depending on the law that applies. A denominator such as “in homogeneous materials”, “in parts” or “in packaging items”, etc., is indicated in “Applicable range”. So, please use an appropriate denominator for calculation of the concentration. When “in parts” or “in packaging items” is indicated, calculate the concentration of the concerned chemical substance in a part or packaging item that contains the substance. Note 2: Concentration “Homogeneous material” means an identical material of a part element that contains the specified chemical substance, and that cannot be mechanically disjointed into different materials. Note 3: Unit of the concentration “ppm” is mostly used as the unit of the concentration. One ppm means “1 part per million” and represents “1/1,000,000.” In this standard, this unit represents the concentration level by weight, and 1 ppm equals to 1 mg/kg. Note 4: “Metal converted value” When a metal converted value is specified in the Applicable range for content/concentration, calculate the converted content/concentration value by multiplying the metallic compound amount by the relevant conversion factor. 14. Exemption It means item such as a specific application or a substance that is excluded from the applicable range of the prohibited substances, use-restricted substances, or controlled substances prescribed in the Standards. 15. JIG

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JIG is an abbreviation of Joint Industry Guide, that is, industry guidelines for the disclosure of information on chemical substances in products. JIG is established and revised jointly by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) of the USA, DIGITALEUROPE, and the Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative (JGPSSI). JIG-101 refers to the “Joint Industry Guide—Material Composition Declaration for Electrotechnical Products”. JIG-201 refers to the “Joint Industry Guide—Material Composition Declaration for Packaging of Electrotechnical Products” (Not yet published at the time of issue of this Standard).

4. “Production environmental impact substances” and “product environmental impact substances” Canon prescribes the management criteria for the production environmental impact substances in Attachment 1, and the management criteria for the product environmental impact substances in Attachment 2. 1. Production environmental impact substances (1) Prohibited substances Use of “1A Prohibited substances” is prohibited in the process of development, production, and sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. (2) Substances targeted for reduced levels of use Use of “1B Substances targeted for reduced levels of use” must be reduced in the process of development, production, and sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. (3) Controlled substances Regarding “1C Controlled substances,” it is necessary to monitor whether these substances are used and, if so, keep track of the amounts used in the process of development, production, and sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. 2. Product environmental impact substances The “Products” part of the “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” contains chemical substances specified in the JIG Declarable Substance List of JIG-101, and the “Packaging” part contains those specified in JIG-201 (Not yet published at the time of issue of this Standard). Both parts in the List of Product Environmental Impact Substances also include substances added by Canon according to social trends and changes in laws and regulations. (1) Prohibited substances The inclusion of “2A Prohibited substances” in amounts exceeding thresholds (applicable range) is prohibited in products delivered to Canon, except for the exempted items, if any, specified in the lists. The inclusion of “3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials” in amounts exceeding thresholds (applicable range) is prohibited in packaging delivered to Canon, except for the exempted items, if any, specified in the lists. All exempted items must be controlled in the same manner as the controlled substances. (2) Use-restricted substances The inclusion of “2B Use-restricted substances” in amounts exceeding thresholds (applicable range) is prohibited after the deadline dates in products delivered to Canon, except for the exempted items, if any, specified in the lists. The inclusion of “3B Use-restricted substances in packaging materials” in amounts exceeding thresholds (applicable range) is prohibited after the deadline dates in packaging delivered to Canon, except for the exempted items, if any, specified in the lists. All exempted items must be controlled in the same manner as the controlled substances. (3) Controlled substances Regarding “2C Controlled substances”, it is necessary to monitor whether each substance is contained

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in products delivered to Canon and, if so, keep track of its content, area of use, application, etc., except for the exempted items, if any, specified in the lists. Regarding “3C Controlled substances in packaging materials”, it is necessary to monitor whether each substance is contained in packaging delivered to Canon and, if so, keep track of its content, area of use, application, etc., except for the exempted items, if any, specified in the lists. The inclusion of controlled substances in parts and materials delivered to Canon is neither prohibited nor restricted.

5. Principles behind the requirements of the Canon Green Procurement Standards To promote environmental conservation activities, Canon thinks it essential that the following four frameworks A through D function effectively: A : Environmental management system for business activities A company must construct and operate a system to reduce environmental impact caused by its business activities B : Performance of business activities As the result of constructing and operating an environmental management system, the following must be achieved: compliance with environment-related laws and regulations and other applicable legal requirements, no use of the prohibited substances, reduction in the use of substances targeted for reduced levels of use, and implementation of preventive measures against pollution of soil and groundwater. C : Management of chemical substances in products (environmental management system for parts and materials) A system must be constructed and operated to keep track of and manage chemical substances contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon. D : Performance of parts and materials No “prohibited substances” are contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon, and no “use-restricted substances” are contained after a specified period.

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Figure 1 Four frameworks

6. Procedure for Starting Dealings Each supplier is asked to develop and operate an environmental management system related to business activities and the system for management of chemical substances in products to achieve the expected performance level based on the “Requirements” (see pages 8 to 12) stipulated in the Canon Green Procurement Standards. 1. Evaluation of suppliers (A through C shown in Figure 1) (1) Canon will request suppliers to submit “Self-Evaluation Sheet” based on “Supplier Environmental Evaluation” (see page 14). (2) Suppliers are asked to carry out self-evaluation of the conditions of activities performed to satisfy the “Requirements” and submit the result to Canon. (3) Canon will carry out evaluation and make a judgment based on the results of self-evaluation submitted and start dealings with suppliers who satisfy the “Requirements”. 2. Evaluation of parts and materials (D shown in Figure 1) (1) Suppliers are asked to perform surveys of product environmental impact substance information for parts and materials delivered to Canon. (2) Canon will request suppliers to submit information on product environmental impact substance related to parts and materials delivered to Canon based on “Parts and Materials Evaluation” (see page 17). (3) Suppliers are asked to submit the survey result. (4) Canon will make a judgment based on the submitted survey result and only purchase parts and materials that satisfy the “Requirements”.

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7. Requirements [Requirements Related to Business Activities]

A : Requirements Related to an Environmental Management System for Business Activities I. Construction of an Environmental management System Responsibilities and procedures for conducting the following shall be defined and documented: 1. Policy - Draw up policy related to environmental management activities. - Communicate to all persons working for or on behalf of the organization 2. Planning 2.1 Environmental aspect (Investigations of the current situation) - Survey on environmental impact of business activities - Survey on environment-related laws and regulations and other applicable legal requirements - Survey on production environmental impact substances - Survey on preventive measures against pollution of soil and groundwater 2.2 Establishment targets and programme(s) - Draw up targets and programme(s) to reduce environmental impact based on the investigation results of the current situation. 3. Operational Control - Appoint management representative(s) of the environmental management system - Establish procedures necessary for achieving the targets. - Communicate the procedures necessary for achieving the targets. 4. Performance Evaluation and Improvement - Evaluate the progress of the programme(s), attainment of the targets, and the sufficiency of the environmental management system, and report the evaluation results to management. 5. Management Review - Evaluate performance involving top management, check compliance with laws and regulations related to environment and other applicable legal requirements, and find solutions to problems. - Reflect the above results on “1. Policy” and “2.2 Establishment of targets and programme(s)”.

II. Operation of an Environmental Management System Activities shall be performed according to the responsibilities and procedures established to meet the above requirements (1. Construction of an Environmental Management System). The results of activities shall be recorded, and their records kept.

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B : Requirements Related to Performance of Business Activities 1. Compliance with laws and regulations - Suppliers must comply with environment-related laws and regulations. - Suppliers must comply with other applicable legal requirements. 2. Management of production environmental impact substances 2.1 Prohibited substances - None of the “1A Prohibited Substances” defined in the “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 1) shall be used in the process of development, production, and sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. 2.2 Substances Targeted for Reduced Levels of Use - “1B Substances Targeted for Reduced Levels of Use” defined in the “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 1) shall be reduced in the process of development, production, or sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. 3. Preventive measures against pollution of soil and groundwater Measures shall be taken to prevent the pollution of soil and groundwater by chemical substances. Note: “1A Prohibited Substances” in the “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 1) are, in principle, banned from use. Contact Canon if any of these substances is not banned by any regulations in the country or region and its substitution is technically difficult.

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C : Requirements related to the Management of Chemical Substances in Products Responsibilities and procedures shall be defined and documented to conduct activities in conformity with the action items and action details in the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products” issued by the JGPSSI (hereinafter referred to as “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products”). Then activities shall be carried out according to the established procedures. The requirements prescribed in this document make it indispensable that the substances defined in the “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 2) be included as objects of the management.

[Action Items and Action Details in the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products (Ver.2)”] 1. Policy - Declare items to be dealt with in management of chemical substances in products. 2. Planning 2.1 Definition of Management Criteria - Management criteria to be followed shall be clarified based on legislation and industry criteria related to management of chemical substances in products, and conveyed to related corporate units.

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2.2 Definition of Scope of Management - 'Organizations', 'business', 'chemical substances', 'constituent materials', 'processes', and 'products' etc shall be clarified as the scope of application of management criteria for chemical substances in products. 2.3 Establishment of Objectives & Planning for Implemented Processes - Objectives and plans for management of chemical substances in products shall be prepared. Objectives and plans shall be revised as necessary. 2.4 Definition of Organizational System, Responsibility & Authority - Rights and responsibilities for management of chemical substances in products shall be clarified. 3. Implementation & Management 3.1 Design and Development 3.1.1 Design for Manufacture of Substances/Preparations - When manufacturing substances/preparations, information on chemical substances in raw materials shall be verified, and products and manufacturing processes shall be designed to satisfy management criteria. Specify specifications of purchased products if necessary. 3.1.2 Design for Manufacture of Articles Using Substances/Preparations - When manufacturing articles from substances/preparations, information on chemical substances in raw materials shall be verified. Any possible changes in concentration and type of contained chemical substances in processes shall be understood. Furthermore, the product shall be verified as conforming to the management criteria. 3.1.3 Design for Manufacture of Articles Using Articles - When manufacturing new articles from existing articles, information on chemical substances in articles (eg parts), and conformance of the product to the management criteria, shall be verified. 3.2 Purchase Management 3.2.1 Verification and Acquisition of Chemical Substances in Products Information - Information on the chemical substances in purchased products (IN information) shall be acquired, verified that it contains the necessary details, and that it is compatible with the management criteria. For new products and changed products, acquisition and verification of information on chemical substances in products in accordance with the management criteria shall be complete prior to commencing mass production. 3.2.2 Verification of Supplier Management Status - When selecting a new supplier, the status of management of chemical substances in the supplier's products shall be verified. When continuing with an existing supplier, reconfirmation shall be conducted as necessary. Measures for verification results shall be fixed. Supplier items to be verified, criteria, frequency, and method etc may be set in relation to risk level. 3.3 Acceptance Verification - When accepting purchased products, such products shall be verified as compatible with company management criteria. Items to be verified, criteria, method, and frequency etc may be selected in relation to the risk level of the purchased products. 3.4 Process Management 3.4.1 Preventing Incorrect Use, Admixture, and Contamination - Implementation of measures to prevent incorrect use, admixture and contamination of chemical substances shall be subject to management. 3.4.2 Appropriate Management of Reaction Processes - Management shall ensure that residues do not remain, or are not created, when management criteria for chemical substances subject to management are exceeded, due to changes in constituents and concentrations. 3.4.3 Management of Sub-contractors - Management of manufacturing sub-contractors shall be appropriate. 3.5 Shipping Verification - Products shall be shipped after verification that all specified items have been checked, including cases of implementation during acceptance, or during a process.

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3.6 Traceability - Product traceability shall be reliable. 3.7 Change Control - Rules for control of changes in management of chemical substances in products shall be determined, and the following details clarified. (1) Elemental changes having possible effects on chemical substances in products. Changes and additions in suppliers, changes in purchased items, and changes in processes etc (including changes not only in the company such as manufacturing conditions, molds, and jigs, but changes in sub-contractors etc). (2) Company internal and external procedures. Details to be verified, means of verification, approval processes etc. (3) Methods of transmitting information inside and outside the company. Recording changes, notification, identification information etc. 3.8 Non-conformity Response - Rules for measures to deal with non-conforming products (emergency measures, determination of causes, preventing reoccurrence, horizontal deployment etc) shall be determined. 4. Management of Human Resources, Documentation, and Information 4.1 Training - Details of training required for management of chemical substances in products, and related persons shall be identified and implemented. 4.2 Management of Documentation and Records - Rules related to management of chemical substances in products shall be documented, maintained, and managed. Records of results of operation shall be prepared and stored appropriately. 4.3 Communication (Provision of Information) - Information on chemical substances in products (OUT information) shall be provided appropriately to suppliers. Appropriate response shall be provided to enquiries on the management system for chemical substances in products. 5. Performance (State of Implementation) Evaluation and Improvement - Status of management of chemical substances in products shall be verified periodically through an internal audit, and items requiring improvement shall be improved. Results of verification shall be reported to managers etc. 6. Management Review (Correction by Management) - When the manager determines, from the results of an internal audit, that there are problems with non-conformance, improvements shall be implemented and reflected in the next objective. Refer to the JGPSSI website for the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products.” http://www.jgpssi.jp/

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D : Requirements Related to Performance of Parts and Materials 1. Management of product environmental impact substances 1.1 Prohibited substances - None of the “2A and 3A Prohibited Substances” defined in the “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 2) shall be contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon. 1.2 Use-restricted substances - None of the “2B and 3B Use-restricted Substances” defined in the “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” (Attachment 2) shall be contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon after a specified period. 2. Concerning the following chemical substances related to environmental information, when no inclusion is indicated in reply to parts & materials surveys or instructed in specifications (e.g., drawings, delivery specifications), these substances shall not be contained in parts and materials to be delivered to Canon: - Environmental label substances (Attachment 2 “2D Environmental label substances in plastic exterior enclosure members/cabinets for business machine products”) - Chemical substances for which Canon must comply with customer requirements - Chemical substances added according to changes in laws and regulations, as well as social trends.

8. Explanation of the Requirements 1. Requirements related to an environmental management system for business activities (1) The “construction” of an environmental management system means to document who (“responsibilities”) should draw up guidelines and identify environmental aspects, etc., and how (“procedures”) these tasks should be carried out. The “operation” means to perform activities and keep records in accordance with the determined responsibilities and procedures. “Responsibilities” refer to responsible persons or organizations, such as a committee, etc. (2) When the supplier has already constructed and operated a system such as ISO14001 and Eco Action 21, etc. and satisfied the “Requirements” stipulated in the Canon Green Procurement Standards, a new system need not be constructed. (3) To promote global environmental conservation activities, all the suppliers in the supply chain must construct and operate environmental management systems designed to reduce environmental impact in business activities. For this reason, when a Canon supplier (including a trading company) selects or continues dealings with supplier (X), they have to ask this supplier (X) to operate the environmental management system, and verify the operation (Requirement A and B). The verification of supplier (X) includes a process to examine how supplier (X) is verifying the environmental management system performed by supplier (Y), who is in the upstream of the supply chain. Implementation & operation of system for the environmental management system for business activities

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Verification of the status of supplier management by Canon supplier - Verification (i) of the environmental management system for business activities performed by Supplier (X) - How Supplier (X) is evaluating Supplier (Y), regarding the environmental management system for business activities verification (ii)

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2. Requirements related to the Management of Chemical Substances in Products (1) The “management of chemical substances in products” refers to a system that keeps track of and manages throughout the supply chain chemical substances contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon. This term also means systems established by suppliers to keep track of and manage chemical substances in parts and materials delivered to them from their own suppliers. (2) Refer to the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products (Ver.2)” for the action items related to the management of chemical substances in products. The “Action Details” provide descriptions common to the entire supply chain, with consideration given to varying businesses. When taking action, each company is asked to interpret each item in more specific terms in accordance with the “Additional Explanations” and their own situation. (3) The unit for managing chemical substances in products is an “organization,” which refers to a company, business group, operational site, and the like. The entire organization should be careful not to overlook any of the action items. (4) To ensure information on chemical substances in products, all the suppliers in the supply chain must implement and operate the management of chemical substances in products. For this reason, when a Canon supplier (including a trading company) selects or continues dealings with supplier (X), they have to ask this supplier (X) to operate the management of chemical substances in products, and verify the operation (Requirement C and D). The verification of supplier (X) includes a process to examine how supplier (X) is verifying the management of chemical substances in products performed by supplier (Y), who is in the upstream of the supply chain.

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Verification of the status of supplier management by Canon supplier - Verification (i) of the management of chemical substances in products performed by Supplier (X) - How Supplier (X) is evaluating Supplier (Y), regarding the management of chemical substances in products, verification (ii)

(5) Suppliers who have already constructed and operated a system such as ISO14001 or ISO9001, are recommended to make full use of their existing management systems. (6) Regarding parts and materials that constitute a product to be certified with an environmental label, the standards of the environmental label may prohibit or restrict the use of certain chemical substances, in addition to the product environmental impact substances. There are also chemical substances whose use is prohibited or restricted according to requests from Canon OEM clients. For this reason, when a supplier indicates no inclusion of a chemical substance in reply to a parts and materials survey, the supplier shall continue not to use this substance. Suppliers who deliver such parts and materials to Canon may be instructed not to use concerned chemical substances by means of drawings, delivery specifications, etc. - Example of an environmental label that specifies substances: Blue Angel standards that business machine products are designed to comply with (Attachment 2 “2D Environmental label substances in plastic exterior enclosure members/cabinets for business machine products”)

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- Chemical substances to be managed in line with customer requirements: Parts used in LBP products (Attachment 2 “2E Prohibited substances in LBP parts (OEM specifications)”) 3. Notification to Canon (1) When an engineering change or a process change, etc. is to be made in the supply chain, notify Canon of the change in advance. (2) When either of the following occurs in the supply chain, Canon shall be notified immediately: - A public institution has ordered the person responsible for an operational site to take measures necessary for making improvement or imposed a penalty, regarding environment-related laws and regulations and other applicable legal requirements that are relevant to the operational site engaged in the development, production, and sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon. - Parts and materials delivered to Canon are found not to comply with “D: Requirements Related to Performance of Parts and Materials.”

9. Evaluation by Canon (1) Supplier Environmental Evaluation (1-1) Supplier environmental evaluation procedure The following are the steps taken for a supplier environmental evaluation regarding “A: Environmental management system for business activities,” “B: Performance of business activities,” and “C: Management of chemical substances in products” shown in Figure 1. (See “Figure 2 Supplier Environmental Evaluation Flow” on page 15.) (a) Canon asks each supplier to perform a “self-evaluation” before dealing start. Suppliers are requested to submit the evaluation results at least once in two years after the start of dealings. (b) The supplier is requested to self-evaluate their activities with respect to the “Requirements” and submit the results of the self-evaluation using the following formats. (1) Self-Evaluation Sheet (Format 1) (2) Questionnaire on Current Situation (Format 2) When suppliers have materials that include the same information as in the “Questionnaire on Current Situation”, etc., such materials may be attached to the “Questionnaire on Current Situation”. (3) “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products (Ver.2) Action Item List & Check Sheet (Canon version)” (Format 3) (4) Self-Declaration of Conformance Submit the self-declaration of conformance, if issued in accordance with the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products.” (5) Validation Materials In addition to the results of self-evaluation explained in (1) through (4), Canon may request suppliers to submit materials that will verify the construction and operation of an “environmental management system for business activities” and “system for management of chemical substances in products”. (c) Based on the results of self-evaluation submitted by suppliers, Canon evaluates whether the suppliers satisfy the requirements of “A: Environmental management system for business activities”, “B: Performance of business activities”, and “C: Management of chemical substances in products” shown in Figure 1 and makes a judgment. (d) The supplier will be notified of Canon's evaluation results. (e) Canon starts dealings with suppliers who satisfy the requirements stipulated in the Canon Green

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(1-2) Suppliers concerned with “self-evaluation” (a) Concerned companies Companies meeting either of the following conditions are concerned: (1) Supplier (Supplier who does business directly with Canon) If the supplier is a trading company and currently unable to perform purchasing management in accordance with these Standards, the supplier takes the responsibility for checking the status of supplier management by manufacturers or subcontractor sites/plants that produce parts and materials delivered to Canon, and Canon provides for cooperation in this check for the time being. (2) Companies operating throughout the supply chain - Suppliers manufacturing parts and materials (e.g., resin material, sheet steel, or general-purpose electrical part, etc.) specified by Canon - Specific companies designated by Canon to consign processing works, etc. (b) Concerned sites and plants All the sites and plants that design, develop, produce, or sell parts and materials delivered to Canon are concerned.

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Site C (Sells parts/materials delivered to Canon) Site D (Does not design, develop, produce, or sell parts/materials delivered to Canon)

Regarding the evaluation of “C: Management of chemical substances in products” in Figure 1, if the management of chemical substances in products does not complete within one site (plant), all the concerned sections outside the site (plant) are also subjected to the evaluation. Example: When a site (plant) has only manufacturing sections and headquarters sections (parent company) select raw materials to be designed and used, the headquarters sections (parent company) are also subject to the evaluation. When the same system for the management of chemical substances in products is developed and implemented, an evaluation may be performed for the entire group.

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(2) Parts and Materials Evaluation (2-1) Parts and materials evaluation procedures The followings are the procedures of evaluation to be performed on each part and material concerning “D: Performance of parts and materials” shown in Figure 1. (See “Figure 3 Parts and Materials Evaluation Flow” on page 18.) (a) Suppliers are asked to survey in advance information on product environmental impact substances in parts and materials delivered to Canon. (b) Canon requests each supplier to submit answers of parts and materials survey. (c) Suppliers are requested to submit answers of parts and materials survey using the formats (1) or (2). In addition, suppliers may be asked to submit the documents of (1) and (2) else if necessary. (1) “JGP File” As a rule, Canon will request surveys on all purchased parts and materials, using the format specified by JGPSSI. Suppliers are recommended to use survey tools (software) provided by JGPSSI for data entry. For the operating manual, refer to the JGPSSI website (http://www.jgpssi.jp/). (2) “Canon's Additional Survey Form” This survey form will be used to find information required in the following cases, separately from the product environmental impact substances specified in the JGP File. Canon will request surveys as needed. - Product environmental impact substances specified in these Standards but not in the JGP File - When material information, chemical substance information, etc. related to eco-label certification is necessary Examples of required information: environmental label substances in resin covers and casing of business machine products certified by Eco Mark or Blue Angel - When surveys are necessary to comply with environmental laws and regulations for substances in packaging materials, batteries, and other specific applications. - When a need arises to obtain environmental information judged necessary according to social trends and changes in laws and regulations - When measures must be taken to respond to customer requests, etc. For the detailed method of reply, refer to the “Canon Survey Form Entry Manual” (in Japanese, English, and Chinese) issued separately by Canon. As of July 2011, Canon conducts parts and materials surveys of packaging using forms (1) and (2). The survey method will be reviewed in the future. For the time being, suppliers are asked to duly respond to parts and materials surveys using forms (1) and (2). (d) Canon will make a judgment based on the answered parts and materials survey and only purchase parts and materials that satisfy the requirements. (e) When an engineering change or a process change, etc. is to be made, notify Canon of the change in advance. When such a change is likely to alter answers of parts and materials survey, Canon will re-examine the contained chemical substances and re-evaluate product performance.

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Implementation item

Supplier

Understanding of Green Procurement Standards

Confirm

Activities to investigate product environmental impact substances

C : Environmental management system for parts and materials

Canon - Green procurement standards - Manual on Surveys of Chemical Substances Contained in Parts & Materials

Operation D : Performance of parts and materials

Tracking and recording of information on product environmental impact substances contained in parts and materials delivered to Canon

Submission of the results

- No prohibited substances are contained. - No use-restricted substances are contained after a specified period.

(1) JGP File (2) Canon‘s Additional Survey Form

Request submission of information on product environmental impact substances

Submit

Judgment on conformance with requirements

Carry out substitution

Consideration of substitution

Consider substitution

OK

Rejected

Accepted

Request substitution

Figure 3 Parts and Materials Evaluation Flow

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10. Handling of Information Information provided by suppliers for the purpose of the management of chemical substances in products will be shared only within the Canon group. Canon may use information provided by suppliers on the product environmental impact substances in delivered parts and materials, and disclose this information, excluding personal information, as part of Canon-product-related information to third parties, for the purpose of communicating information in the supply chain and disclosing information to customers, etc. Suppliers who find inconvenience in the information disclosure are asked to contact Canon. 11. Acknowledgement of revisions The following changes have been made to the handling of the “Canon Green Procurement Standards—Acknowledgement of Revision*” which Canon requested suppliers to submit each times the Standards were revised. When revisions (1) and/or (2) are made, suppliers having direct dealings with Canon will be asked to submit the “Canon Green Procurement Standards—Acknowledgement of Revision*”. When revisions (3), (4), and/or (5) are made, suppliers need not submit the “Canon Green Procurement Standards—Acknowledgement of Revision*” but must comply with the Standards including all revisions. (1) Revisions of the requirements (2) Revisions pertaining to “1A Prohibited substances,” “2A Prohibited substances,” “2B Use-restricted substances” (prohibition to be placed within one year), “3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials”, “3B Use-restricted substances in packaging materials” (within one year prior to the date of prohibition). (3) Revisions pertaining to “1B Substances targeted for reduced levels of use”, “1C Controlled substances”, “2B Use-restricted substances” (prohibition to be placed one year or more later), “2C Controlled substances,” “3C Controlled substances in packaging materials” (4) Revision of supplements for the requirements (5) Corrections of typos * Suppliers are asked to submit this document to acknowledge reception of (and compliance with) the revised Standards when revisions are made. 12. Starting Date for Application The Canon Green Procurement Standards shall start to be applied from October 1, 2011.

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History of Revisions No. Ver.1.0 Ver.2.0 Ver.2.1 Ver.3.0 Ver.3.1

Date Sep. 1997 Apr. 2002 Jun. 2002 Aug. 2003 Sep. 2005

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Oct. 2008

Revision Established Overall revision Correction of errors Overall revision - Changes related to the chemical substance lists “Environmental impact substances contained in parts and materials” are renamed as “product environmental impact substances.” Similarly, “environmental impact substances used in development, production and sales” are renamed as “production environmental impact substances.” The List of Product Environmental Impact Substances is altered. “Environmental label substances used in plastic enclosure members/cabinets for business machine products” and “additional controlled substances in packaging materials” are added to the List of Product Environmental Impact Substances. - Changes related to operation The “Excellent green suppliers” system and “Guidelines” have been abolished. Formats of Appendix 1 “Self-Evaluation Sheet” and Appendix 2 “Questionnaire on Current Situation” are changed. - Others The entire standards are reconfigured to make the contents easy to read. The requirements are defined clearly, with explanations added. The revision number is printed in the document header along with modifications made to the document structure. Supplementary materials (examples of the management of product environmental impact substances) are attached. - Changes in “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” - The latest official journal for RoHS directives has been reflected. (Addition of exempted items, etc.) - Prohibited substances for packaging materials of Canon products have been added. (Packaging materials for parts delivery were exempted.) - Changes in the requirements related to the environmental management system for parts and materials The “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products” formulated in September 2005 by the Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative (JGPSSI) have been adopted as the requirements for the “environmental management system for parts and materials.” - The wording of the requirements for the “environmental management system for business activities” has been changed partly. (The contents of the requirements remain unchanged.) - Addition of prohibited substances related to packaging materials - Correction of errors in writing (Page27) - Revision to Attachment 1 “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” We updated our list of prohibited substances to remain in alignment with the latest regulations in this area. - Revision to Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” Addition of 2A Prohibited substances Addition of 2B Use-restricted substances We revised exempted items and the scope of prohibited substances. - Correction of errors in writing - Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” Exempted items added to “3A: Prohibited substances in package materials.” Exempted items added to “3B: Use-restricted substances in packaging materials.” Description added to “3. Impurities” in Definitions of Terms. - Correction of errors in writing

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Sep. 2010

- Integration of the “Parts and Materials” Edition and the “Accessory Materials for Sales Activities” Edition - The requirements for the management of chemical substances in products have been changed to those specified in the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products (Ver.2).” - No inclusion of chemical substances related to environmental information has been added as a requirement for the performance of parts and materials. - Addition of a description about information disclosure to third parties - Revision to Attachment 1 “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” Addition to 1A Prohibited substances Addition to and deletion from 1C Controlled substances - Revision to Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” Addition to 2A Prohibited substances The former “3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials” have been included the scope of “2A Prohibited substances,” “3B Use-restricted substances in packaging materials” in the scope of “2B Use-restricted substances,” and “3C Controlled substances in packaging materials” in the scope of “2C Controlled substances.” Regarding packaging, “3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials” have been added as substances to be prohibited in addition to “2A Prohibited substances.” 2A-1 Expiration of the Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives Addition to and deletion from 2C Controlled substances Addition of “2E Prohibited substances in LBP parts (OEM specifications)” - Addition of Format 3 “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products (Ver.2), Action Item List & Check Sheet” - Others Addition of explanations about the requirements Correction of the Self-Evaluation Sheet Wording changes - Correction of errors in writing 2-(2'-Hydroxy-3',5'-di-tert-butylphenyl)-5-benzotriazole have been corrected as 2-(2'-Hydroxy-3',5'-di-tert-butylphenyl)benzotriazole on Page 23-34 and Page 44-18. Revised the range in application of 2C Controlled substances to controlled from prohibited. - Specification of the construction and operation of environmental management systems for business activities throughout the supply chain - Change made to the entity subject to self-evaluation when the supplier is a trading company - Revision to Attachment 1 “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” Addition to 1A Prohibited substances - Revision to Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” (in line with the revision of JIG-101 Ed3.1) Review on the applicable range Changes made to the intentional use of 2A Prohibited substances to obtain consistency with JIG Review of 2A-1 “Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives” Addition to 2B Use-restricted substances Addition to 2C Controlled substances - Formats 1, 2, and 3 have been separated from these Standards. - Wording changes

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- Changes made in line with the issue of JIG-201: The Scope has been divided into “Products” and “Packaging”. Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” has been divided into two parts - “Products” and “Packaging”. - Addition of explanations about “production environmental impact substances” and “product environmental impact substances” - Addition of “Acknowledgement of revisions” - Definitions of Terms, previously in Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances,” moved to the Standards. - Revision to Attachment 2 “List of Product Environmental Impact Substances” [Products] Addition to 2A Prohibited substances Addition to 2C Controlled substances [Packaging] Addition to and deletion from 3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials Addition to and deletion from 3C Controlled substances in packaging materials

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Documentation, survey sheets and other materials related to green procurement is available for download from the following address: English (English and Chinese) http://www.canon.com/procurement/green.html Japanese (English, Japanese and Chinese) http://web.canon.jp/procurement/green.html

Inquiries: Operational site of Canon

Canon Green Procurement Standards Version 8.0 Global Procurement Headquarters, Canon Inc., Published: July 2011 © CANON INC.2011 All rights reserved

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List of Production Environmental Impact Substances

This Attachment 1 makes a list of management criteria for the production environmental impact substances specified in the Canon Green Procurement Standards. The management criteria specified in the “List of Production Environmental Impact Substances” should be satisfied in the process of development, production, and sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon.

1A 1B 1C

Prohibited Substances……………………………………………… Substances Targeted for Reduced Levels of Use…………… Controlled Substances………………………………………………

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1A Prohibited Substances (Chemical substances prohibited to be used in the process of development, production, or sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon.) 1A-1 Specific Substances and Designated Substances Stipulated in the Ozone Layer Protection Law No. CAS.No. Substance 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

56-23-5 71-55-6 74-97-5 74-83-9

CFC Halon Carbon tetrachloride 1,1,1-Trichloroethane HCFC HBFC Bromochloromethane Methyl bromide

1A-2 Prohibited Substances for Preventing Soil Contamination (Canon Standards) No. CAS.No. Substance (3) 9 10 11 12 13 14 (4) 15 16 17

56-23-5 107-06-2 75-35-4 156-59-2 542-75-6 75-09-2 127-18-4 71-55-6 79-00-5 79-01-6 71-43-2

Carbon tetrachloride 1,2-Dichloroethane Vynilidene (di)chloride Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene 1,3-dichloropropene Dichloromethane Tetrachloroethylene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1,1,2-Trichloroethane Trichloroethylene Benzene

1A-3 Specific Dusts of the Air Pollution Control Law No. CAS.No. Substance 18

-

Asbestos

1A-4 Class 1 Specific Chemical Substances of Law Concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc. of Chemical Substances No. CAS.No. Substance 19

-

20

-

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

118-74-1 309-00-2 60-57-1 72-20-8 50-29-3 56-35-9

28

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29 30 31 32 33 34

732-26-3 8001-35-2 2385-85-5 115-32-2 87-68-3 3846-71-7

35

-

36

307-35-7

PCB Polychlorinated naphthalene (3 or more chlorine atoms) Hexachlorobenzene Aldrin Dieldrin Endrin DDT Chlordane Bis(tributyltin) oxide N,N'-ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine, N-tolyl-N'-xylyl-p-phenylenediamine, N,N'-dixylyl-p-phenylenediamine 2,4,6-Tri-tert-butylphenol Toxaphene Mirex Dicofol Hexachlorobuta-1,3-diene 2-(2'-Hydroxy-3',5'-di-tert-butylphenyl)benzotriazole Perfluoro(octane-1-sulfonic acid) a) (PFOS) Perfluorooctane-1-sulfonyl fluoride (PFOSF)

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1A Prohibited Substances (continued) 1A-4 Class 1 Specific Chemical Substances of Law Concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc. of Chemical Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. Substance 37 38

608-93-5 319-84-6

Pentachlorobenzene (1alpha,2alpha,3beta,4alpha,5beta,6beta)-1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorocyclohexane (1alpha,2beta,3alpha,4beta,5alpha,6beta)-1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorocyclohexane 39 319-85-7 (Beta-HCH) 40 58-89-9 Lindane Chlordecone 41 143-50-0 (Kepone) 42 Hexabromobiphenyl 43 Diphenyl ether, tetrabromo derivative 44 Benzene, 1,1'-oxybis-, pentabromo deriv 45 Diphenyl ether, hexabromo derivative 46 Diphenyl ether, heptabromo derivative Note a) Perfluoro(octane-1-sulfonic acid) (PFOS) or its salt may be used for the following applications: - Manufacture of etching agents (limited to those used in the manufacture of compound semiconductors that enable piezoelectric filters or radio devices to transmit/receive a frequency of 3 MHz or above) - Manufacture of resist for semiconductors - Manufacture of industrial-use photo films

1A-5 Substances Prohibited from being Manufactured No. CAS.No. Substance 47 48 49 (18) 50 51 52

-

53

-

Tetraphosphorus Benzidine and its salts 4-Aminobiphenyl and its salts Asbestos 4-Nitrobiphenyl and its salts Bis(chloromethyl) ether β-Naphthylamine and its salts Rubber cement containing benzene (benzene:>5v/v%)

1B Substances Targeted for Reduced Levels of Use (Chemical substances targeted for reduced levels of use in the process of development, production, or sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon.) No relevant substances (No substances are designated as of July 2011, but substances may be designated according to social trends in future.) No. CAS.No. Substance -

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1C Controlled Substances (Chemical substances requiring tracking of their absence/presence and quantities of use in the process of development, production, or sales of parts and materials delivered to Canon.) 1C-1 PRTR Class 1 Chemical Substances (of Japan) No. CAS.No. Substance 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73

79-06-1 140-88-5 2439-35-2 818-61-1 141-32-2 96-33-3 107-13-1 107-02-8 26628-22-8 75-07-0 75-05-8 75-86-5 83-32-9 78-67-1 90-04-0 62-53-3 82-45-1 141-43-5

74

1698-60-8

75

120068-37-3

76 77

123-30-8 591-27-5

78

21087-64-9

79

107-11-9

80

41394-05-2

81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

107-18-6 106-92-3 120-12-7 4098-71-9 78-84-2 78-79-5

89

80-05-7

90

4162-45-2

91

22224-92-6

92

149877-41-8

93

66332-96-5

94

96-45-7

95

13516-27-3

96

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Zinc compounds (water soluble) Acrylamide ethyl acrylate Acrylic acid and its water-soluble salts 2-(Dimethylamino) ethyl acrylate 2-hydroxyethyl acrylate n-butyl acrylate Methyl acrylate Acrylonitrile Acrolein sodium azide Acetaldehyde Acetonitrile acetone cyanohydrin acenaphthene 2,2'-Azobisisobutyronitrile o-anisidine aniline 1-amino-9,10-anthraquinone 2-aminoethanol 5-amino-4-chloro-2-phenylpyridazin-3(2H)-one (chloridazon) 5-amino-1-[2,6-dichloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-3-cyano-4-[(trifluoromethyl) sulfinyl]pyrazole p-aminophenol m-aminophenol 4-amino-6-tert-butyl-3-methylthio-1,2,4-triazin-5(4H)-one (metribuzin) 3-amino-1-propene 4-amino-3-methyl-6-phenyl-1,2,4-triazin-5(4H)-one (metamitron) Allyl alcohol 1-allyloxy-2,3-epoxypropane n-alkylbenzenesulfonic acid and its salts (alkyl C=10-14) Antimony and its compounds Anthracene 3-Isocyanatomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexyl isocyanate isobutyraldehyde Isoprene 4,4'-isopropyidenediphenol (Bisphenol A) 2,2'-{Isopropylidenebis[(2,6-dibromo-4,1-phenylene)oxy]}diethanol O-ethyl-O-(3-methyl-4-methylthiophenyl) N-isopropylaminophosphonate (fenamiphos) isopropyl 2-(4-methoxybiphenyl-3-yl)hydrazinoformate (bifenazate) 3'-isopropoxy-2-trifluoromethylbenzanilide (flutolanil) 2-imidazolidinethione 1,1'-[iminodi(octamethylene)]diguanidine (Iminoctadine) indium and its compounds

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 97 98

75-08-1 76578-14-8

99

36335-67-8

100

2104-64-5

101 102 103

40487-42-1 2212-67-1 149-57-5

104

83130-01-2

105

100-41-4

106

98886-44-3

107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115

151-56-4 75-21-8 110-80-5 109-86-4 107-15-3 60-00-4 12427-38-2 8018-01-7 85-00-7

116

80844-07-1

117 118 119 120 121

106-89-8 106-88-7 556-52-5 75-56-9 122-60-1

122

155569-91-8

123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142

7705-08-0 85535-84-8 111-87-5 1806-26-4 105-60-2 156-62-7 105-67-9 576-26-1 1330-20-7 91-22-5 98-82-8 107-22-2 111-30-8 1319-77-3 1912-24-9

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21725-46-2

Substance Ethanethiol Ethyl 2-[4-(6-chloro-2-quinoxanyloxy)phenoxy]propionate O- ethylO-(6-nitro-m-tolyl)sec-butylphosphoramidothioate (Butamifos) O- ethylO-4-nitrophenylphosphonothioate (EPN) Pendimethalin Molinate 2-ethylhexanoic acid Ethyl (Z)-3-[N-benzyl-N-[[methyl(1-methylthioethylideneaminooxycarbonyl) amino]thio]amino]propionate (alanycarb) Ethylbenzene O-ethyl S-1-methylpropyl (2-oxo-3-thiazolidinyl)phosphonothioate (fosthiazate) ethyleneimine Ethylene oxide Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether Ethylenediamine Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid Maneb mancozeb 1,1'-ethylene-2,2'-bipyridinium dibromide 2-(4-ethoxyphenyl)-2-methylpropyl 3-phenoxybenzyl ether (etofenprox) Epichlorohydrin 1,2-epoxybutane 2,3-Epoxy-1-propanol Propylene oxide 2,3-Epoxypropyl phenyl ether emamectin benzoate (mixture of emamectinB1a benzoate and emamectinB1b benzoate) ferric chloride chlorinated paraffin (C=10-13) 1-Octanol p-Octylphenol Cadmium and its compounds ε-Caprolactam calcium cyanamide 2,4-xylenol 2,6-Xylenol Xylene quinoline Silver and its compounds (water soluble) cumene Glyoxal Glutaraldehyde Cresol Chromium and chromium (III) compounds Chromium(VI) compounds Chloroaniline Atrazine 2-(4-chloro-6-ethylamino-1,3,5-triazin-2-yl)amino-2-methylpropiononitrile (cyanazine)

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 144

129558-76-5

145 146

51218-45-2 75-01-4

147

79622-59-6

148

119446-68-3

149 150 151 152 153 154

611-19-8 79-11-8 105-39-5 51218-49-6 15972-60-8 97-00-7

155

7085-19-0

156 157 158 159 160

95-49-8 106-43-4 121-87-9 88-73-3 122-34-9

161

133220-30-1

162

158237-07-1

163

78587-05-0

164

107534-96-3

165

88671-89-0

166

114369-43-6

167 168 169 170

95-57-8 106-48-9 598-78-7 107-05-1

171

99485-76-4

172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183

108-90-7 67-66-3 74-87-3 59-50-7 94-74-6 563-47-3 111-15-9 108-05-4 110-49-6 90-02-8 420-04-2

184

139920-32-4

Substance 4-chloro-3-ethyl-1-methyl-N-[4-(p-tolyloxy)benzyl]pyrazole-5-carboxamide (tolfenpyrad) 2-Chloro-2'-ethyl-N-(2-methoxy-1-methylethyl)-6'-methylacetanilide Vinyl chloride [monomer only] 3-Chloro-N-(3-chloro-5-trifluoromrthyl-2-pyridyl)-α,α,α-trifluoro-2,6-dinitrop-toluidine 1-[[2-[2-Chloro(4-chlorophenoxy)phenyl]-4-methyl-1,3-dioxolan-2-yl]methyl]-1H-1,2,4triazol 1-chloro-2-(chloromethyl)benzene Chloroacetic acid ethyl chloroacetate Pretilachlor Alachlor 1-Chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene (RS)-2-(4-chloro-o-tolyloxy)propionic acid (mecoprop) o-Chlorotoluene p-chlorotoluene 2-chloro-4-nitroaniline 2-chloronitrobenzene Simazine (RS)-2-[2-(3-chlorophenyl)-2,3-epoxypropyl]-2-ethylindane-1,3-dione (indanofan) 4-(2-chlorophenyl)-N-cyclohexyl-N-ethyl-4,5-dihydro-5-oxo-1H-tetrazole1-carboxamide (fentrazamide) (4RS,5RS)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-N-cyclohexyl-4-methyl-2-oxo-1,3-thiazolidine3-carboxamide (hexythiazox) (RS)- 1-p-chlorophenyl-4,4-dimethyl-3--(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-ylmethyl)pentan-3-ol (tebuconazole) 2-(4-chlorophenyl)-2-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-ylmethyl)hexanenitrile (myclobutanil) (RS)-4-(4-chlorophenyl)-2-phenyl-2-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-ylmethyl)butyronitrile (fenbuconazole) o-chlorophenol p-chlorophenol 2-chloropropionic acid Allyl chloride 1-(2-chlorobenzyl)-3-(1-methyl-1-phenylethyl)urea (cumyluron) Chlorobenzene Chloroform Methyl chloride 4-chloro-3-methylphenol (4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy) acetic acid 3-chloro-2-methyl-1-propene Cobalt and its compounds Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate Vinyl acetate Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate Salicylaldehyde cyanamide (RS)-2-cyano-N-[(R)-1-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)ethyl]-3,3-dimethylbutyramide (diclocymet)

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 185

66841-25-6

186

39515-41-8

187

57966-95-7

188 189 190 191

615-05-4 101-80-4 100-37-8

192

29232-93-7

193

28249-77-6

194

125306-83-4

195 196

123-91-1 646-06-0

197

15263-53-3

198

7696-12-0

199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206

108-91-8 17796-82-6 101-14-4 23950-58-5 95-73-8 99-54-7 89-61-2

207

36734-19-7

208

330-54-1

209

112281-77-3

210

60207-90-1

211

153197-14-9

212

50471-44-8

213 214 215 216 217 218

330-55-2 94-75-7 78-87-5 91-94-1 71561-11-0

Substance (S)-alpha-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl (1R,3S)-2,2-dimethyl-3-(1,2,2,2-tetrabromoethyl)cyclopropanecarboxylate (tralomethrin) (RS)-alpha-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl 2,2,3,3-tetramethylcyclopropanecarboxylate (fenpropathrin) trans-1-(2-cyano-2-methoxyiminoacetyl)-3-ethylurea (cymoxanil) 2,4-diaminoanisole 4,4'-diaminodiphenyl ether Inorganic cyanogen compounds(except complrex salts and cyanate) 2-(Diethylamino) ethanol O-2-diethylamino-6-methylpyrimidin-4-yl O,O-dimethyl phosphorothioate (pirimiphos-methyl) S-4-chlorobenzylN,N-diethylthiocarbamate (Thiobencarb) N, N-Diethyl-3-(2,4,6-trimethylphenylsulfonyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-carboxamide (cafenstrole) 1,4-Dioxane 1,3-dioxolane 1,3-dicarbamoylthio-2-(N,N-dimethylamino)-propane (cartap) cyclohex-1-ene-1,2-dicarboximidomethyl (1RS)-cis-trans-2,2-dimethyl-3-(2-methylprop-1-enyl)cyclopropanecarboxylate (tetramethrin) Cyclohexylamine N-(cyclohexylthio)phthalimide Dichloroaniline 3,3'-dichloro-4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane Propyzamide 2,4-dichlorotoluene 1,2-dichloro-4-nitrobenzene 1,4-Dichloro-2-nitrobenzene 3-(3,5-dichlorophenyl)-N-isopropyl-2,4-dioxoimidazolidine-1-carboxamide (iprodione) 3-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurea (RS)-2-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-3-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl)propyl 1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethyl ether (tetraconazole) mixture of (2RS,4RS)-1-[2-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-4-propyl-1,3-dioxolan-2-ylmethyl]1H-1,2,4-triazole and (2RS,4SR)-1-[2-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)- 4-propyl-1,3-dioxolan-2-ylmethyl]1H-1,2,4-triazole (propiconazole) 3-[1-(3,5-dichlorophenyl)-1-methylethyl]-3,4-dihydro-6-methyl-5-phenyl2H-1,3-oxazin-4-one (oxaziclomefone) (RS)-3-(3,5-dichlorophenyl)-5-methyl-5-vinyl-1,3-oxazolidine-2,4-dione (vinclozolin) 3-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-1-methoxy-1-methylurea 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 1,2-Dichloropropane 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine Dichlorobenzene 2-[4-(2,4-Dichlorobenzoyl)-1,3-dimethyl-5-pyrazolyloxy] acetophenone

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227

1194-65-6 58011-68-0 3347-22-6 101-83-7 4979-32-2 77-73-6 50512-35-1 17109-49-8 298-04-4

228

2310-17-0

229

34643-46-4

230

950-37-8

231 232

121-75-5 60-51-5

233

16090-02-1

234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244

25321-14-6 51-28-5 1321-74-0 122-39-4 101-84-8 102-06-7 55285-14-8 128-37-0 96-76-4 124-48-1 10222-01-2

245

30560-19-1

246 247 248 249

127-19-5 95-68-1 87-62-7 121-69-7

250

31895-21-3

251 252 253

124-40-3 624-92-0 -

254

82560-54-1

255

62850-32-2

256 257 258 259 260 261

112-18-5 1643-20-5 52-68-6 57-14-7 1910-42-5 91-97-4

262

23564-05-8

263

793-24-8

Substance 4-(2,4-Dichlorobenzoyl)-1,3-dimethyl-5-pyrazolyl 4-toluenesulfonate 2,6-Dichlorobenzonitrile 2,3-Dicyano-1,4-dithiaanthraquinone N,N-dicyclohexylamine N,N-dicyclohexyl-2-benzothiazolesulfenamide dicyclopentadiene Isoprothiolane O-ethyl S,S-dyphenyl phosphorodithioate O,O-diethyl-S-2-(ethylthio)ethyl phosphorodithioate O,O-diethyl-S-(6-chloro-2,3-dihydro-2-oxobenzenzoxazolinyl)methyl (phosphorodithioate) O-2,4-Dichlorophenyl-O-ethyl-S-propyl dithiophosphate S-(2,3-dihydro-5-methoxy-2-oxo-1,3,4- thiadiazolin-3-yl)methyl O,O-dimethylphosphorodithioate Malathon Dimethoate disodium2,2'-vinylenebis[5-(4-morpholino-6-anilino-1,3,5-triazin-2-ylamino) benzenesulfonate] (C.I. Fluorescent 260) Dinitrotoluene 2,4-Dinitrophenol divinylbenzene Diphenylamine diphenyl ether 1,3-diphenylguanidine Carbosulfan 2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-cresol 2,4-di-tert-butylphenol dibromochloromethane 2,2-dibromo-2-cyanoacetamide (RS)-O,S-dimethyl acetylphosphoramidothioate (acephate) N,N-dimethylacetamide 2,4-dimethylaniline 2,6-Dimethylaniline N,N-dimethylaniline 5-dimethylamino-1,2,3-trithiane (thiocyclam) dimethylamine dimethyl disulfide water-soluble salts of dimethyldithiocarbamic acid 2,2-dimethyl-2,3-dihydro-1-benzofuran-7-yl N-[N-(2-ethoxycarbonylethyl)-N-isopropylsulfenamoyl]-N-methylcarbamate (benfuracarb) S-4-Phenoxybutyl N,N-dimethylthiocarbamate (phenothiocarb) N,N-dimethyldodecylamine N,N-Dimethyldodecylamine-N-oxide dimethyl 2,2,2-trichloro-1- hydroxyethyl phosphonate 1,1-dimethylhydrazine 1,1'-Dimethyl-4,4'-dipyridinium dichloride 3,3'-dimethylbiphenyl-4,4'-diyl diisocyanate dimethyl 4,4'-(o-phenylene)bis(3-thioallophanate) (thiophanate-methyl) N-(1,3-dimethylbutyl)-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenediamine

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 264 265

119-93-7 68-12-2

266

2597-03-7

267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276

7726-95-6 3861-47-0 61788-32-7 100-42-5 4016-24-4 -

277

533-74-4

278 279 281 282 283 284

62-56-6 108-98-5 77458-01-6 (89784-60-1) 333-41-5 2921-88-2 18854-01-8 122-14-5

285

55-38-9

286

41198-08-7

287 288 289

26087-47-8 1163-19-5 334-48-5

290

112-30-1

291

100-97-0

292

97-77-8

293

1897-45-6

294

27355-22-2

295 296

118-75-2 11070-44-3

297

79538-32-2

298

59669-26-0

299

137-26-8

300

505-32-8

301 302 303

100-21-0 120-61-6 -

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Substance o-Tolidine N,N-dimethylformamide ethyl 2-[(dimethoxyphosphinothioyl)thio]-2-phenylacetate (phenthoate;PAP) bromine water-soluble salts of bromic acid 3,5-Diiodo-4-octanoyloxybenzonitrile Mercury and its compounds hydrogenated terphenyl Organic tin compounds Styrene [monomer only] sodium salt of 2-sulfohexadecanoic acid 1-methyl ester Selenium and its compounds dioxins 2-Thio-3,5-dimethyltetrahydro-1,3,5-thiadiazine (dazomet) Thiourea Thiophenol Pyraclofos (including both optical isomers) Diazinon Chlorpyrifos Isoxathone Fenitrothion O,O-dimethylO -3-methyl-4-(methylthio)phenyl phosphorothioate (fenthion;MPP) O-4-Bromo-2-chlorophenyl-O-ethyl-S-propylphosphorothioate (profenofos) Iprobenphos Decabromodiphenyl ether decanoic acid decyl alcohol (decanol) 1,3,5,7-Tetrazatricyclo[3.3.1.13,7]decane tetraethylthiuram disulfide (disulfiram) Chlorothalonil 4,5,6,7-tetrachloroisobenzofuran-1(3H)-one (phthalide) 2,3,5,6-tetrachloro-p-benzoquinone Tetrahydromethylphthalic anhydride 2,3,5,6-tetrafluoro-4-methylbenzyl (Z)-3-(2-chloro-3,3,3-trifluoro-1-propenyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate (tefluthrin) 3,7,9,13-tetramethyl-5,11-dioxa-2,8,14-trithia-4,7,9,12-tetraazapentadeca3,12-diene-6,10-dione (thiodicarb) Tetramethylthiuram disulfide (thiram) 3,7,11,15-tetramethylhexadec-1-en-3-ol (isophytol) Terephthalic acid dimethyl terephthalate copper salts (water-soluble, except complex salts)

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 304

112-53-8

305 306

25103-58-6 151-21-3

307

112-57-2

308 309 310 311

121-44-8 112-24-3 76-03-9 108-77-0

312

76-06-2

313

55335-06-3

314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344

88-06-2 96-18-4 2451-62-9 102-82-9 1582-09-8 118-79-6 3452-97-9 95-63-6 108-67-8 26471-62-5 108-88-3 25376-45-8 91-20-3 3173-72-6 7439-92-1 13048-33-4 7699-43-6 7440-02-0 139-13-9 91-23-6 88-74-4 55-63-0 100-00-5 88-72-2 98-95-3 75-52-5 75-15-0

345

143-08-8

346 347

25154-52-3 -

348

3618-72-2

349 350 351

1014-70-6 101-90-6 10380-28-6

Substance 1-dodecanol (n-dodecyl alcohol) tert-dodecanethiol sodium dodecyl sulfate 3,6,9-triazaundecane-1,11-diamine (tetraethylenepentamine) triethylamine triethylenetetramine trichloroacetic acid 2,4,6-trichloro-1,3,5-triazine Trichloronitromethane (chloropicrin) (3,5,6-Trichloro-2-pyridyl)oxyacetic acid (triclopyr) 2,4,6-trichlorophenol 1,2,3-trichloropropane trichlorobenzene 1,3,5-Tris(2,3-epoxypropyl)-1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-trione tributylamine Trifluralin 2,4,6-Tribromophenol 3,5,5-Trimethyl-1-hexanol 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Tolylene diisocyanate Toluidine Toluene toluenediamine naphthalene 1,5-naphthalenediyl diisocyanate Lead lead compounds hexamethylene diacrylate zirconium dichloride oxide Nickel Nickel compounds Nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) o-nitroanisole o-nitroaniline Nitroglycerine p-nitrochlorobenzene o-nitrotoluene Nitrobenzenes nitromethane Carbon disulfide 1-nonanol (n-nonyl alcohol) Nonylphenol vanadium compounds 5'-[N,N-bis(2-acetyloxyethyl)amino]-2'-(2-bromo-4,6-dinitrophenylazo)4'-methoxyacetanilide Simetryn 1,3-bis[(2,3-epoxypropyl)oxy]benzene Oxine copper

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 352 353 354 355 356

74115-24-5 782-74-1 137-30-4 64440-88-6 80-43-3

357

95465-99-9

358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382

302-01-2 99-76-3 103-90-2 123-31-9 100-40-3 100-69-6 88-12-0 92-52-4 110-85-0 110-86-1 120-80-9 96-09-3 100-63-0 90-43-7 941-69-5 108-95-2 52645-53-1 106-99-0 131-17-9 84-66-2 84-74-2 117-81-7 85-68-7

383

69327-76-0

384

112410-23-8

385 386

2426-08-6 17804-35-2

387

122008-85-9

388

80060-09-9

389

19666-30-9

390

134098-61-6

391

25013-16-5

392 393 394

75-91-2 89-72-5 98-54-4

395

2312-35-8

396 397

96489-71-3 119168-77-3

Substance 3,6-Bis(2-chlorophenyl)-1,2,4,5-tetrazine 1,2-bis(2-chlorophenyl)hydrazine Ziram N,N-Ethylenebis(thiocarbamoylthiozinc) bis(N,N-dimethyldithiocarbamate) bis(1-methyl-1-phenylethyl) peroxide S,S-bis(1-methylpropyl) O-ethyl phosphorodithioate (cadusafos) Arsenic and its inorganic compounds Hydrazine methyl 4-hydroxybenzoate N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)acetamide Hydroquinone 4-Vinyl-1-cyclohexene 2-Vinylpyridine N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone biphenyl Piperazine Pyridine Pyrocatechol phenyloxirane phenylhydrazine 2-phenylphenol N-phenylmaleimide Phenylenediamine Phenol Permethrin 1,3-butadiene diallyl phthalate diethyl phthalate Di-n-butyl phthalate Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate n-butyl benzyl phthalate 2-tert-Butylimino-3-isopropyl-5-phenyltetrahydro-4H-1,3,5-thiadiazin-4-one (buprofezin) N-tert-Butyl-N'-(4-ethylbenzoyl)-3,5-dimethylbenzohydrazide (tebufenozide) n-butyl-2,3-epoxypropyl ether Benomyl Butyl (R)-2-[4-(4-cyano-2-fluorophenoxy)phenoxy]propionate (cyhalofop-butyl) 1-tert-Butyl-3-(2,6-diisopropyl-4-phenoxyphenyl)thiourea (diafenthiuron) 5-tert-butyl-3-(2,4-dichloro-5-isopropoxyphenyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazol-2(3H)-one (oxadiazon) Tert-butyl 4-([[1,3-dimethyl-5-phenoxy-4-pyrazolyl)methylene]aminoxymethyl)benzoate Butylhydroxyanisole (BHA) tert-butyl hydroperoxide o-sec-butylphenol 4-tert-butylphenol 2-(4-tert-Butylphenoxy) cyclohexyl2-propynyl sulfite (propargite;BPPS) 2-tert-butyl-5-(4-tert-butylbenzylthio)-4-chloro-3(2H)-pyridazinone Tebufenpyrad

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 398 399 400 401

95-31-8 88-60-8 4170-30-3

402

23184-66-9

403 404 405 406

110-00-9 12071-83-9 107-19-7 75-27-4

407

314-40-9

408 409 410

106-94-5 75-26-3 13356-08-6

411

115-29-7

412 413 414 415 416 417 418

112-02-7 124-09-4 822-06-0 110-54-3 135-19-3 -

419

1763-23-1

420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447

98-07-7 100-44-7 100-52-7 552-30-7 73250-68-7 119-61-9 87-86-5 9036-19-5 9004-82-4 9016-45-9 50-00-0 85-44-9 108-31-6 79-41-4 688-84-6 106-91-2 2867-47-2 97-88-1 80-62-6 674-82-8 89269-64-7 74-89-5 556-61-6 2631-40-5 1563-66-2

Substance N-(tert-Butyl)-2-benzothiazolesulfenamide 2-tert-butyl-5-methylphenol Hydrogen fluoride and its salts (water-soluble) 2-butenal N-butoxymethyl-2-chloro-2',6'-diethylacetanilide (butachlor) furan Polymer of N,N'-propylenebis (dithiocarbamate) and zinc 2-propyn-1-ol Bromodichloromethane 5-bromo-3-sec-butyl-6-methyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydropyrimidine-2,4-dione (bromacil) 1-bromopropane 2-Bromopropane Fenbutatin oxide 6,7,8,9,10,10-hexachloro-1,5,5a,6,9,9a-hexahydro-6,9-methano2,4,3-benzodioxathiepine 3-oxide hexadecyltrimethylammonium chloride Hexamethylenediamine Hexamethylene diisocyanate n-hexane betanaphthol Beryllium and its compounds water-soluble salts of peroxodisulfuric acid perfluoro(octane-1-sulfonic acid) (PFOS) Benzylidyne trichloride Benzyl chloride Benzaldehyde 1,2,4-Benzenetricarboxylic acid1,2-anhydride 2-(2-Benzothiazolyloxy)-N-methylacetanilide benzophenone Pentachlorophenol Boron compounds Poly(oxyethylene) alkyl ether (C=12-15) Poly(oxyethylene) octylphenyl ether sodium poly(oxyethylene) dodecyl ether sulfate Poly(oxyethylene) nonylphenyl ether Formaldehyde Manganese and its compounds Phthalic anhydride Maleic anhydride Methacrylic acid 2-Ethylhexyl methacrylate 2,3-epoxypropyl methacrylate 2-(Dimethylamino) ethyl methacrylate n-Butyl methacrylate Methyl methacrylate 4-methylideneoxetan-2-one (z)-2'-Methylacetophenone 4,6-dimethyl-2-pyrimidinylhydrazone methylamine Methyl isocyanate 2-Isopropylphenyl N-methylcarbamate Carbofuran

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1C Controlled Substances (continued) No. CAS.No. 448 449

63-25-2 3766-81-2

450

100784-20-1

451

173584-44-6

452

131860-33-8

453

33089-61-1

454

144-54-7

455

23135-22-0

456

136191-64-5

457 458 459 460 461 462

98-83-9 3268-49-3 108-99-6 80-15-9 88-85-7

463

55814-41-0

464

16752-77-5

465

141517-21-7

466

143390-89-0

467 468 469

101-77-9 5124-30-1 101-68-8

470

13684-63-4

471 472 473 474 475 476 477

88678-67-5 120-71-8 149-30-4 95-32-9 110-91-8 20859-73-8

478

62-73-7

479 480 481 482 483

78-42-2 115-96-8 1330-78-5 115-86-6 126-73-8

Substance 1-naphthyl N-methylcarbamate 2-sec-butylphenyl N-methylcarbamate Methyl 3-chloro-5-(4,6-dimethoxy-2-pyrimidinylcarbamoylsulfamoyl)1-methylpyrazole-4-carboxylate Methyl (S)-7-chloro-2,3,4a,5-tetrahydro-2-[methoxycarbonyl(4-trifluoromethoxyphenyl) carbamoyl]indeno[1,2-e][1,3,4]oxadiazine-4a-carboxylate (indoxacarb) Methyl (E)-2-[2-[6-(2-cyanophenoxy)pyrimidin-4-yloxy]phenyl]-3-methoxyacrylate (azoxystrobin) 3-Methyl-1,5-di(2,4-xylyl)-1,3,5-triazapenta-1,4-diene (amitraz) N-Methyldithiocarbamic acid (carbam) methyl-N',N'-dimethyl-N-[(methylcarbamoyl)oxy]-1-thiooxamimidate (oxamyl) methyl 2-(4,6-dimethoxy-2-pyrimizinyloxy)-6-[1-(methoxyimino)ethyl]benzoate (pyriminobac-methyl) α-Methylstyrene 3-methylthiopropanal methylnaphthalene 3-Methylpyridine 1-methyl-1-phenylethyl hydroperoxide 2-(1-methylethoxy)-4,6-dinitrophenol 2-methyl-N-[3-(1-methylethoxy)phenyl]benzamide (mepronil) S-methyl-N-(methylcarbamoyloxy)thioacetimidate (methomyl) Methyl (E)-methoxyimino-[2-[[[[(E)-1-[3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]ethylidene]amino]oxy] methyl]phenyl]acetate (trifloxystrobin) methyl (E)-methoxyimino[2-(o-tolyloxymethyl)phenyl]acetate (kresoxim-methyl) 4,4'-Methylenedianiline Methylenebis(4,1-cyclohexylene) diisocyanate Methylenebis(4,1-phenylene) diisocyanate 3-methoxycarbonylaminophenyl 3'-methylcarbanilate (phenmedipham) Pyributicarb 2-methoxy-5-methylaniline 2-mercaptobenzothiazole Molybdenum and its compounds 2-(morpholinodithio)benzothiazole morpholine aluminium phosphide dimethyl2,2-dichlorovinylphosphate (dichlorvos) tris(2-ethylhexyl) phosphate tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate tritolyl phosphate triphenyl phosphate tri-n-butyl phosphate

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Note 1. Unintentional chemical substances caused by corporate activities If your company incinerates waste with chlorine within the plant, Canon regards that dioxin(unintentional chemical substance) is generated and that your company uses chemical substances. 2. Handling of mixture When it is clear by material safety data sheet (MSDS) or other means that certain mixture is composed of the listed chemical substances, then regardless of the content, Canon regards that they are used. 3. Exemption of use of chemical substances When chemical substances are handled in the following cases, Canon does not regard that chemical substances are used. (1) Chemical substances contained in alloys etc., in non-toxic forms (2) Chemical substances contained in industrial water or air constituent (3) Chemical substance which is used hermetically in the purchased device and not to be supplemented. (e.g., refrigerant of refrigerator)

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This Attachment 2 makes a list of management criteria for the product environmental impact substances specified in the Canon Green Procurement Standards. All parts and materials delivered to Canon are required to satisfy the management criteria specified in the “Products” part. Similarly, packaging is required to satisfy the management criteria specified in the “Packaging” part. Please refer to the Canon Green Procurement Standards for the definitions of terms.

Products 2A Annex 2A-1 Annex 2A-2 Annex 2A-3 Annex 2A-4

2B 2C 2D 2E

Prohibited substances ………………………………………………

39 Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives… 49 Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries …………… 54 Ozone-depleting Substances defined by the Montreal Protocol …………… 58 Some aromatic amines generated in the decomposition of one or more azo groups……………………………………………………………………… 60 Use-restricted substances…………………………………………… 61 Controlled substances………………………………………………… 62

Environmental label substances in plastic exterior enclosure members/cabinets for business machine products(Eco Mark, Blue Angel) ……………………………………………………………… 68 Prohibited substances in LBP (Laser Printer) parts…………… 69

Packaging 3A Annex 3A-1

Prohibited substances in packaging materials………………… 70

3B 3C

Some aromatic amines generated in the decomposition of one or more azo groups in packaging materials……………………………………………… Use-restricted substances in packaging materials…………… Controlled substances in packaging materials…………………

77 78 79

Reference

List of Product Environmental Impact Substances…………………………

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Products 2A Prohibited substances (Chemical substances prohibited to be included in products delivered to Canon.) 1. Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Decabromobiphenyl 13654-09-6 Flame retardants 3,3',4,4'-bromobiphenyl 77102-82-0 2,2',4,5'-bromobiphenyl 67888-96-4 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC 2. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Pentabromodiphenyl ether 32534-81-9 Flame retardants Octabromodiphenyl ether 32536-52-0 Decabromodiphenyl ether 1163-19-5 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN), REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC 3. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and specific substitutes Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Polychlorinated biphenyls (All isomers and homologs) 1336-36-3 Insulating oils, lube oil, Monomethyl-tetrachloro-diphenyl methane (Ugilec 141) a) 76253-60-6 electrical insulation medium, plasticizers, paints solvent, Monomethyl-dichloro-diphenyl methane (Ugilec 121, 81161-70-8 heat transfer medium b) Ugilec 21) monomethyl-dibromo-diphenyl methane (DBBT) C) 99688-47-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Note: Three substances of a), b) and c) listed above are specified alternatives of PCB defined in REACH Regulation Restriction List. Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN), REACH Regulation (EC) No.1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 4. Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Insulating oils, lube oil, Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) (All isomers and electrical insulation medium, 61788-33-8 homologs) plasticizers, paints solvent, heat transfer medium If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited: (1) Inclusion of more than 50 ppm in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII)

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 5. Polychlorinated naphthalenes (more than 3 chlorine atoms) Examples CAS No. (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Polychlorinated naphthalene (more than 3 chlorine atoms) 70776-03-3 Pentachloronaphthalene

1321-64-8

Application Lubricating oils, paints, stabilizer in plastics, electrical insulation medium, flame retardants

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN) 6. Tributyl tin oxide (TBTO) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Paints, pigments, antiseptic Tributyl tin oxide (TBTO) 56-35-9 agents, refrigerants, digestives, foaming agents If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in parts Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN), REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 7. Tri-substituted organostannic compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Triphenyltin fluoride 379-52-2 Pigment, paints, flame retardants, stabilizer, n-type Triphenyltin chloride 639-58-7 semiconductor dopant Tributyltin acetate 56-36-0 Tributyltin laurate 3090-36-6 Trioctyltin chloride 2587-76-0 Trimethyltin hydroxide 994-32-1 Trimethyltin chloride 994-31-0 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in homogeneous materials Note1: A tri-substituted organostannic compound refers to a tin compound that has three organic substituents, such as tributyltin (TBT) compounds and triphenyltin (TPT) compounds. Note2: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII, added based on the Commission Regulation (EU) No 276/2010), Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 2 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN)

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 8. Azocolourants and azodyes which form certain aromatic amines Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Pigment Red 8 6410-30-6 Pigment, dye, coloring agents Pigment Red 22 6448-95-9 Pigment Red 38 6358-87-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Azo dyes/pigments that are in fabric products/leather products and generate more than 30 ppm of some aromatic amines listed in Annex 2A-4 Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 9. Shortchain chlorinated paraffins (C10-C13) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Alkanes, C10-13, chloro 85535-84-8 Greases, metal treatment Alkanes, C10-12, chloro 108171-26-2 liquids, flame retardants, Alkanes, C12-13, chloro 71011-12-6 plasticizer for PVC If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII), Regulations relating to restrictions on the manufacture, import, export, sale and use of chemicals and other products hazardous to health and the environment (Product Regulations) 10. Ozone-depleting substances Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Refrigerants, fire The applicable substances are those specified in Annex to the Montreal extinguishant,foaming agents, Protocol. These substances are listed in Annex Table 2A-3. detergent, fumigation If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: Montreal Protocol, Japanese Law for the Protection of the Ozone Layer by restriction of specific substances.

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 11. Cadmium and its compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Cadmium 7440-43-9 Pigments, corrosion-resisting Cadmium oxide 1306-19-0 surface treatment, batteries, Cadmium sulfide 1306-23-6 contact points, optical Cadmium chloride 10108-64-2 materials,stabilizers in PVC Cadmium sulfate 10124-36-4 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 100 ppm in homogeneous materials (2) Inclusion of more than 75 ppm when used for surface treatment, coloring agent, or plastic stabilizer in product not subject to the RoHS Directive. (3) Use of cadmium in batteries under the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-2: Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries” Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. (i) Applications that meet the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-1: Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directive” for (1) listed above. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, Chemical Substances Act Cadmium Decree of the Netherlands, Statutory Order on the Prohibition of Sale, Import and Manufacture of Cadmium-Containing Products of Denmark, Refer to battery-related laws and regulations in Annex 2A-2.

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 12. Hexavalent chromium compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Sodium dichromate 10588-01-9 Pigments, paints, ink, Chromium trioxide 1333-82-0 catalysts, anticorrosive surface Calcium chromate 13765-19-0 treatment for steel plates, Lead chromate (*) 7758-97-6 dyestuffs, anti-rust paint Potassium dichromate 7778-50-9 Potassium chromate 7789-00-6 Sodium bichromate dihydrate 7789-12-0 Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment Red 12656-85-8 104) (*) Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34) (*) 1344-37-2 If the of the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in homogeneous materials Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. (i) Applications that meet the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-1: Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directive” for (1) listed above. Even when substance is used outside the “applicable range” described above or its application is exempted as in “Exemption” above, the chemical substances listed below (names are suffixed with (*) in the Examples table above) must be controlled in the same manner as the controlled substances if their content as a compound exceeds 0.1% by weight of a deliverd part/material. Target chemical substances Lead chromate Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment Red 104) Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34)

CAS No. 7758-97-6 12656-85-8 1344-37-2

Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33), EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 13. Lead and its compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Lead 7439-92-1 Pigments, paints, stiffener in rubber, stabilizer in plastics, Lead carbonate 598-63-0 Lead (IV) oxide 1309-60-0 batteries, curing (vulcanizing) Plumbo-plumbic oxide 1314-41-6 agents for rubber, solders, Lead (II) sulfide 1314-87-0 solders, glasses, free cutting Lead (II) oxide 1317-36-8 alloy, contents of alloys, Basic lead (II) carbonate 1319-46-6 additives in various type of Lead (II) sulfate 7446-14-2 resins Lead chromate (*) 7758-97-6 Lead titanium oxide 12060-00-3 Lead stearate 1072-35-1 Dibasic lead stearate 56189-09-4 Lead arsenate 7784-40-9 Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment Red 12656-85-8 104) (*) Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34) (*) 1344-37-2 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in homogeneous materials (2) Inclusion of more than 300 ppm in the polyvinyl chloride resin coating of polyvinyl chloride wire. (3) Inclusion of more than 300 ppm (100 ppm starting from February 2012) in each part of products intended for children 12 years of age or younger, or inclusion of more than 90 ppm in the paints/dry coatings of such products (4) Use of lead in batteries under the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-2: Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries” Note1: Canon will inform separately if any of its products is concerned with (3) above. Note2: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. (i) Applications that meet the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-1: Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directive” for (1) listed above. Even when substance is used outside the “applicable range” described above or its application is exempted as in “Exemption” above, the chemical substances listed below (names are suffixed with (*) in the Examples table above) must be controlled in the same manner as the controlled substances if their content as a compound exceeds 0.1% by weight of a deliverd part/material. Target chemical substances Lead chromate Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment Red 104) Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34)

CAS No. 7758-97-6 12656-85-8 1344-37-2

Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII), EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, Denmark Lead Ban, Proposition 65, US Federal Public Law “Consumer Product Safety Improvement Law in 2008” 110-314, Refer to battery-related laws and regulations in Annex 2A-2.

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 14. Mercury and its compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Mercury 7439-97-6 Batteries, fluorescent Mercuric chloride 7487-94-7 materials, contact points, Mercury (II) oxide 21908-53-2 thermometers, pigments (2-ethylhexanoato)phenylmercury 13302-00-6 Phenylmercuric octanoate 13864-38-5 Phenylmercury acetate 62-38-4 (neodecanoato-O)phenylmercury 26545-49-3 Phenylmercury propionate 103-27-5 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in homogeneous materials (3) Use of mercury in batteries under the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-2: Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries” Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. (i) Applications that meet the condition indicated in “Annex 2A-1: Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directive” for (1) and (2) listed above. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, Louisiana Mercury Risk Reduction Act, Refer to battery-related laws and regulations in Annex 2A-2. 15. Asbestos Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Asbestos 1332-21-4 Insulators, fillers, heat Actinoit 77536-66-4 insulators,frictional materials Amosite 12172-73-5 Ansophylite 77536-67-5 Chrysotile 12001-29-5 Crocidolite 12001-28-4 Tremolite 77536-68-6 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) in U.S., RS814.81 Act of Reduction of Risks in Treatment of Specified Hazardous Substances, Preparations, and Articles in Switzerland (ChemRRV) (Appendix 1.6)

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 16. Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) Examples (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Heptadecafluorooctane-1-sulphonic acid Perfluorooctane sulfonate fluoride Lithium heptadecafluorooctanesulphonate Potassium heptadecafluorooctane-1-sulphonate Ammonium nonadecafluorononanesulphonate

CAS No.

Application

1763-23-1 307-35-7 29457-72-5 2795-39-3

Photolithography, photo-coating materials, hydraulic fluid, metal plating, cleaning materials, fire-fighting foams, and coating materials for paper

17202-41-4

If any following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in homogeneous materials (i) Photoresist or anti-mirror coating for photolithography process (ii) Photo coating applied to films, documents, or printing plates (iii) Inclusion of less than 0.1 % in the following specified metal plating until May, 2013 (a) Chromium electroplating, chromium anodizing and reverse etching (b) Non-electrodeposited metallic precipitate nickel-polytetrafluoroethylene plating (c) Etching of the plastic plate before hardened Reference laws and regulations: Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs Convention), Canadian Environmental Protection Act in 1999; Regulation of perfluorooctane sulfonate and its salt and other specified compounds SOR/2008-974, Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN)

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 17. Fluorinated greenhouse gases (PFC, SF6, HFC) Examples CAS No. (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Carbon tetrafluoride (perfluoromethane) 75-73-0 Perfluoroethane (hexafluoroethane) 76-16-4 Perfluoropropane (octafluoropropane) 76-19-7 Perfluorobutane (decafluorobutane) 355-25-9 Perfluoropentane (dodecafluorobutane) 678-26-2 Perfluorohexane (tetradecafluorohexane) 355-42-0 Perfluorocyclobutane 115-25-3 Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) 2551-62-4 Trifluoromethane - (HFC-23) 75-46-7 Difluoromethane (HFC-32) 75-10-5 Methyl fluoride- (HFC-41) 593-53-3 2H,3H-Decafluoropentane (HFC-43-10mee) 138495-42-8 Pentafluoroethane (HFC-125) 354-33-6 1,1,2,2-Tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134) 359-35-3 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane - (HFC-134a) 811-97-2 1,1-Difluoroethane -(HFC-152a) 75-37-6 1,1,2-Trifluoroethane -(HFC-143) 430-66-0 1,1,1-Trifluoroethane -(HFC-143a) 420-46-2 2H-Heptafluoropropane -(HFC-227ea) 431-89-0 1,1,1,2,2,3-Hexafluoropropane (HFC-236cb) 677-56-5 1,1,1,2,3,3-Hexafluoropropane (HFC-236ea) 431-63-0 1,1,1,3,3,3-Hexafluoropropane (HFC-236fa) 690-39-1 1,1,2,2,3-Pentafluoropropane (HFC-245ca) 679-86-7 1,1,1,3,3-Pentafluoropropane (HFC-245fa) 460-73-1 1,1,1,3,3-Pentafluorobutane (HFC-365mfc) 406-58-6 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: EU Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 18. Phenol, 2-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl) (Other name: 2-(2H-1,2,3-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) Target chemical substances CAS No. Phenol, 2-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl)

3846-71-7

Application Cooling medium, blowing agents, digestive, cleaning agents, insulating materials, caustic gas

Application Adhesive agents, paints, printing ink, plastics, ink ribbons, putties, caulking, filling materials (ultraviolet light absorbers)

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN)

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2A Prohibited substances (continued) 19. Dimethyl fumarate Target chemical substances

CAS No.

Dimethyl fumarate

624-49-7

Application Moisture prevention agents, mildew-proofing agents

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 0.1 ppm in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: 2009/251/EC concerning prohibition of launching products containing the biocide DMF according to the General Product Safety Directive (2001/95/EC) 20. Dibutyltin (DBT) compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Dibutyltin oxide 818-08-6 Stabilizer for PVC, curing Dibutyltin diacetate 1067-33-0 catalysts for silicone resin and urethane resin Dibutyltin dilaurate 77-58-7 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. Inclusion exceeding the threshold given below is prohibited starting from July 1, 2011. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in homogeneous materials The above compounds may be included up to June 30, 2014 if any of the following cases applies (deadline for placing on the EU market: December 31, 2014): (i) One-component and two-component room temperature vulcanisation sealants (RTV-1 and RTV-2 sealants) and adhesives (ii) Paints and coatings containing DBT compounds as catalysts when applied on articles (iii) Soft polyvinyl chloride (PVC) profiles whether by themselves or coextruded with hard PVC (iv) Fabrics coated with PVC containing DBT compounds as stabilisers when intended for outdoor applications (v) Outdoor rainwater pipes, gutters and fittings, as well as covering material for roofing and facades Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII, added based on the Commission Regulation (EU) No 276/2010) 21. Dioctyltin (DOT) compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Dioctyltin oxide 870-08-6 Stabilizer for PVC, curing catalysts for silicone resin and Dioctyltin dilaurate 3648-18-8 urethane resin If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. Inclusion exceeding the threshold given below is prohibited starting from July 1, 2011. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in homogeneous materials in the following items: (i) Textile and (natural and/or man-made) leather articles intended to come into contact with the skin (ii) Childcare articles (iii) Two-component room temperature vulcanisation moulding kits (RTV-2 moulding kits) Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII, added based on the Commission Regulation (EU) No 276/2010)

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< Annex 2A-1 Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives > The numbers indicated under Exempted Applications show the exempted item numbers assigned for the EU Directives. Canon has decided on its own expiry dates in accordance with the legal time limits specified for RoHS exemptions; these dates are given in “Expiry of exemption in Canon”. For the RoHS exemptions that will expire prior to the end of November 2012, expiry dates of exemption in Canon are set one year in advance, as a general rule. As for the RoHS exemptions that will expire prior to the end of November 2011, expiry of exemption in Canon is set to dates preceding the start of application of the revised Green Procurement Standards version 7 (end of November 2010). When no date is specified (marked - ) in the “expiry of exemption in Canon” column, the date of expiry will be decided in line with the next review on exempted applications from the RoHS Directive. 11. Cadmium and its compounds Expiry of exemption in Exempted Applications Canon 8(a) Cadmium and its compounds in one shot pellet type thermal cut-offs a) Expired on 1 January Note a) Refers to pellet-type thermal fuses. This type of fuse has leads 2011 connected to alloy, which melts to disconnect a circuit. The alloy is covered with a resin coating or resin pellet so that the resin flows into the melted portion and shuts off the circuit without fail. 8(b) Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contacts 13(b) Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance standards 21 Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glasses, such as borosilicate and soda lime glasses 30 Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical solder joints to electrical conductors located directly on the voice coil in transducers used in high-powered loudspeakers with sound pressure levels of 100 dB (A) and more 38 Cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick film pastes used on aluminium bonded beryllium oxide 39 Cadmium in colour converting II-VI LEDs (< 10 μg Cd per mm2 of Expires on 1 July 2014 light-emitting area) for use in solid state illumination or display systems 12. Hexavalent chromium compounds Expiry of exemption in Exempted Application Canon 9 Hexavalent chromium as an anticorrosion agent of the carbon steel cooling system in absorption refrigerators up to 0.75 % by weight in the cooling solution 13. Lead and its compounds Expiry of exemption in Exempted Application Canon 5(a) Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes 5(b) Lead in glass of fluorescent tubes not exceeding 0.2 % by weight 6(a) Lead as an alloying element in steel for machining purposes and in galvanized steel containing up to 0.35 % lead by weight 6(b) Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0.4 % lead by weight 6(c) Copper alloy containing up to 4 % lead by weight 7(a) Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing 85 % by weight or more lead)

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< Annex 2A-1 Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives > (continued) 13. Lead and its compounds (continued) Expiry of exemption in Exempted Applications Canon 7(b) Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signalling, transmission, and network management for telecommunications 7(c)-I Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic other than dielectric ceramic in capacitors, e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound 7(c)-II Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of 125 V AC or 250 V DC or higher 7(c)-III Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than Expires on 31 125 V AC or 250 V DC December 2011 9(b) Lead in bearing shells and bushes for refrigerantcontaining compressors for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) applications 11(a) Lead used in C-press compliant pin connector systems Expired on 24 September 2010 11(b) Lead used in other than C-press compliant pin connector systems Expires on 1 January 2013 12 Lead as a coating material for the thermal conduction module C-ring Expired on 24 September 2010 13(a) Lead in white glasses used for optical applications 13(b) Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance standards 14 Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the Expired on 30 connection between the pins and the package of microprocessors with a November 2010 lead content of more than 80 % and less than 85 % by weight 15 Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between semiconductor die and carrier within integrated circuit flip chip packages 16 Lead in linear incandescent lamps with silicate coated tubes Expired on 1 September 2013 17 Lead halide as radiant agent in high intensity discharge (HID) lamps used for professional reprography applications 18(a) Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1 % lead by weight or less) Expired on 30 of discharge lamps when used as speciality lamps for diazoprinting November 2010 reprography, lithography, insect traps, photochemical and curing processes containing phosphors such as SMS ((Sr,Ba)2MgSi2O7:Pb) 18(b) Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1 % lead by weight or less) of discharge lamps when used as sun tanning lamps containing phosphors such as BSP (BaSi2O5:Pb) 19 Lead with PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg in specific compositions as main Expired on 30 amalgam and with PbSn-Hg as auxiliary amalgam in very compact November 2010 energy saving lamps (ESL)

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< Annex 2A-1 Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives > (continued) 13. Lead and its compounds (continued) Expiry of exemption in Exempted Applications Canon 20 Lead oxide in glass used for bonding front and rear substrates of flat Expired on 30 fluorescent lamps used for Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) November 2010 21 Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glasses, such as borosilicate and soda lime glasses 23 Lead in finishes of fine pitch components other than connectors with a Expired on 24 pitch of 0.65 mm and less September 2010 24 Lead in solders for the soldering to machined through hole discoidal and planar array ceramic multilayer capacitors 25 Lead oxide in surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED) used in structural elements, notably in the seal frit and frit ring 26 Lead oxide in the glass envelope of black light blue lamps Expired on 30 November 2010 27 Lead alloys as solder for transducers used in highpowered (designated Expired on 24 to operate for several hours at acoustic power levels of 125 dB SPL and September 2010 above) loudspeakers 29 Lead bound in crystal glass as defined in Annex I (Categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council Directive 69/493/EEC 31 Lead in soldering materials in mercury free flat fluorescent lamps (which e.g. are used for liquid crystal displays, design or industrial lighting) 32 Lead oxide in seal frit used for making window assemblies for Argon and Krypton laser tubes 33 Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires of 100 μm diameter and less in power transformers 34 Lead in cermet b) -based trimmer potentiometer elements Note b) A composite in which powder of a hard compound such as metal carbide or nitride is sintered as a metal bonding material. (Coined term from “Ceramic + Metal”) 37 Lead in the plating layer of high voltage diodes on the basis of a zinc borate glass body 14. Mercury and its compounds Expiry of exemption in Exempted Applications Canon 1 Mercury in single capped (compact) fluorescent lamps not exceeding (per burner): 1(a) For general lighting purposes < 30 W : 5 mg Expired on 31 December 2010 For general lighting purposes < 30 W : 3.5 mg Expires on 31 December 2012 For general lighting purposes < 30 W : 2.5 mg -

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< Annex 2A-1 Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives > (continued) 14. Mercury and its compounds (continued) Expiry of exemption in Exempted Applications Canon 1(b) For general lighting purposes > 30 W and < 50 W : 5 mg Expired on 31 December 2010 For general lighting purposes > 30 W and < 50 W : 3.5 mg 1(c) For general lighting purposes > 50 W and < 150 W : 5 mg 1(d) For general lighting purposes > 150 W : 15 mg 1(e) For general lighting purposes with circular or square structural shape Expired on 31 and tube diameter < 17 mm December 2010 For general lighting purposes with circular or square structural shape and tube diameter < 17 mm : 7 mg 1(f) For special purposes : 5 mg 2(a) Mercury in double-capped linear fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes not exceeding (per lamp): 2(a)(1) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter < 9 mm Expired on 31 (e.g. T2) : 5 mg December 2010 Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter < 9 mm (e.g. T2) : 4 mg 2(a)(2) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 9 mm Expired on 31 and < 17 mm (e.g. T5) : 5 mg December 2010 Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 9 mm and < 17 mm (e.g. T5) : 3 mg 2(a)(3) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 17 mm Expired on 31 and < 28 mm (e.g. T8) : 5 mg December 2010 Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 17 mm and < 28 mm (e.g. T8) : 3.5 mg 2(a)(4) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 28 mm Expires on 31 (e.g. T12) : 5 mg December 2012 Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 28 mm (e.g. T12) : 3.5 mg 2(a)(5) Tri-band phosphor with long lifetime (> 25,000 h) : 8 mg Expired on 31 December 2010 Tri-band phosphor with long lifetime (> 25,000 h) : 5 mg 2(b) Mercury in other fluorescent lamps (per lamp): 2(b)(1) Linear halophosphate lamps with tube diameter > 28 mm (e.g. T10 and Expired on 13 April T12) : 10 mg or less (< 10 mg) 2011 2(b)(2) Non-linear halophosphate lamps (all diameters) : 15 mg or less (< 15 Expires on 13 April mg) 2016 2(b)(3) Non-linear tri-band phosphor lamps with tube diameter > 17 mm (e.g. Expired on 31 T9) : more than 15 mg (> 15 mg) December 2010 Non-linear tri-band phosphor lamps with tube diameter > 17 mm (e.g. T9) : 15 mg or less (< 15 mg) 2(b)(4) Lamps for other general lighting and special purposes (e.g. induction Expired on 31 lamps) : more than 15 mg (> 15 mg) December 2010 Lamps for other general lighting and special purposes (e.g. induction lamps) : 15 mg or less (< 15 mg) 3 Mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps and external electrode fluorescent lamps (CCFL and EEFL) for special purposes (per lamp): 3(a) Short length (< 500 mm) : more than 3.5 mg (> 3.5 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 Short length (< 500 mm) : 3.5 mg or less (< 3.5 mg) -

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< Annex 2A-1 Exempted Applications of Heavy Metals Restricted by RoHS Directives > (continued) 14. Mercury and its compounds (continued) Expiry of exemption in Exempted Applications Canon 3(b) Medium length (> 500 mm and < 1,500 mm) : more than 5 mg (> 5 Expired on 31 mg) December 2010 Medium length (> 500 mm and < 1,500 mm) : 5 mg or less (< 5 mg) 3(c) Long length (> 1,500 mm) : more than 13 mg (> 13 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 Long length (> 1,500 mm) : 13 mg or less (< 13 mg) 4(a) Mercury more than 15 mg (> 15 mg) in other low pressure discharge Expired on 31 lamps (per lamp) December 2010 Mercury of 15 mg or less (< 15 mg) in other low pressure discharge lamps (per lamp) 4(b) Mercury in High Pressure Sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes (per burner) in lamps with improved colour rendering index Ra > 60: 4(b)-I P < 155 W : more than 30 mg (> 30 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 P < 155 W : 30 mg or less (< 30 mg) 4(b)-II 155 W < P < 405 W : more than 40 mg (> 40 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 155 W < P < 405 W : 40 mg or less (< 40 mg) 4(b)-III P > 405 W : more than 40 mg (> 40 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 P > 405 W : 40 mg or less (< 40 mg) 4(c) Mercury in other High Pressure Sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes (per burner): 4(c)-I P < 155 W : more than 25 mg (> 25 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 P < 155 W : 25 mg or less (< 25 mg) 4(c)-II 155 W < P < 405W : more than 30 mg (> 30 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 155 W < P < 405W : 30 mg or less (< 30 mg) 4(c)-III P > 405 W : more than 40 mg (> 40 mg) Expired on 31 December 2010 P > 405 W : 40 mg or less (< 40 mg) 4(d) Mercury in High Pressure Mercury (vapour) lamps (HPMV) Expires on 13 April 2015 4(e) Mercury in metal halide lamps (MH) 4(f) Mercury in other discharge lamps for special purposes not specifically mentioned in this Annex 36 Mercury used as a cathode sputtering inhibitor in DC plasma displays Expired on 24 with a content up to 30 mg per display September 2010 Note: Information about the items exempted from the RoHS Directives indicated in this list is valid as of June 20, 2011, and it does not assure the provisions stipulated in the law. Please see the original provisions of the law for the latest information.

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< Annex 2A-2 Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries > 11. Cadmium and its compounds Classification of batteries A. All batteries except those indicated in B through D Batteries containing cadmium of which concentration is more than 0.002 % by Application range mass The battery of the use of following (1) to (3) (1) Emergency and warning system including emergency lamps Exemption (2) Medical equipment (3) Cordless electrical tools B. Nickel-cadmium batteries a) Application range All uses (Prohibited in the internal standard) None. Except cases when nickel-cadmium batteries are used for consumables or Exemption service parts contained in products sold by the end of 2007. C. Manganese dioxide battery b), alkaline battery c), and nickel hydride secondary battery (Ni-MH) d) except those indicated in D listed below Batteries containing cadmium of which concentration if more than 0.001 % by Application range mass Exemption Button batteries (A is applied.) D. Batteries incorporated into equipment on a fixed basis Batteries containing cadmium of which concentration is more than 0.0005 % by Application range mass If the following cases (1) and (2) apply, the application range of the restriction defined in A and B listed above applies. (1) The batteries are usually replaced by a technician. Exemption (2) Batteries/rechargeable batteries in which a major concern on protection of users or functionality of its articles is incorporated on a fixed basis are needed, and a minimum amount of lead, mercury, or cadmium is contained in them. Reference laws and regulations: EU Battery Directive 2006/66/EC, Korean Quality Management and Manufactured Product Safety Management Law (Battery Regulation), RS814.81 Act of Reduction of Risks in Treatment of Specified Hazardous Substances, Preparations, and Articles in Switzerland (ChemRRV) (Appendix 215)

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< Annex 2A-2 Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries > (continued) 13. Lead and its compounds Classification of batteries A. Manganese dioxide battery (including button batteries) Application range Batteries containing lead of which concentration is more than 0.1 % by mass Exemption None B. Aalkaline battery (including button batteries) Application range Batteries containing lead of which concentration is more than 0.004 % by mass Exemption None C. Nickel hydride secondary batteries (Ni-MH) except those indicated in D listed below Application range Batteries containing lead of which concentration is more than 0.4 % by mass Exemption Button batteries D. Batteries incorporated into equipment on a fixed basis Application range Batteries containing lead of which concentration is more than 0.1 % by mass If the following cases (1) and (2) apply, the application range of the restriction defined in A and B listed above applies. (1) The batteries are usually replaced by a technician. Exemption (2) Batteries/rechargeable batteries in which a major concern on protection of users or functionality of its articles is incorporated on a fixed basis are needed, and a minimum amount of lead, mercury, or cadmium is contained in them. No batteries other than those listed above in A through D are subject to lead content regulations. Reference laws and regulations: Brazil Battery Regulation (Resolution No.401), Korean Quality Management and Manufactured Product Safety Management Law (Battery Regulation), RS814.81 Act of Reduction of Risks in Treatment of Specified Hazardous Substances, Preparations, and Articles in Switzerland (ChemRRV) (Appendix 215), China’s limitation of mercury, cadmium and lead contents for alkaline and non-alkaline zinc manganese dioxide batteries (GB24427-2009)

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< Annex 2A-2 Items for Prohibition of the Use of Heavy Metals in Batteries > (continued) 14. Mercury and its compounds Classification of batteries A. All batteries except those indicated in B through H listed below Batteries containing mercury of which concentration is more than 0.0005 % by Application range mass Exemption None B. Button batteries except those indicated in C through H listed below Application range Batteries containing mercury of which concentration is more than 2 % by mass Exemption None C. Alkaline battery, manganese dioxide battery (including button battery) If any of the following (1) through (3) applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Batteries containing mercury of which concentration is 0.0001 % or more by Application range mass (2) Intentional use (3) Batteries provided for home use Mercury with a concentration of less than 0.0001 % is contained as impurity in Exemption other materials. D. Nickel hydride (Ni-MH) secondary battery Batteries containing mercury of which concentration is more than 0.0001 % by Application range mass Exemption Button batteries E. Mercury oxide cells e) , mercury oxide button cells Intentional use. When the substance is contained as impurity, item B above shall Application range apply. Exemption None F. Button-type air-zinc battery Intentional use. When the substance is contained as impurity, item B above shall Application range apply. Exemption None G. Button-type silver oxide battery Intentional use. When the substance is contained as impurity, item B above shall Application range apply. Button-type silver oxide cell batteries other than SR357, SR364, SR371, SR377, Exemption and SR395, containing mercury of which concentration is less than 2 % by mass in non-consumer products sold until December 31, 2014 H. All button batteries used in consumer products Intentional use. When the substance is contained as impurity, item B above shall Application range apply. Exemption None Reference laws and regulations: EU Battery Directive 2006/66/EC, Federal Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act (104-142) of the United State, Mercury Cell Regulations in Iowa, Regulation concerning mercury added button-type cell in Maine(LD 1026) , Mercury Cell Regulations in Minnesota, Battery Reduction Rules in the State of New York, Rhode Island Mercury Reduction and Education Act SECTION 23-24.9-6, Chinese regulations on the mercury content of battery products

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Notes: Definition of a nickel-cadmium battery:

a)

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d)

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A battery that consists of a nickel positive electrode and a cadmium negative electrode Definition of a manganese dioxide battery: A battery that consists of a manganese dioxide positive electrode, a zinc negative electrode, and a non-alkaline electrolyte Definition of an alkaline battery: A battery that consists of a manganese dioxide positive electrode, a zinc negative electrode, and an alkaline electrolyte Definition of a nickel hydride (Ni-MH) secondary battery: A battery that consists of a nickel oxide positive electrode, a hydrogen storing alloy negative electrode, and an alkaline electrolyte Definition of a mercury oxide cell: A battery in which a mercuric-oxide electrode is used

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< Annex 2A-3 Ozone-depleting Substances defined by the Montreal Protocol > Controlled substances as given in Annex A Group Substances Group Substances Group I CFCl3 (CFC-11) Group II CF2BrCl (halon-1211) CF2Cl2 (CFC-12) CF3Br (halon-1301) C2F3Cl3 (CFC-113) C2F4Br2 (halon-2402) C2F4Cl2 (CFC-114) C2F5Cl (CFC-115) Controlled substances as given in Annex B Group Substances Group Substances Group I CF3Cl (CFC-13) Group I C3F3Cl5 (CFC-213) C2FCl5 (CFC-111) C3F4Cl4 (CFC-214) C2F2Cl4 (CFC-112) C3F5Cl3 (CFC-215) C3FCl7 (CFC-211) C3F6Cl2 (CFC-216) C3F2Cl6 (CFC-212) C3F7Cl (CFC-217) Group II CCl4 Carbon tetrachloride Group III C2H3Cl3 1, 1, 1-trichloroethane (methylchloroform) Controlled substances as given in Annex C Number of Group Substances isomers CHFCl2 (HCFC-21) 1 Group I CHF2Cl (HCFC-22) 1 CH2FCl (HCFC-31) 1 C2HFCl4 (HCFC-121) 2 C2HF2Cl3 (HCFC-122) 3 C2HF3Cl2 (HCFC-123) 3 a) CHCl2CF3 (HCFC-123) C2HF4Cl (HCFC-124) 2 CHFClCF3 (HCFC-124) a) C2H2FCl3 (HCFC-131) 3 C2H2F2Cl2 (HCFC-132) 4 C2H2F3Cl (HCFC-133) 3 C2H3FCl2 (HCFC-141) 3 CH3CFCl2 (HCFC-141b) a) C2H3F2Cl (HCFC-142) 3 CH3CF2Cl (HCFC-142b) a) C2H4FCl (HCFC-151) 2 C3HFCl6 (HCFC-221) 5 C3HF2Cl5 (HCFC-222) 9 C3HF3Cl4 (HCFC-223) 12 C3HF4Cl3 (HCFC-224) 12 C3HF5Cl2 (HCFC-225) 9 CF3CF2CHCl2 (HCFC-225ca) a) CF2ClCF2CHClF (HCFC-225cb) a) C3HF6Cl (HCFC-226) 5 C3H2FCl5 (HCFC-231) 9

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< Annex 2A-3 Ozone-depleting Substances defined by the Montreal Protocol > (continued) Controlled substances as given in Annex C Number of Group Substances isomers C3H2F2Cl4 (HCFC-232) 16 Group I C3H2F3Cl3 (HCFC-233) 18 (continued) C3H2F4Cl2 (HCFC-234) 16 C3H2F5Cl (HCFC-235) 9 C3H3FCl4 (HCFC-241) 12 C3H3F2Cl3 (HCFC-242) 18 C3H3F3Cl2 (HCFC-243) 18 C3H3F4Cl (HCFC-244) 12 C3H4FCl3 (HCFC-251) 12 C3H4F2Cl2 (HCFC-252) 16 C3H4F3Cl (HCFC-253) 12 C3H5FCl2 (HCFC-261) 9 C3H5F2Cl (HCFC-262) 9 C3H6FCl (HCFC-271) 5 Number of Number of Group Substances Substances isomers isomers CHFBr2 1 CH2FBr 1 Group II CHF2Br 2 1 C2HFBr4 (HBFC-22B1) C2HF2Br3 3 C2HF3Br2 3 C2HF4Br 2 C2H2FBr3 3 C2H2F2Br2 4 C2H2F3Br 3 C2H3FBr2 3 C2H3F2Br 3 C2H4FBr 2 C3HFBr6 5 C3HF2Br5 9 C3HF3Br4 12 C3HF4Br3 12 C3HF5Br2 9 C3HF6Br 5 C3H2FBr5 9 C3H2F2Br4 16 C3H2F3Br3 18 C3H2F4Br2 16 C3H2F5Br 8 C3H3FBr4 12 C3H3F2Br3 18 C3H3F3Br2 18 C3H3F4Br 12 C3H4FBr3 12 C3H4F2Br2 16 C3H4F3Br 12 C3H5FBr2 9 C3H5F2Br 9 C3H6FBr 5 Group III CH2BrCl Bromochloromethane Controlled substances as given in Annex E Group Substances Group I CH3Br Methylbromide Note a) These are substances which have the highest possibility of being used commercially.

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< Annex 2A-4 Some aromatic amines generated in the decomposition of one or more azo groups > Some aromatic amines generated in the decomposition of one or more azo groups Name of aromatic amines

CAS No.

4-Aminoazobenzene

60-09-3

o-anisidine

90-04-0

2-naphthylamine

91-59-8

3,3'-dichlorobenzidine

91-94-1

biphenyl-4-ylamine

92-67-1

Benzidine

92-87-5

o-toluidine

95-53-4

4-chloro-o-toluidine

95-69-2

2,4-toluenediamine

95-80-7

o-aminoazotoluene

97-56-3

5-nitro-o-toluidine

99-55-8

3,3'-dichloro-4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane

101-14-4

4,4'-methylenedianiline

101-77-9

4,4'-diaminodiphenylether

101-80-4

p-chloroaniline

106-47-8

3,3'-dimethoxybenzidine

119-90-4

3,3'-dimethylbenzidine

119-93-7

2-methoxy-5-methylaniline

120-71-8

2,4,5-trimethylaniline

137-17-7

4,4'-thiodianiline

139-65-1

4-methoxy-m-phenylenediamine

615-05-4

4,4'-methylenedi-o-toluidine

838-88-0

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The object of control under the these Standards is “azo dye/pigment that generates some aromatic amines.” This refers to azo compounds that generate any of the amines listed in Annex 2A-4 during the reductive decomposition of azo groups. The threshold level of 30 ppm specified in the applicable range applies not to the azo dyes/pigments but to the amines listed in Annex 2A-4.

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2B Use-restricted substances (Chemical substances of which the deadline for allowing the inclusion in products delivered to Canon is set by Canon and of which the inclusion is prohibited after the deadline) 1. Perfluorooctanoate (PFOA) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Photolithography, photo-coating materials, hydraulic fluid, metal plating, Pentadecafluorooctanoic acid 335-67-1 cleaning materials, fire-fighting foams, and coating materials for paper If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use The deadline for the inclusion of this substance in parts and materials delivered to Canon is December 31, 2015. Note: The deadline for the use is the one defined by the U.S. PFOA Self-Elimination Program. It may, however, become earlier according to laws and regulations or social trend, so please strive to eliminate PFOA. Reference laws and regulations: U.S. PFOA Self-Elimination Program Note: Handling of PFOA For PFOA, which are newly defined as use-restricted substances, we do not in principle perform the chemical substance surveys for each part and material using the JGP File and the Canon's additional survey form for the time being. We plan to perform surveys for this substance group at the point when the JGPSSI format is revised and this substance group is added to the target of the surveys. Information about surveys and alternative activities, etc. to be performed during the period before the execution of surveys will be separately informed. In addition, the applicable range and deadline for the use of this substance group may be changed from the viewpoint of social trends and risk management. If such changes are made, they will be informed separately.

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2C Controlled substances (Chemical substances requiring tracking of their absence/presence, content, purpose of use, and where they are used in products delivered to Canon.) 1. Beryllium oxide (BeO) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Beryllium oxide 1304-56-9 Ceramics materials If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: EU WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC Article 11: DIGITAL EUROPE/CECED/AeA/EERA Guidance concerning implementation of information provision to processing facilities 2. Nickel Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Nickel 7440-02-0 Stainless steel, plating If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Intentional use in the parts that come into contact with skin for a long period of time Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 3. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Resin materials, electrical wire sheathing materials, Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) 9002-86-2 insulators, chemical resistance, transparency, seize materials If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: IEEE1680 (EPEAT: Electrical Product Environmental Assessment Tool) 4. Brominated flame retardants (other than PBBs, PBDEs, or HBCDD) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) 1,1,2,2-Tetrabromoethane 79-27-6 Flame retardants 3,5,3',5'-Tetrabromo-bisphenol A (TBBPA) 79-94-7 1.1 Isopropyliden bis [3.5 dibromo 4 (2.3- dibromo 21850-44-2 propoxy) benzene] TBBA bis-(2-hydroxy-ethyl-ether) 4162-45-2 Hexabromobenzene 87-82-1 2,3-dibromo-1-propanol 96-13-9 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) When a part has more than 25 g of plastic (excluding plastic in printed wiring board units) and more than 1,000 ppm of the concerned substance is included in the plastic. (2) Inclusion of more than 900 ppm of bromine in a laminated printed wiring board (total content in the laminated board) Reference laws and regulations: EU WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC Article 11: DIGITAL EUROPE/CECED/AeA/EERA Guidance concerning implementation of information provision to processing facilities, Blue Angle Mark in Germany, IPC-04101 and IEC61249-2-21

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2C Controlled substances (continued) 5. Diisononyl phthalate (DINP), Diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP), Di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 28553-12-0 Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, Diisononyl phthalate (DINP) 68515-48-0 paints, ink, adhesive 26761-40-0 Diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP) 68515-49-1 Di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP) 117-84-0 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as a sum of DINP, DIDP, and DNOP in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), US Federal Public Law “Consumer Product Safety Improvement Law in 2008” 110-314 6. Radioactive substances Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Promethium (Pm-147) Optical characteristics (thorium), smoke detector, Americium (Am-241) measurement equipment, Thorium (Th-232) gauges, detectors If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: Law Concerning Prevention from Radiation Hazards due to Radio-Isotopes, etc. Law for the Regulation of Nuclear Source Material, Nuclear Fuel Material, and Reactors 7. Formaldehyde Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Protection of wood, etc., from Formaldehyde 50-00-0 insects/corrosion, adhesive If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Intentional use in products made of wood (plyboards, particle boards, MDF) or parts made of wood (2) Textile products containing formaldehyde of which concentration is more than 0.0075 % (75ppm) by mass Reference laws and regulations: U.S.California State CARB Regulation (Wooden Products), Australia-BGB I 1990/194: Formaldehyde Restriction §2, 12/2/1990 (Textile Products) 8. Perchlorates Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Lithium perchlorate 7791-03-9 Coin-cell batteries If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 0.006 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: U.S.California State DTSC Regulation (California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 4.5: Chapter 33: Best Management Practices for Perchlorate Materials)

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2C Controlled substances (continued) 9. Diarsenic pentoxide Target chemical substances

CAS No.

Diarsenic pentoxide

1303-28-2

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 10. Diarsenic trioxide Target chemical substances CAS No. Diarsenic trioxide

1327-53-3

Application Semiconductor substrate, glass antifoaming agent, pigments, paints, flame retardants

Application Semiconductor substrate, glass antifoaming agent, pigments, paints, flame retardants

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 11. Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major diastereoisomers Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Hexabromocyclododecane 25637-99-4 Flame retardants (mainly used 1,2,5,6,9,10-hexabromocyclododecane 3194-55-6 in expanded polystyrenes and α-hexabromocyclododecane 134237-50-6 certain kinds of fibers) β-hexabromocyclododecane 134237-51-7 γ-hexabromocyclododecane 134237-52-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 12. Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) 117-81-7 paints, ink, adhesive If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII), US Federal Public Law “Consumer Product Safety Improvement Law in 2008” 110-314 13. Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) 84-74-2 paints, ink, adhesive If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII), US Federal Public Law “Consumer Product Safety Improvement Law in 2008” 110-314

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2C Controlled substances (continued) 14. Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) Target chemical substances

CAS No.

Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP)

85-68-7

Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, paints, ink, adhesive

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII), US Federal Public Law “Consumer Product Safety Improvement Law in 2008” 110-314 15. Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP) 84-69-5 paints, ink, adhesive If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 16. Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) 115-96-8 Flame retardants If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 17. Cobalt dichloride (CoCl2) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Pneumatic panels to indicate 7646-79-9 Cobalt dichloride (CoCl2) water contamination If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 18. Refractory Ceramic Fibres, Aluminosilicate Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Insulation in high-temp test Refractory Ceramic Fibres, Aluminosilicate equipment If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Note: The above mentioned “aluminosilicate, refractory ceramic fibres” are fibres covered by index number 650-017-00-8 in Annex VI, part 3, table 3.2 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and fulfill the two following conditions: (a)Al2O3 and SiO2 are present within the following concentration ranges: - Al2O3: 43.5 - 47 % w/w, and SiO2: 49.5 – 53.5 % w/w, or - Al2O3: 45.5 – 50.5 % w/w, and SiO2: 48.5 – 54 % w/w (b) Fibres have a length weighted geometric mean diameter less two standard geometric errors of 6 or less micrometres (μm) Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33)

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2C Controlled substances (continued) 19. Refractory Ceramic Fibres, Zirconia Aluminosilicate Target chemical substances CAS No. Refractory Ceramic Fibres, Zirconia Aluminosilicate

-

Application Insulation in high-temp test equipment

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Note: The above mentioned “zirconia aluminosilicate, refractory ceramic fibres” are fibres covered by index number 650-017-00-8 in Annex VI, part 3, table 3.2 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and fulfill the two following conditions: (a)Al2O3, SiO2 and ZrO2 are present within the following concentration ranges: - Al2O3: 35 - 36 % w/w, SiO2: 47.5 – 50 % w/w, and ZrO2: 15 – 17 % w/w (b) Fibres have a length weighted geometric mean diameter less two standard geometric errors of 6 or less micrometres (μm) Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 20. Boric acid Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Flame retardant in wood, cotton and other plan derived 10043-35-3 Boric acid material, cross-linking agent, 11113-50-1 pH-adjusting agent, antiseptic agents If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 21. Disodium tetraborate, anhydrous Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Disodium tetraborate, anhydrous 1330-43-4 Flame retardant in wood, Disodium tetraborate, pentahydrate 12179-04-3 cotton and other plan derived material, cross-linking agent, Disodium tetraborate, decahydrate 1303-96-4 pH-adjusting agent, antiseptic agents If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 22. Tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Flame retardant in wood, cotton and other plan derived Tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate 12267-73-1 material, cross-linking agent, pH-adjusting agent, antiseptic agents If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33)

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2C Controlled substances (continued) 23. 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C6-8-branched alkyl esters, C7-rich (DIHP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C6-8-branched alkyl Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, 71888-89-6 esters, C7-rich (DIHP) paints, ink, adhesive, lubricant If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 24. 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C7-11-branched and linear alkyl esters (DHNUP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C7-11-branched and Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, 68515-42-4 linear alkyl esters (DHNUP) paints, ink, adhesive, lubricant If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 25. 4-[4,4'-bis(dimethylamino) benzhydrylidene] cyclohexa- 2,5-dien-1-ylidene] dimethylammonium chloride (C.I. Basic Violet 3) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 4-[4,4'-bis(dimethylamino) benzhydrylidene] cyclohexa2,5-dien-1-ylidene] dimethylammonium chloride (C.I. 548-62-9 Colorant in plastics or paints Basic Violet 3) If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Reference laws and regulations: Those related to REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ECHA Registry of Intentions October 25,2010) Remarks 1. Immediately notify Canon when inclusion of a prohibited substance in the applicable range is found. 2. As a general rule, the applicable range is defined based on laws and regulations. When no range is defined in laws and regulations, the applicable range is defined, in principle, as “intentional use”. 3. The CAS No. is assigned to a specific chemical substance by the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) of the American Chemical Society. It is an abbreviation of CAS Registry Number and used in chemical documents.

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2D Environmental label substances in plastic exterior enclosure members/cabinets for business machine products (Eco Mark, Blue Angel) Chemical substances for which surveys on inclusion information are required for parts and materials used for specific purposes and in specific portions in products in the category of specific business machine products related to Eco-label certification. Here, chemical substances classified as “2A Prohibited Substances” are excluded. Canon will individually contact suppliers to make a survey request. These substances are prohibited from use in parts & materials to be delivered to Canon, when no inclusion of these substances is indicated in reply to parts & materials surveys or when no inclusion is instructed by means of specifications (e.g., drawings, delivery specifications). Organization, law or list specified in eco-label standards Chemical substance and Organization, law, or list regulating Classification in the organization, chemical substance group chemical substance law, or list on the left 1 Chlorinated Paraffin 2 Polymers containing halogen 3 Organohalogen compounds (in particular, flame retardants) 4 Carcinogenic substances 67/548/EEC a), Annex I Category1 (Carc.Cat.1) Category 2 (Carc.Cat.2) Category 3 (Carc.Cat.3) TRGS905 b) Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 5 Reproductive toxic 67/548/EEC, Annex I Category 1 (Repr.Cat.1) substances Category 2 (Repr.Cat.2) Category 3 (Repr.Cat.3) TRGS905 Category RE/F1 E:Fetus damage Category RE/F2 (toxicity generated) Category RE/F3 F:Reproductive disorder 6 Mutagenic substances 67/548/EEC, Annex I Category 1 (Mut.Cat.1) Category 2 (Mut.Cat.2) Category 3 (Mut.Cat.3) TRGS905 Category 1 (M1) Category 2 (M 2) Category 3 (M 3) Notes:a) 67/548/EEC: Council Directive 67/548/EEC of 27 June 1967 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous substances (EU) Annex I of 67/548/EEC has been moved to EU Regulations (EC) No. 1272/2008, Annex VI. However, because the original 67/548/EEC Annex I is quoted in the above environmental label standards, it is listed here for consistency with the environmental label standards. b) TRGS905: Technische Regeln für Gefahrstoffe (Technical regulations on dangerous substances) (Germany)

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2E Prohibited substances in LBP (Laser Printer) parts Prohibition of these substances applies to parts & materials used in LBP (OEM specifications) products, and parts & materials surveys will be conducted using the “Canon's Additional Survey Form (peripherals version)”. When suppliers indicate no inclusion of these substances in reply to parts & materials surveys or no inclusion is instructed by means of specifications (e.g., drawings, delivery specifications), these substances are prohibited from use in parts & materials that are employed in LBP (OEM specifications) products to be delivered to Canon. Chemical substance 1

Brominated chemical Compounds

2

Halogen Compounds (other than brominated chemical compound)

3 4 5

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Latex element included in natural rubber Arsenic and its compounds

6

Radioactive Substances

7

EU Risk phrase: R45/46/48/50/51/52/53/60/61 (67/548/EEC)

8

2,4,6-Tri-tert-butylphenol (CAS No.732-26-3)

Threshold level

Remarks

100 ppm

Resin parts are concerned, except for the following: - Brominated compounds (e.g. brominated flame retardants) included in material grade specifications - Electric parts, rubber parts, etc. Excluding cases in which halogen compounds are included in material grade specifications

1,000 ppm

1,000ppm Intentional use 1,000 ppm Inclusion prohibited 1,000 ppm Intentional use

Excluding copper foil and semicondutors on printed circuit boards Resin parts are concerned (excluding parts less than 25 g in weight) Lube oil are concerned

Notes: Contact for inquiries about whether or not each substance is concerned with 2E: Peripheral Products Environment/Quality Planning Div., Peripheral Products Quality Assurance Center, Peripheral Products Operations, Canon Inc [email protected]

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Packaging 3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (Chemical substances prohibited to be included in packaging delivered to Canon.) They are also applied when specified in the specifications, etc., by Canon regarding chemical substances related to environmental labels. However, such cases as each Canon group's delivery site agrees that the material is discarded at a Canon site at the present moment, the rules on use of prohibited substances do not apply to package materials classified under 3A for the time being. 1. Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Decabromobiphenyl 13654-09-6 Flame retardants 3,3',4,4'-bromobiphenyl 77102-82-0 2,2',4,5'-bromobiphenyl 67888-96-4 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 2. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Pentabromodiphenyl ether 32534-81-9 Flame retardants Octabromodiphenyl ether 32536-52-0 Decabromodiphenyl ether 1163-19-5 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN), REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 3. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and specific substitutes Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Polychlorinated biphenyls (All isomers and homologs) 1336-36-3 Plasticizers, adhesives, putty, Monomethyl-tetrachloro-diphenyl methane (Ugilec 141) a) 76253-60-6 caulking, sealing, fillers, paints (excluding waterbased Monomethyl-dichloro-diphenyl methane (Ugilec 121, 81161-70-8 paint), printing ink, and b) Ugilec 21) monomethyl-dibromo-diphenyl methane (DBBT) C) 99688-47-8 carbonless copying paper If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Note: Three substances of a), b) and c) listed above are specified alternatives of PCB defined in REACH Regulation Restriction List. Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN), REACH Regulation (EC) No.1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII)

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3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (continued) 4. Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) Examples CAS No. (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) (All isomers and homologs)

61788-33-8

Application Plasticizers, adhesives, putty, caulking, sealing fillers, paints (excluding water-based paint), printing ink, and carbonless copying paper

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited: (1) Inclusion of more than 50 ppm in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 5. Polychlorinated naphthalenes (more than 3 chlorine atoms) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Polychlorinated naphthalene (more than 3 chlorine atoms) 70776-03-3 Antiseptics for wood, insecticide, mildew repellent, Pentachloronaphthalene 1321-64-8 paints If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN) 6. Tributyl tin oxide (TBTO) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Stabilizer for PVC, curing Tributyl tin oxide (TBTO) 56-35-9 catalyst for silicone resin and urethane resin If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN) , REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33)

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3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (continued) 7. Tri-substituted organostannic compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Triphenyltin fluoride 379-52-2 Antibacterial and antifungal agents, paint, pigment Triphenyltin chloride 639-58-7 Tributyltin acetate 56-36-0 Tributyltin laurate 3090-36-6 Trioctyltin chloride 2587-76-0 Trimethyltin hydroxide 994-32-1 Trimethyltin chloride 994-31-0 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in packaging items Note1: A tri-substituted organostannic compound refers to a tin compound that has three organic substituents, such as tributyltin (TBT) compounds and triphenyltin (TPT) compounds. Note2: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII, added based on the Commission Regulation (EU) No 276/2010), Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 2 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN) 8. Azocolourants and azodyes which form certain aromatic amines Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Pigment Red 8 6410-30-6 Textile, pigment, dye, Pigment Red 22 6448-95-9 colorants Pigment Red 38 6358-87-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Azo dyes/pigments that are in finished textile/leather packaging items and generate more than 30 ppm of some aromatic amines listed in Annex 3A-1 Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 9. Shortchain chlorinated paraffins (C10-C13) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Alkanes, C10-13, chloro 85535-84-8 Plasticizer for PVC, flame Alkanes, C10-12, chloro 108171-26-2 retardant Alkanes, C12-13, chloro 71011-12-6 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII), Regulations relating to restrictions on the manufacture, import, export, sale and use of chemicals and other products hazardous to health and the environment (Product Regulations)

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Cadmium

3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (continued) 10. Cadmium and its compounds / Hexavalent chromium compounds / Lead and its compounds / Mercury and its compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Cadmium 7440-43-9 Pigment, paint, stabilizer for Cadmium oxide 1306-19-0 PVC Cadmium sulfide 1306-23-6 Cadmium chloride 10108-64-2 Cadmium sulfate 10124-36-4 Sodium dichromate 10588-01-9 Chromium trioxide 1333-82-0 Calcium chromate 13765-19-0 Lead chromate 7758-97-6 Potassium dichromate 7778-50-9 Potassium chromate 7789-00-6 Sodium bichromate dihydrate 7789-12-0 Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment 12656-85-8 Red 104) Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34) 1344-37-2 Lead 7439-92-1 Lead carbonate 598-63-0 Lead (IV) oxide 1309-60-0 Plumbo-plumbic oxide 1314-41-6 Lead (II) sulfide 1314-87-0 Lead (II) oxide 1317-36-8 Basic lead (II) carbonate 1319-46-6 Lead (II) sulfate 7446-14-2 Lead chromate 7758-97-6 Lead titanium oxide 12060-00-3 Lead stearate 1072-35-1 Dibasic lead stearate 56189-09-4 Lead arsenate 7784-40-9 Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment 12656-85-8 Red 104) Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34) 1344-37-2 Mercury 7439-97-6 Mercuric chloride 7487-94-7 Mercury (II) oxide 21908-53-2 (2-ethylhexanoato)phenylmercury 13302-00-6 Phenylmercuric octanoate 13864-38-5 Phenylmercury acetate 62-38-4 (neodecanoato-O)phenylmercury 26545-49-3 Phenylmercury propionate 103-27-5 If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Sum of cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead and mercury included in excess of 100 ppm by weight as impurity in homogeneous material Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: Preventing Toxic Substances in Packaging (State of California) , EU Package Directive 94/62/EEC Hexavalent chromium Lead Mercury

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3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (continued) 11. Asbestos Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Asbestos 1332-21-4 Insulators, fillers, pigment, Actinoit 77536-66-4 paint, talc Amosite 12172-73-5 Ansophylite 77536-67-5 Chrysotile 12001-29-5 Crocidolite 12001-28-4 Tremolite 77536-68-6 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII), TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) in U.S., RS814.81 Act of Reduction of Risks in Treatment of Specified Hazardous Substances, Preparations, and Articles in Switzerland (ChemRRV) (Appendix 1.6) 12. Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Heptadecafluorooctane-1-sulphonic acid 1763-23-1 Coating materials for packaging Perfluorooctane sulfonate fluoride 307-35-7 Lithium heptadecafluorooctanesulphonate 29457-72-5 Potassium heptadecafluorooctane-1-sulphonate 2795-39-3 Ammonium nonadecafluorononanesulphonate 17202-41-4 If any following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use (2) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm as impurity in homogeneous materials Reference laws and regulations: Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs Convention), Canadian Environmental Protection Act in 1999; Regulation of perfluorooctane sulfonate and its salt and other specified compounds SOR/2008-974, Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN) 13. Phenol, 2-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl) (Other name: 2-(2H-1,2,3-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Adhesive agents, paints, printing ink, plastics, ink Phenol, 3846-71-7 ribbons, putties, caulking, 2-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl) filling materials (ultraviolet light absorbers) If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: Chemical Substances Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1 Specified Chemical Substances (JPN)

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3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (continued) 14. Dimethyl fumarate Target chemical substances CAS No. Dimethyl fumarate

624-49-7

Application Moisture prevention agents, mildew-proofing agents

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Inclusion of more than 0.1 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: 2009/251/EC concerning prohibition of launching products containing the biocide DMF according to the General Product Safety Directive (2001/95/EC) 15. Halogen compounds and halogen resins Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Brominated compounds, chlorinated compounds, Poly Flame retardants, adhesive vinyl chloride (PVC), fluorine contained resin, fluorine compounds, etc. If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) When added intentionally to plastic materials or used in these materials When the following case applies: (i) Poly vinyl chloride (PVC) articles used as packing repeatedly between suppliers and Canon. The exemption however is not applicable to articles designed anew on October 1, 2011 and after. Example: returnable container (ii) Parts and materials not primarily for performing packaging functions are used as packaging materials. The phrase “not primarily for performing packaging functions” refers to applications other than those for product protection or wrapping (case, cushioning materials, etc.). Example: hologram label, halogen compounds and fluorine additives used in printing inks as coloring agents. This exemption is not applicable when the contained halogen compound is specified as a prohibited substance in 3A. Note: “1. Halogenated compounds and halogenated plastics” are plastic materials including “polymers including halogen” defined in the Blue Angle Eco Mark Standard. Use of these materials in packaging materials is completely prohibited regardless of whether the packaged product is subject to compliance with environmental labels or not. Reference laws and regulations: Blue Angel, Eco Mark 16. Cobalt dichloride (CoCl2) Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Cobalt chloride or Cobalt(II) dichloride 7646-79-9 Humidity Indicator Cards Cobalt(II) chloride hexahydrate 7791-13-1 (HIC), moisture indicator in Cobalt(III) chloride 10241-04-0 silica gel Cobalt chloride 34240-80-7 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) The substance is contained as an indicator in a drying agent. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33, ANNEX XVII)

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3A Prohibited substances in packaging materials (continued) 17. Arsenic Compounds Examples CAS No. (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Arsenic 7440-38-2 Chromated copper arsenate (CCA) 37337-13-6 Diarsenic pentoxide 1303-28-2 Diarsenic trioxide 1327-53-3 Triethyl arsenate 15606-95-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) When used in timber as antiseptic agent Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII) 18. Methyl bromide Target chemical substances CAS No. Methyl bromide 74-83-9 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use Reference laws and regulations: ISPM-15 19. Dibutyltin (DBT) compounds Examples CAS No. (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Dibutyltin oxide 818-08-6 Dibutyltin diacetate 1067-33-0 Dibutyltin dilaurate

77-58-7

Application Wood preservative

Application Wood pallets

Application Plasticizers, paper coatings, inks, stabilizer for PVC, curing catalyst for silicone resin and urethane resin,

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. Inclusion exceeding the threshold given below is prohibited starting from July 1, 2011. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items The above compounds may be included up to June 30, 2014 if any of the following cases applies (deadline for placing on the EU market: December 31, 2014): (i) One-component and two-component room temperature vulcanisation sealants (RTV-1 and RTV-2 sealants) and adhesives (ii) Paints and coatings containing DBT compounds as catalysts when applied on articles Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII, added based on the Commission Regulation (EU) No 276/2010) 20. Dioctyltin (DOT) compounds Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Dioctyltin oxide 870-08-6 Textiles Dioctyltin dilaurate 3648-18-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. Inclusion exceeding the threshold given below is prohibited starting from July 1, 2011. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items in the following items: (i) Textile and (natural and/or man-made) leather articles intended to come into contact with the skin (ii) Two-component room temperature vulcanisation moulding kits (RTV-2 moulding kits) Note: A metal converted value applies to the concentration for the target range. Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ANNEX XVII, added based on the Commission Regulation (EU) No 276/2010)

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< Annex 3A-1

Some aromatic amines generated in the decomposition of one or more azo groups in packaging materials > Some aromatic amines generated in the decomposition of one or more azo groups Name of aromatic amines

CAS No.

4-Aminoazobenzene

60-09-3

o-anisidine

90-04-0

2-naphthylamine

91-59-8

3,3'-dichlorobenzidine

91-94-1

biphenyl-4-ylamine

92-67-1

Benzidine

92-87-5

o-toluidine

95-53-4

4-chloro-o-toluidine

95-69-2

2,4-toluenediamine

95-80-7

o-aminoazotoluene

97-56-3

5-nitro-o-toluidine

99-55-8

3,3'-dichloro-4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane

101-14-4

4,4'-methylenedianiline

101-77-9

4,4'-diaminodiphenylether

101-80-4

p-chloroaniline

106-47-8

3,3'-dimethoxybenzidine

119-90-4

3,3'-dimethylbenzidine

119-93-7

2-methoxy-5-methylaniline

120-71-8

2,4,5-trimethylaniline

137-17-7

4,4'-thiodianiline

139-65-1

4-methoxy-m-phenylenediamine

615-05-4

4,4'-methylenedi-o-toluidine

838-88-0

Note:

The object of control under the these Standards is “azo dye/pigment that generates some aromatic amines.” This refers to azo compounds that generate any of the amines listed in Annex 3A-1 during the reductive decomposition of azo groups. The threshold level of 30 ppm specified in the applicable range applies not to the azo dyes/pigments but to the amines listed in Annex 3A-1.

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3B Use-restricted substances in packaging materials (Chemical substances of which the deadline for allowing the inclusion in packaging delivered to Canon is set by Canon and of which the inclusion is prohibited after the deadline) 1. Perfluorooctanoate (PFOA) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Coating materials for Pentadecafluorooctanoic acid 335-67-1 packaging materials If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is prohibited. (1) Intentional use The deadline for the inclusion of this substance in parts and materials delivered to Canon is December 31, 2015. Note: The deadline for the use is the one defined by the U.S. PFOA Self-Elimination Program. It may, however, become earlier according to laws and regulations or social trend, so please strive to eliminate PFOA. Reference laws and regulations: U.S. PFOA Self-Elimination Program

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3C Controlled substances in packaging materials (Chemical substances requiring tracking of their absence/presence, content, purpose of use, and where they are used in packaging delivered to Canon.) 1. Formaldehyde Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Formaldehyde 50-00-0 Textiles If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Textile products containing formaldehyde of which concentration is more than 0.0075 % (75ppm) by mass Reference laws and regulations: Australia-BGB I 1990/194: Formaldehyde Restriction §2, 12/2/1990 (Textile Products) 2. Diarsenic pentoxide Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Diarsenic pentoxide 1303-28-2 Biocide, metal refining If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items (However, use of the substance in timber as antiseptic agent is prohibited.) Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 3. Diarsenic trioxide Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Diarsenic trioxide 1327-53-3 Biocide, metal refining If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items (However, use of the substance in timber as antiseptic agent is prohibited.) Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 4. Triethyl arsenate Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Triethyl arsenate 15606-95-8 Flame retardant, biocide If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items (However, use of the substance in timber as antiseptic agent is prohibited.) Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 5. Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major diastereoisomers Examples CAS No. Application (Typical examples of target chemical substances) Hexabromocyclododecane 25637-99-4 Flame retardants (mainly used 1,2,5,6,9,10-hexabromocyclododecane 3194-55-6 in expanded polystyrenes and α-hexabromocyclododecane 134237-50-6 certain kinds of fibers) β-hexabromocyclododecane 134237-51-7 γ-hexabromocyclododecane 134237-52-8 If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33)

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3C Controlled substances in packaging materials (continued) 6. Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)

117-81-7

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 7. Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)

84-74-2

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 8. Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP)

85-68-7

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 9. Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP)

84-69-5

Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, paints, ink, adhesive

Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, paints, ink, adhesive

Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, paints, ink, adhesive

Application Plasticizers, dyes, pigments, paints, ink, adhesive

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 10. Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) 115-96-8 Flame retardants, biocid If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33)

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3C Controlled substances in packaging materials (continued) 11. Boric acid Target chemical substances CAS No.

10043-35-3 11113-50-1

Boric acid

Application In wood veneers/ pressed wooden panels as starch additive, flame retardant and stabilizer in aminoplastic resin, wood preservative, as flame retardant in wood, cotton and other plant derived material

If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 12. Disodium tetraborate, anhydrous Target chemical substances CAS No. Application Disodium tetraborate, anhydrous 1330-43-4 In wood veneers/ pressed Disodium tetraborate, pentahydrate 12179-04-3 wooden panels as starch additive, flame retardant and Disodium tetraborate, decahydrate 1303-96-4 stabilizer in aminoplastic resin, wood preservative If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 13. Tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate Target chemical substances CAS No. Application In wood veneers/ pressed wooden panels as starch Tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate 12267-73-1 additive, flame retardant and stabilizer in aminoplastic resin, wood preservative If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 14. 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C6-8-branched alkyl esters, C7-rich (DIHP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C6-8-branched alkyl Plasticizer 71888-89-6 esters, C7-rich (DIHP) If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33) 15. 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C7-11-branched and linear alkyl esters (DHNUP) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C7-11-branched and Plasticizer 68515-42-4 linear alkyl esters (DHNUP) If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (Article 7-2, Article 33)

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3C Controlled substances in packaging materials (continued) 16. 4-[4,4'-bis(dimethylamino) benzhydrylidene] cyclohexa- 2,5-dien-1-ylidene] dimethylammonium chloride (C.I. Basic Violet 3) Target chemical substances CAS No. Application 4-[4,4'-bis(dimethylamino) benzhydrylidene] cyclohexaColorant in plastics or paints 2,5-dien-1-ylidene] dimethylammonium chloride (C.I. 548-62-9 Basic Violet 3) If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in packaging items Reference laws and regulations: Those related to REACH Regulation (EC) No1907/2006 (ECHA Registry of Intentions October 25,2010)

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Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and specific substitutes Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs) Polychlorinated naphthalenes (more than 3 chlorine atoms) Tributyl tin oxide (TBTO) Tri-substituted organostannic compounds Azocolourants and azodyes which form certain aromatic amines Shortchain chlorinated paraffins (C10-C13) Ozone-depleting substances Cadmium and its compounds Hexavalent chromium compounds Lead and its compounds Mercury and its compounds Asbestos Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) Fluorinated greenhouse gases (PFC, SF6, HFC) Phenol, 2-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl) Dimethyl fumarate Halogen compounds and halogen resins Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Cobalt dichloride (CoCl2) Arsenic Compounds Dibutyltin (DBT) compounds Dioctyltin (DOT) compounds Methyl bromide Perfluorooctanoate (PFOA) Beryllium oxide (BeO) Nickel Brominated flame retardants (other than PBBs, PBDEs, or HBCDD) Diisononyl phthalate (DINP), Diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP), Di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP) Radioactive substances Formaldehyde Perchlorates Diarsenic pentoxide Diarsenic trioxide

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Triethyl arsenate Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major diastereoisomers Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP) Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) Refractory Ceramic Fibres, Aluminosilicate Refractory Ceramic Fibres, Zirconia Aluminosilicate Boric acid Disodium tetraborate, anhydrous Tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C6-8-branched alkyl esters, C7-rich (DIHP) 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, di-C7-11-branched and linear alkyl esters (DHNUP) 4-[4,4'-bis(dimethylamino) benzhydrylidene] cyclohexa- 2,5-dien-1-ylidene] dimethylammonium chloride (C.I. Basic Violet 3)

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These chemical substances are included in the “JIG Declarable Substance List” of JIG-101 and JIG-201(Not yet published at the time of issue of this Standard). The above list does not cover all the candidate substances for authorization under REACH. *ii These chemical substances are not included in the “JIG Declarable Substance List” of JIG-101 and JIG-201(Not yet published at the time of issue of this Standard), but are originally added by Canon. *iii ECHA Registry of Intentions October 25,2010

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