EIZO Green Procurement Standards

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EIZO Green Procurement Standards RC02-053 Ver. Q July 2016

EIZO Green Procurement Standards

July 2016

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Table of Contents Environmental Policy ............................................................................................................................................. 3 1.

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................... 4

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Our Goal .......................................................................................................................................................... 4

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Scope of Applicability to Products .................................................................................................................. 4

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Requirements of “EIZO Green Procurement Standards” .................................................................................. 5

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Prohibited Chemical Substances ..................................................................................................................... 5

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Environmental Survey and the EIZO-Designated Forms .............................................................................. . 8 6-1. Survey on Environmental Information .................................................................................................... 8 6-2. Survey on Chemical Substances ............................................................................................................ 11 6-3. Submission of Analytical Data .............................................................................................................. 12

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Internal Management in Suppliers

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7-1. Internal Education and Information Sharing on EIZO Green Procurement Standards …………………12 7-2. Identification Management of Parts Containing Prohibited Chemical Substances …..…………………12 8.

Address for File and Document Submission ................................................................................................. 12

Revision History ..................................................................................................................................................... 13

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Environmental Policy We, the EIZO Group, are aware that our products have a significant impact on the environment. In our product development work we therefore consider friendliness to the environment to be part and parcel of product quality. We endeavor to supply our customers worldwide with products developed to common specifications that meet or exceed the environmental requirements of individual countries as well as our own environmental standards. We are conscious of the importance of environmental preservation as a common issue for all humankind and pledge to do our utmost to protect the environment in all aspects of our corporate operations. 1. We endeavor to constantly remain up to date on and to strictly adhere to environmental laws and standards applicable to our corporate operations and products, as well as other environmental preservation requirements of society at large. We determine environmental objectives and targets based on a clear understanding of such requirements as well as the environmental impact of our corporate operations and products. These objectives and targets are reviewed on a regular basis to achieve ongoing improvement of our environmental management system and performance. 2. At the research and development stage, we pay careful attention to the design of our products to minimize the consumption of resources and energy, ensure ease of recycling, and reduce the volume of toxic substances. Our aim is a continuous raising of our environmental standards. 3. In our corporate operations we give due consideration to conserving energy and resources. We work to reduce the volume of waste products generated by our operations and to dispose properly of all waste generated. We are engaged in positive efforts to promote the collection and recycling of used products discarded by consumers. 4. We constantly monitor the latest information related to the environment through our information network, which includes our overseas facilities and affiliated companies. We endeavor to share information appropriately by disclosing and disseminating details of our own environmental initiatives, and we work with others in common efforts aimed at preserving the environment. 5. We educate all company members and strive to deepen their awareness of environmental matters, while creating members of a team that will be committed to the effective use of natural resources and energy, and to the protection of our global environment.

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1. Introduction To promote the conservation of the global environment, EIZO Corporation strives to achieve environmentally-friendly manufacturing, with the goal of creating a more economically-minded society with a sound cycle of materials use. All of our activities comply with the Environmental Policy appended to this document. We intend to persevere in our efforts to promote environmental conservation while continuing to improve our practices, so that all of our activities will meet the environmental standards demanded by customers and society. To help fulfill our social responsibilities, we have created Green Procurement Standards that will guide our materials procurement. To achieve environmentally-friendly products that generate reduced environmental loads, the parts and materials that make up the products must themselves generate reduced loads. The procurement of such parts and materials is critical to realizing our goal. In addition to procurement criteria such as quality, price, delivery period, service, and technological capabilities, EIZO will also consider a company’s efforts in reducing environmental loads and in pursuing environmental conservation. In procurement activities, we will assign a priority to companies whose activities indicate a forward-looking approach to environmental conservation. In addition to quality, functionality, and cost effectiveness, the environmental friendliness of products, parts, and materials (including packaging materials) will be serve as a critical component of our selection criteria. The understanding and cooperation of our suppliers represent a crucial part of our efforts to provide environmentally-friendly products. EIZO Corporation wants to make this endeavor a joint effort. To ensure the success of our efforts, we ask for your understanding with regard to our stated goals and our social responsibilities, and ask for your cooperation in promoting activities that reduce environmental burdens. We also ask for your continuing efforts to achieve sustained improvements in these areas.

2. Our Goal By granting preferential status to suppliers actively engaged in environmental conservation activities, and by selectively procurement and using products, parts, and materials that generate low environmental loads, EIZO hopes to reduce the impact of our business activities on the environment and to help expand the market for environmentally-friendly products.

3. Scope of Applicability to Products The present standards apply to all electrical parts, mechanical parts and materials, including auxiliary materials such as tapes, solders, adhesives and paints.

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4. Requirements of “EIZO Green Procurement Standards” “EIZO Green Procurement Standards” requires suppliers to fulfill the following three requirements: 1) Suppliers shall comply with the environmental requirements in the EIZO Supplier Code of Conduct (See below) and submit the “Questionnaire on Corporate Social Responsibility Efforts” in accordance with request from EIZO.. http://www.eizoglobal.com/company/promises/supplier/index.html 2) Products, including sub-assembly parts, materials and parts purchased as finished products shall not contain any prohibited substances specified in this standard. 3) For products (including sub-assembly parts), materials, and parts purchased as finished products, suppliers shall submit the EIZO-designated forms (MIS File and AIS File) on environmental information and chemical substances. *JAMP: Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium

http://www.jamp-info.com/

Please see Section 5 and after for more details of 2) and 3).

5. Prohibited Chemical Substances The prohibited chemical substances designated by the laws of various countries are not allowed to be contained in all products (parts or products) delivered to EIZO. The statute list of prohibited chemical substances is shown in the table 1, and the prohibited chemical substances are shown in the table 2-1. [Table1] Statute list of prohibited chemical substances Area Statute All Substances defined by the Annex A, B, C and E of Montreal Protocol Substances defined by the Annex A, B, C of POPs (Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic All Pollutants) Specified substances of class 1 defined by Law concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances Japan and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc. (Chemical Substances Control Law) Japan Substances defined by Industrial Safety and Health Law Japan Specified poisonous substances defined by Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law Nuclear material defined by Law for the Regulation of Nuclear Source Material, Nuclear Fuel Japan Material and Reactors Prohibited substances defined by Restriction of using the specified hazardous substances included EU in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU) Prohibited substances defined by Regulation on the Registration, Evaluation and the Authorisation EU of Chemicals (Regulation on REACH No.1907/2006) Annex XVII (Prohibited substances defined by old 76/769/EEC) Prohibited substances defined by Batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators EU Directive EU Heavy metals defined by European Parliament and Council Directive 94/62/EC Germany Prohibited substances defined by ChemVerbots Prohibited substances defined by Anderung der Bedarfsgegenstandeverodnung (Applicable to uses Germany that may come into direct and prolonged contact with human skin.) Germany GS mark based on ProdSG (AfPS GS 2014:01 PAK) Denmark Formalin Act State of California Proposition 65

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[Table 2-1] Prohibited Substances No. Substances 1 Asbestos 2

Criterion Intentional use prohibited Intentional use prohibited and less than 30ppm (Applicable to Azo dye and pigment forming specified uses that may come into direct amines and prolonged contact with human skin or oral cavity.)

Main related Statute REACH Annex XVII REACH Annex XVII German Chem Verbots German Anderung der Bedarfsgegenstandeverodnung

RoHS directive REACH Annex XVII Less than 1000ppm *1 *2 RoHS directive Leather parts: Less than 3ppm REACH Annex XVII Less than 1000ppm *1 *2 RoHS directive PVC external cable: less than REACH Annex XVII 300ppm Proposition 65 Less than 1000ppm *1 *2 RoHS directive

3

Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds

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Hexavalent Chromium Compounds

5

Lead and Lead Compounds

6

Mercury and Mercury compounds Ozone Depleting Substances (Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E Intentional use prohibited Montreal Protocol of the Montreal Protocol) Intentional use prohibited and less than 1000ppm Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) and REACH Annex XVII, POPs Coated materials: Less than its salts Chemical Substances Control Law 2 1µg/m (Exemptions are set for specific use) RoHS directives Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) Less than 1000ppm REACH Annex XVII, POPs Chemical Substances Control Law RoHS directives Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers Less than 1000ppm REACH Annex XVII, POPs (PBDEs) Chemical Substances Control Law Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs REACH Annex XVII, POPs Less than 50ppm /PCTs) Chemical Substances Control Law Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins Intentional use prohibited REACH Annex XVII, POPs (C10-C13) Intentional use prohibited and Tributyl Tins (TBTs) and Triphenyl less than 1000ppm by weight REACH Annex XVII Tins (TPTs) of tin Intentional use prohibited and REACH Annex XVII Tributyl Tin Oxide (TBTO) less than 1000ppm by weight Chemical Substances Control Law of tin Polychloronaphthalenes (Cl=>3) Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law Intentional use prohibited and European Commission Dimethylfumarate (DMF) less than 1000ppm Determination 2009/251/EC Radioactive Substances Intentional use prohibited Nuclear Reactor Regulation Law Aerial concentration: lower than 0.1ppm (Only wood German Chem Verbots Formaldehyde products and textile goods are Formalin Act targeted) Chemical Substances Control Law, Hexachlorobenzene Intentional use prohibited POPs Chemical Substances Control Law, Aldrin Intentional use prohibited POPs Chemical Substances Control Law, Dieldrin Intentional use prohibited POPs Chemical Substances Control Law, Endrin Intentional use prohibited POPs Chemical Substances Control Law, DDT Intentional use prohibited POPs Chemical Substances Control Law, Chlordane Intentional use prohibited POPs

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Less than 100ppm *1 *2

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Substances N,N'-Ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine, N-Tolyl-N'-xylyl-p-phenylenediamine, or N,N'-Dixylyl-p-phenylenediamine 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol

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Toxaphene

Intentional use prohibited

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Mirex

Intentional use prohibited

29 30

Kelthane or Dicofol Hexachlorobuta-1,3-diene 2-(2H-1,2,3-Benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-di-t ert-butylphenol

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Pentachlorobenzene

Intentional use prohibited

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α-Hexachlorocyclohexane

Intentional use prohibited

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β-Hexachlorocyclohexane

Intentional use prohibited

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γ-Hexachlorocyclohexane or Lindane

Intentional use prohibited

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Chlordecone

Intentional use prohibited

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Criteria

Main related Statute

Intentional use prohibited

Chemical Substances Control Law

Intentional use prohibited

Intentional use prohibited Intentional use prohibited

Chemical Substances Control Law Chemical Substances Control Law, POPs Chemical Substances Control Law, POPs Chemical Substances Control Law Chemical Substances Control Law

Intentional use prohibited

Chemical Substances Control Law Chemical POPs Chemical POPs Chemical POPs Chemical POPs Chemical POPs

Substances Control Law, Substances Control Law, Substances Control Law, Substances Control Law, Substances Control Law,

Intentional use prohibited and less than 1000ppm by weight REACH Annex XVII of tin Intentional use prohibited and less than 1000ppm by weight of tin This requirement is applied for the following use: - Textile articles intended to Dioctyltin (DOT) compounds come into contact with the REACH Annex XVII skin - Wall and floor coverings - Two-component room temperature vulcanization moulding kits (RTV-2 moulding kits). Chemical Substances Control Law, Endosulfan or Benzoepin Intentional use prohibited POPs REACH Annex XVII, POPs Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law - Exterior plastics and coating: Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons Less than threshold of GS (PAHs) category 3 Refer to table 2-2 for more details REACH Annex XVII, GS mark - Exterior plastics and coating about the target substances and of remote control: Less than threshold threshold of GS category 2 Dibutyltin (DBT) compounds

*1: The sum of the heavy metal content of cadmium, hexavalent chrome, lead and mercury present in packaging material shall be less than 100 ppm in a homogeneous material bulk density. *2: Exempted Items for RoHS Directive are set in consideration of the technical level at the time of the establishment. Refer to the directive below for more details about the items. (The items added after the directive are also valid.) However, if the expiration date is set, please complete necessary measures for the items one year before the date. - RoHS Directive http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32011L0065&from=EN

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[Table 2-2] Requirements for PAH in REACH and GS mark (Categories relevant only for toys are omitted) REACH Parameter GS: Category 1 GS: Category 2 GS: Category 3 Annex XVII Materials not Materials not Materials Rubber or covered by indented to be covered by plastic category 1, with category 1 or 2 components that put in the foreseeable skin with foreseeable come into direct mouth, or skin contact up materials of toys contact for as well as to 30 seconds with intended longer than 30 prolonged or (short term skin seconds long- term skin short-term contact) contact (longer (long-term skin repetitive contact) or contact with the than 30 s) repeated shorthuman skin or term skin the oral cavity contact BENZO(a)PYRENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 BENZO(e)PYRENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 BENZO(a)ANTHRACENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 BENZO(b)FLUORANTHENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 BENZO(j)FLUORANTHENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 BENZO(k)FLUORANTHENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 CHRYSENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 DIBENZO(a,h)ANTHRACENE mg/kg <1 < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 BENZO(g,h,i)PERYLENE mg/kg < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 INDENO(l,2,3-cd)PYRENE mg/kg < 0.2 < 0.5 <1 ACENAPHTHYLENE, <1 < 10 < 50 ACENAPHTHENE, FLUORENE, sum sum sum PHENANTHRENE, PYRENE, ANTHRACENE, FLUORANTHENE mg/kg NAPHTHALENE mg/kg <1 <2 < 10 Sum 18 PAH mg/kg <1 < 10 < 50 REACH Annex XVII PAH: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32013R1272&from=EN GS mark PAH: http://www.baua.de/de/Produktsicherheit/Marktueberwachung/pdf/AfPS-GS-2014-01-PAK-EN.pdf

Note: Because GS categories 1, 2 and 3 mean those as EIZO products, if the category is not clear, please contact EIZO engineers. In addition, we may ask our suppliers to submit analysis data by an analysis institution certified with ISO17025 to certify conformance with PAH requirements.

6. Environmental Survey and the EIZO-designated Forms We ask our suppliers to answer surveys on environmental information and chemical substances for parts, materials and parts purchased as finished products with the use of the following forms.

6-1. Survey on Environmental Information The survey is conducted with the use of EIZO MIS Tool Ver.1.3. The EIZO MIS File created by this tool aims to provide the non-containing declaration of legally prohibited substances in different countries, and also to provide the declaration of conformity and necessary information for the requirements of environmental standards related to our products. Please review the information in Table 3 below for each EIZO item number when components or materials are to be adopted by EIZO. Include the results of this review in the EIZO MIS File and submit it electronically. Note that up to 100 items may be submitted as a single data file when multiple components are covered by a single EIZO delivery specification—for example, in the case of series components.

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6-1-1. Survey Items Please refer to Table 3 for detailed information on EIZO MIS File survey items. The document entitled "EIZO MIS File/JAMP AIS File Manual (RD-063A)" available on the EIZO website provides detailed information on how to use the tools and complete the files. (http://www.eizo.co.jp/company/csr_environment/product/green/) [Table 3] EIZO MIS file survey items Target Items and Conformity Conditions Requirement Item EIZO : All delivering items : Refer to Section 6-1-2 of EIZO Green Environmental Procurement Standards (RD-053) Requirements Leagally Prohibited Substances

EPEAT (Cadmium, Hexavalent chromium)

EPEAT (Lead)

REACH Regulation (SVHC)

Red Phosphorus

Information for plastic parts weighing 25g or more

Information for mercury lamps in LCD module

Answer Choices Choose from: - Compliant - Not compliant Choose from: : All delivering items - Compliant : Comply with the criteria of the legally prohibited substances shown in - Not compliant the table 2-1.

: All delivering items : Traces of Cadmium shall not exceed 50ppm in homogeneous materials. Traces of Hexavalent Chromium shall not exceed 500ppm in homogeneous materials. Both the criteria except the threshold amounts are identical to the RoHS requirement. : All delivering items : Trace of Lead shall not contain lead greater than 50 ppm by weight per listed item. Note: The exemption of European RoHS directive is not applicable to this criterion. : All delivering items : SVHC (169 substances listed by June 2016) Refer to the table below for more detail. http://echa.europa.eu/web/guest/candidate-list-table : Content rate of SVHC per item by weight is classified in Not-contained, less or equal to 1000ppm or greater than 1000ppm.

Choose from: - Ensured - Measured to verify compliance - Not ensured Choose from: - Ensured - Measured to verify compliance - Not ensured

Choose from: - Not contained - Contained up to 1000ppm - Contained above 1000ppm Choose from: : All delivering items (however, choose “Not - Not contained applicable (No plastics)” for the item without plastic part) - Contained : - Not applicable Clarify the intentional inclusion or not of red phosphorus in plastics. (No plastics) : Describe the report 1) Structural plastic parts weighing 25g or more such as enclosures, information for the chassis targeted items 2) Plastic parts weighing 25g or more in LCD module : Type of plastic, Plastic brand name, Plastic model name, Flame retardant/Plasticizer type and CAS#, GreenScreen benchmark, Plastic label code : LCD modules Describe the report : information for the ID code for mercury lamp, Mercury content value (max., average, and targeted items min.), Length of lamp, Number of lamps, LCD identification code, Size(inch), Panel technology, LCD manufacturing company

6-1-2. Additional Requirements (EIZO Environmental Requirements) The EIZO Environmental Requirements contain additional individual requirements on prohibited substances and material labeling for each of seven categories to meet the environmental standards that apply to EIZO products. All components supplied to EIZO must comply with the EIZO Environmental Requirements. 9/14

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[Table 4-1] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “LCD Module” No. Requirements Plastic parts weighing 25 g or more shall not contain halogenated polymers or halogenated organic 1 compounds. However, 0.5% or less of fluoride additive for a characteristic improvement is excluded. Substances listed in the risk phrases R40, R45, R46, R48, R50, R51, R53, R60, R61 and any combination of 2 these shall not be used in plastic parts weighing 25 g or more. Plastic parts shall not be metallized or contain molded-in or glued metal parts, except for metal inserts that is 3 separable by cutting, pulverizing or otherwise breaking down the part with common tools. Benchmark 1, 2, 3 or 4 based on GreenScreen assessment shall be described in the MIS file for non-halogenated flame retardants of plastic parts weighing 25g or more. Refer to the latest TCO Certified 4 Accepted Substance List posted on http://tcodevelopment.com/ for the list of flame retardants with benchmark 2 or higher. “U” shall be described for the flame retardants without specifying the benchmark. Plastic parts weighing 25 g or more shall be labeled according to ISO 11469, ISO 1043-1, -2, -3, and -4. 5 Optical components etc, having difficulties to label are excluded. For the light guide, the coding shall be labeled outside the module unit. Backlight lamps shall be easily removable without damage to lamp. Gluing and welding may not be used, 6 since these processes complicate the removal of lamps. Instructions for lamp removal shall be submitted.(as figures and text in English) 7 Specific phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP or DIBP) shall not be used. Refer to URL: Risk phrases http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2004:216:0003:0310:EN:PDF GreenScreen http://tcodevelopment.com/news/greenscreen-for-safer-chemicals-faq/ [Table 4-2] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “Plastic Parts weighing 25 g or more” No. Requirements 1 The product shall be composed of recyclable materials. Plastic parts shall be labeled according to ISO 11469, ISO 1043-1, -2, -3, and -4, with the exception of cases 2 involving small parts in which labeling is technically difficult due to space limitations. Plastic parts shall not contain halogenated polymers or halogenated organic compounds. 3 However, 0.5% or less of fluoride additive for a characteristic improvement is excluded. Substances listed in the risk phrases R40, R45, R46, R48, R50, R51, R53, R60, R61 and any combination 4 of these and Tri-o-cresyl phosphate (CAS no.: 78-30-8) shall not be used. 5 Substances listed in IARC Levels 1 and 2A shall not be used. Benchmark 1, 2, 3 or 4 based on GreenScreen assessment shall be described in the MIS file for non-halogenated flame retardants of plastic parts weighing 25g or more. Refer to the latest TCO Certified 6 Accepted Substance List posted on http://tcodevelopment.com/ for the list of flame retardants with benchmark 2 or higher. “U” shall be described for the flame retardants without specifying benchmark. 7 Specific phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP or DIBP) shall not be used. Refer to URL: Risk phrases http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2004:216:0003:0310:EN:PDF IARC target substanced http://monographs.iarc.fr/ENG/Classification/index.php GreenScreen http://tcodevelopment.com/news/greenscreen-for-safer-chemicals-faq/ [Table 4-3] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “Printed Wiring Board” No. Requirements 1

Specific phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP or DIBP) shall not be used.

[Table 4-4] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “General Electronic or Structural Parts” No. Requirements 1 2

Specific phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP or DIBP) shall not be used. The materials of metal parts shall be recyclable. (This requirement applies to simple metal parts such as sheet metal parts.)

[Table 4-5] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “Printed Matters” No. Requirements 1

The user manual (including ancillary materials such as setup guides) shall be printed on chlorine-free bleached.

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[Table 4-6] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “Packaging Materials” (Excludes packaging used to ship parts from the supplier to EIZO.) No. Requirements 1 2 3 4 5 6

Plastic packaging materials shall be labeled according to the Packaging Directive (94/62/EC) or the SPI-code. Plastic packaging materials shall be labeled according to ISO 11469. Paper (excluding corrugated cardboard) and plastic packaging materials shall be labeled according to the Law for Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources. Packaging materials shall be composed of or easily separable into distinct recyclable materials. Paper, cardboard, and cartons shall incorporate at least 70% waste paper. Plastic packaging materials shall be free of halogenated polymers and halogenated organic polymers.

[Table 4-7] EIZO Environmental Requirements: “Batteries” No. Requirements 1 2

Accumulators used for the power supply shall have a capacity to withstand at least 500 charge/discharge cycles. [Japan model only] Compact rechargeable batteries shall be marked according to identification guidelines for compact rechargeable batteries set by the Battery Association of Japan.

6-2. Survey on Chemical Substances The survey is conducted with the use of JAMP AIS Tool Ver.4.1c. The AIS (Tool) is a chemical substances survey form promoted by Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium (JAMP), and aims to ensure proper management of information on chemical substances contained in articles (parts and final products), and to popularize a concrete mechanism for smooth disclosure and transmission of such information in supply chains. The data created by AIS Tool are referred to as AIS File. Please review the details in Table 6 below for each EIZO item number when components or materials are to be adopted by EIZO. Provide detailed information on material composition and amounts of substances used in accordance with the JAMP AIS File, and then submit electronically. The document entitled "EIZO MIS File/JAMP AIS File Manual (RC062-063)" available on the EIZO website and on the JAMP website gives detailed information on how to complete the file. (EIZO website: http://www.eizo.co.jp/company/csr_environment/product/green/) (JAMP website: http://www.jamp-info.com/) [Table 5] Regulations and industrial standards regarding Declarable Substances JAMP Target management standards Remarks Code JP01 Chemical Substances Control Law (Class I Specified Chemical Substances) JP02 Industrial Safety and Health Law (Substances whose manufacture is prohibited) JP03 Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law (Specified poisonous substances) EU01 RoHS Directive EU02 ELV Directive EU03 CLP Regulation (Annex IV Table3.2 CMR-Cat. 1, 2) Old 67/548/EEC EU04 REACH Regulation Annex XVII [Restricted Substances, exception of CLP Old 76/769/EEC Regulation (Annex IV Table3.2 CMR-Cat. 1, 2)] EU05 REACH Regulation [Candidate List of Substances for authorization] Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) EU06 POPs Regulation Annex I 0T01 ESIS PBT (Sections specifying PBT judgment criteria) IA01 GADSL IA02 IEC 62474 The candidate chemical substances in this survey (including the prohibited substances of Table 2 in this standard) are identical to "substances for management" established by JAMP. For more details, please refer to the official website of JAMP. (http://www.jamp-info.com/list) 11/14

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6-3. Submission of Analytical Data Please periodically create the analytical data of parts based on the provisions of IEC62321 to demonstrate that the concentration of the prohibited substances of the RoHS directive is not more than the threshold value. Please provide them to us upon request.

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Internal Management of Suppliers

7-1. Internal Education and Information Sharing on EIZO Green Procurement Standards We request suppliers to provide the internal education to maintain, retain and share the latest version of the EIZO Green Procurement Standards.

7-2. Identification Management of Parts Containing Prohibited Chemical Substances If non-conformance on prohibited chemical substances such as RoHS non-conformance occurs with parts or products to be delivered to EIZO, we request the supplier separates non-conforming items from the acceptable items to prevent mixing. In addition, if a supplier discovers that it has delivered parts or products that are not in conformance the supplier shall notify us promptly and take appropriate actions with us through mutual consultation.

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Address for File and Document Submission “EIZO MIS File” and “JAMP AIS File” Please prepare a response to the above files in data file (mis. file, xml. file) and submit it to the contact person of our development department who requested your cooperation in this survey. “Analytical Data of chemical substances” Submission procedures will be announced separately when we request it. We ask final manufacturers or assemblers of the relevant part to complete and submit these files pertaining to the design, manufacture, and assembly of the part. We ask merchandising companies and distributors either to request the final manufacturing or the assembling company of the product to complete these files, or to take responsibility for conducting and responding to the survey.

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Revision History Version A

Revision Date May 1, 2004

B

May 25, 2004

C D

June 28, 2004 July 20, 2004

E

March 7, 2006

F

November 10, 2006

G H

January 19, 2007 January 22, 2008

J

March 28, 2008

K

September 1, 2008

L

June 18, 2010

M

December 10, 2012

N

April 1, 2013

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October 1, 2014

Overview of Revised Contents - Established. - Corrected: Erroneous description in “Survey on Environment Conservation Practices.” - Revised: Explanation in “EIZO Standard soldering condition.” - Revised: “Environmental Policy” - Added: Reliability items in “EIZO Standard soldering condition.” - Revised: Harmonization of threshold value in RoHS. - Added: Examples of RoHS exemption. - Revised: Descriptions in figure of JGP-format. - Added: Wave soldering condition in “EIZO Standard soldering condition.” - Deleted: “Declaration of RoHS Compliance” and “Plan for RoHS Compliance” from “Survey on Environment Conservation Practices.” - Revised: Entry process in “Survey of Chemical Substances.” - Added: Respond to PFOS. - Added: Moisture Sensitivity Level in “EIZO Standard soldering condition.” - Revised: “Information for TCO’03” to “Material Information” considering EPEAT. - Revised: “Survey on Environment Conservation Practices.” - Wholly-revised: This standard by the change of “JGP + MI (Material Information)” to “AIS + MIS (Material Information Sheet).” - Revised: The title of this standard to “EIZO Green Procurement Standards.” Revised “Eizo Nanao” to “EIZO” in the entry formats. - Added: DBT and DOT in the list of prohibited chemical substances. - Revised: “Table 2” to “Table 2-1” and a part of threshold value. - Added: “Table 2-2: RoHS Exemption List” - Revised: “Survey on Environment Conservation Practices” from Ver. E to Ver. F. - Deleted: “and resurveying approximately every two years afterward” in section 5-1-3. - Revised: MIS file from Ver.1.0 to Ver.1.1. - Revised: AIS file from Ver.3.1 to Ver.4.0. - Revised: Submission term of MIS/AIS to “the specified date.” - Revised: URL of download page on MIS/AIS. - Revised: A part of contents about EU RoHS and SVHC in Table 3: EIZO MIS file survey items. - Revised: “Table 5-1” – “Table 5-7”, by the addition of prohibited substances on Risk Phrases, HBCDD and PAH, and deletion of IARC level 2B. - Deleted: “EIZO Standard soldering condition.” (However, it is continuously operated in the future) - Change of company name. Eizo Nanao Corporation  EIZO Corporation - Revised: Document number from RD-053N to RC02-053P. - Revised: MIS file from Ver.1.1 to Ver.1.2. - Revised: AIS file from Ver.4.0 to Ver.4.1a. - Added “by weight of tin” in the criteria of DBT and DOT. - Deleted: DBT exemption because of expiration on January 1, 2015. - Added: Expiration of RoHS exemption No.16 and 40. - Revised: Targeted items for lead of EPEAT from “Specific items which a user can touch easily” to “All delivering items” - Revised: The number of SVHC substances from 84 to 155. - EU06 added and IA02 revised in Table 6.

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EIZO Green Procurement Standards RC02-053 Ver. Q July 2016

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July 1, 2016

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August 1, 2016

Overview of Revised Contents - Revised: In Environmental policy, “EIZO Corporation” to “EIZO Group” - Deleted: “Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” - Revised: MIS file from Ver.1.2 to Ver.1.3. - Added: POPs and GS Mark in Table 1 - Added: The following substances in the list of prohibited chemical substances. In addition, some threshold values have been revised. (39) Endosulfan or Benzoepin (40) Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) (41) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) - Added: “Leather parts: Less than 3ppm” for Hexavalent Chromium in Table 2-1 - Deleted: The list of RoHS exemptions in Table 2-2, and added: Link of RoHS directive - Added: Description of requirements for PAH as Table 2-2 - Revised: Table 3 “EU RoHS Directive (or Battery Directive/Packaging Directive)”  “Legally Prohibited Substances” SVHC 155 substances (169 substances Request about red phosphorus has been added “Printed wiring boards” have been deleted in “Information for plastic parts weighing 25g or more” - Added: Prohibition of specific phthalates in Table 5-1 to 4 - Deleted: Hexabromocyclododecane in Table 5-1 to 5 - Concept of GreenScreen has been introduced in the requirements of flame retardants in Table 5-1 to 2, and the URL to Risk phrases has been revised - Deleted: Tri-o-cresyl phosphate in Table 5-2 - Deleted: Requirements for PAH in Table 5-4 - Revised: “Packaging Ordinance” (“Packaging Directive” - Deleted: Appendix 1 - Sample of “Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” and Appendix 2 - EIZO MIS File - Revised: JAMP AIS Tool from Ver.4.1a to Ver.4.1b - Added: 6.3 Submission of Analytical Data - Added: 7. Internal Management of Suppliers - Corrected: JAMP AIS Tool from Ver.4.1b to Ver.4.1c

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