Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards

Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards RD-053 Ver. L 2010/06/18 4/19 1. Introduction To promote the conservation of the global environment, Eizo Nanao...

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Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards RD-053 Ver. L 2010/06/18

Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards

June 2010 Eizo Nanao Corporation 1/19

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

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

2.

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

3.

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

4.

Requirements of “Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards” ...................................................................... 5

5.

“Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” for each supplier........................................................... 5 5-1.“Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” ................................................................................ 5

6.

Control of Chemical Substances and Providing Information on Individual Products and Components Supplied ......................................................................................................................................................................... 8 6-1.Eizo Nanao MIS file ................................................................................................................................. 8 6-2.JAMP AIS file .......................................................................................................................................... 13

7.

Eizo Nanao Standard Soldering Condition ..................................................................................................... 13

8.

Address for File and Document Submission ................................................................................................. 14

Appended Forms Appendix 1 Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices ........................................................................... 15 Appendix 2 Eizo Nanao MIS File ....................................................................................................................... 16 Appendix 3 Eizo Standard Soldering Condition.................................................................................................. 18

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Environmental Policy We, Eizo Nanao Corporation, 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 Nanao 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, society, and the global environment. 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 Nanao 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 Nanao 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 Nanao 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 electrical parts, mechanical parts and materials used in the following products: Products designed and manufactured by Eizo Nanao Corporation. Products marketed by Eizo Nanao Corporation but contracted to third parties for design and manufacturing. Products marketed by Eizo Nanao Corporation purchased as finished products. Examples of such products are given below. • Semi-manufactured products (functional units, modules, assembly parts for substrate Assys) • Parts (electrical parts, mechanical parts, semiconductor devices, printed wiring boards, storage media, packaging materials, packaging parts, etc.) • Screws • Components of supplementary materials used in products (tapes, solder materials, adhesives, coating materials)

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4. Requirements of “Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards” Requirements of “Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards” are to have suppliers report their business systems for environmental conservation efforts, assessment results of the compliance with environmental standards and information on chemical sub-stances of the products (parts, materials). We ask suppliers to complete and submit the following three special Formats in accordance with the presence standards.

1)

Survey on Environment Conservation Practices (Format No. RDG-44006E)

2)

Survey on Environmental Information : Eizo Nanao MIS File Ver.1.0

3)

Chemical Substances Survey : JAMP(*) AIS File Ver.3.1

*JAMP: Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium) http://www.jamp-info.com/



We will ask suppliers to submit a “Survey on Environmental Practices (Format No. RDG-44006)” to report their business systems for environmental conservation efforts. Please refer to the Section 5 for more details on the requirements and instructions on completing the format.



For each products (including subassemble parts), materials, and parts purchased as finished products, we will ask suppliers to submit the MIS File and AIS File. Please refer to Section 6, for more details on the requirements and instructions on completing the files.

The contents of the submitted report and information contained in other reference materials may be made public to broaden recognition of our environmental efforts. However, the publication of such information will be restricted to cases in which the information is required for the aforementioned purpose, and will be edited so that the supplier’s name cannot be deduced.

5. “Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” for each supplier 5-1. “Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” We will ask suppliers to submit “Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices (Format No. RDG-44006)”to report their business systems for environmental conservation efforts when starting a transaction with us. We will ask both manufacturers and merchandising companies to submit this format when manufacturers purchase the products (parts or products) through merchandising companies. All products from our suppliers are premised to be compliance with all survey items in the present standards. In case that a checkmark placed in “Not compliant” for any item indicates a request to the supplier from Eizo Nanao to work toward future improvements immediately.

5-1-1. Requested Items 1. Environment management system Please report if ISO14001 or equivalent third-party certification has been acquired. 2. Legal compliance management for chemicals Please report none of 36 legally- prohibited chemical substances from statutes in the table 1 below are used and/or contained. 3. Information disclosure of the use of chemical substances contained in products. Please indicate if Eizo Nanao MIS File and JAMP AIS File can be submitted or not.

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4. Product and parts design for resource saving, energy saving, and recycle recycling Please indicate the activities that consideration is given for the design of the products and the parts to minimize the consumption of resources and energy and facilitate recycling.

5-1-2. Instructions on Completing the Formats Provide the name of the supplier/business establishment, the date, the name and division of the person filling in the formats, and contact information such as telephone number. Please check the items for Categories 1 to 5.

5-1-3. Caution We will ask suppliers to submit this format (Format: No.RDG-44006) when starting a transaction with us and resurveying approximately every two years afterward. Since the standards are subject to change without prior notice due to change in social conditions, environmental regulation changes, and trends in regulation changes, we may ask suppliers to resubmit when necessary. We may also ask to submit additional resource materials and information. [Table1] Statute list of prohibited chemical substances Area Statute All Substances defined by the Annex A, B, C and E of Montreal Protocol 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 in EU electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC) 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 Germany products and subparts that may come into direct and prolonged contact with human skin.) Denmark Formalin Act State of California Proposition 65 [Table 2] Prohibited Substances No. Substances 1

2

3 4

Criterion Intentional use prohibited and Asbestos less than 1000ppm Intentional use prohibited (Applicable to products and Azo dye and pigment forming specified subparts that may come into amines direct and prolonged contact with human skin or oral cavity.) Intentional use prohibited and Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds less than 100ppm *1 *2 Intentional use prohibited and Hexavalent Chromium Compounds less than 1000ppm *1 *2

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

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[Table 2] Prohibited Substances No. Substances 5

Lead and Lead Compounds

6

Mercury and Mercury compounds

7

Criteria Main related Statute Intentional use prohibited and RoHS directive less than 1000ppm *1 *2 REACH Annex XVII (PVC External cable is less Proposition 65 than 300ppm) Intentional use prohibited and RoHS directive less than 1000ppm *1 *2

Ozone Depleting Substances (Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E Intentional use prohibited of the Montreal Protocol) Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) and Intentional use prohibited its salts

Montreal Protocol

REACH Annex XVII Chemical Substances Control Law RoHS directives Intentional use prohibited and 9 Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) REACH Annex XVII less than 1000ppm Chemical Substances Control Law RoHS directives Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers Intentional use prohibited and 10 REACH Annex XVII (PBDEs) less than 1000ppm Chemical Substances Control Law Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs REACH Annex XVII 11 Intentional use prohibited /PCTs) Chemical Substances Control Law Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins 12 Intentional use prohibited REACH Annex XVII (C10-C13) Tributyl Tins (TBTs) and Triphenyl Intentional use prohibited and 13 REACH Annex XVII Tins (TPTs) less than 1000ppm Intentional use prohibited and REACH Annex XVII 14 Tributyl Tin Oxide (TBTO) less than 1000ppm Chemical Substances Control Law 15 Polychloronaphthalenes (Cl=>3) Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law Intentional use prohibited and European Commission 16 Dimethylfumarate (DMF) less than 1000ppm Determination 2009/251/EC 17 Radioactive Substances Intentional use prohibited Nuclear Reactor Regulation Law Aerial concentration: lower than 0.1ppm German Chem Verbots 18 Formaldehyde (Only wood products and Formalin Act textile goods are targeted) 19 Hexachlorobenzene Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 20 Aldrin Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 21 Dieldrin Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 22 Endrin Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 23 DDT Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 24 Chlordane Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law N,N'-Ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine, 25 N-Tolyl-N'-xylyl-p-phenylenediamine, Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law or N,N'-Dixylyl-p-phenylenediamine 26 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 27 Toxaphene Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 28 Mirex Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 29 Kelthane or Dicofol Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 30 Hexachlorobuta-1,3-diene Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 2-(2H-1,2,3-Benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-di-t 31 Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law ert-butylphenol 32 Pentachlorobenzene Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 33 α-Hexachlorocyclohexane Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 34 β-Hexachlorocyclohexane Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 35 γ-Hexachlorocyclohexane or Lindane Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law 36 Chlordecone Intentional use prohibited Chemical Substances Control Law *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. 8

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*2: Exempted Items for RoHS Directive was set in consideration of the technical level at the time of the establishment. The example of the exempted items that would be relevant to our products is shown in the table below. Refer to the original RoHS directive (2002/95/EC) etc. Target substances Mercury

Lead

Exempted Items for RoHS Directive • Mercury in general purpose straight fluorescent lamps (triphosphate with normal life time) not exceeding 5 mg per lamp. • Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes, electronic components, and fluorescent tubes • Lead as an alloying element in steel containing up to 0.35wt% lead, aluminum containing up to 0.4wt% lead and as a copper alloy containing up to 4wt% lead • Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. tin-lead solder alloys containing more than 85% lead) • Lead in electronic ceramic parts (e.g. piezoelectric devices) • Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between semiconductor die and carrier within integrated circuit Flip Chip packages

6. Control of Chemical Substances and Providing Information on Individual Products and Components Supplied We ask our suppliers to submit delivery specifications when supplying components or materials to Eizo Nanao for the first time. We ask that suppliers to complete the forms entitled "Nanao MIS File" and "JAMP AIS File" in Appendix 2, providing detailed information on efforts to comply with environmental regulations and chemical substance information on individual components (including subassemblies), materials, and purchased components. Suppliers must submit these files electronically before submitting the delivery specifications. Please review Tables 1 and 2 in Section 5 above before submitting specific information. Please note that any material to be supplied to Eizo Nanao that contains substances prohibited by regulations in Japan or overseas will be rejected.

6-1. Eizo Nanao MIS File Please review the information in Table 3 below for each Eizo Nanao item number when components or materials are to be adopted by Eizo Nanao. Include the results of this review in the Eizo Nanao 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 Nanao delivery specification—for example, in the case of series components.

6-1-1. Survey Items Please refer to Table 3 for detailed information on Eizo Nanao MIS File survey items. The document entitled "Eizo Nanao MIS File/JAMP AIS File Manual (RD-063A)" available on the Eizo Nanao website provides detailed information on how to use the tools and complete the files. (http://www.eizo.co.jp/company/ecology/green/index.html)

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[Table 3] Eizo Nanao MIS file survey items Eizo Nanao Environmental : All delivering items : Refer to Section 6-1-2 of Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Requirements Standards (RD-053) (Refer to Section 6-1-2 below-mentioned) : All delivering items (except "batteries" and "packaging materials for Eizo Nanao's finished product") : Comply with EU RoHS Directive(2002/95/EC). Cd < 100ppm, Cr(VI), Hg, PBB, PBDE < 1000ppm (Some exempted conditions applied) : Batteries EU RoHS Directive : (or Battery Directive/ Comply with Prohibited substances defined by Council Directive 91/157/EEC. Hg < 5ppm, Cd < 20ppm Packaging Directive) (Some exempted conditions applied). : Packaging materials for Eizo Nanao's finished product (Except packaging materials only for the purpose of delivery to Eizo Nanao) : Comply withHeavy metals defined by European Parliament and Council Directive 94/62/EC (No exempted conditions). (Pb+Cd+Hg+Cr(VI)) < 100ppm : All delivering items : EPEAT Traces of Cadmium shall not exceed 50ppm in homogeneous materials. Traces of Hexavalent Chromium shall not exceed 500ppm in homogeneous (Cadmium, materials. Hexavalent chromium) Both the criteria except the threshold amounts are identical to the RoHS requirement. : Housings (Cabinets and Exterior Cases), Batteries, External Cables, Adaptors(AC Adapters and Conversion Adapters), Panel protectors, Shading hoods, Housings of external speakers, Other peripheral items which a EPEAT user can touch easily : (Lead) 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 (38 substances listed by 18. 06. 2010) Refer to Table 4. REACH : Content rate of SVHC per article by weight is classified in Not (SVHC) -contained, less or equal to 1000ppm or greater than 1000ppm. : 1) Structural plastic parts weighing 25g or more such as enclosures, chassis Information 2) Plastic parts or printed wiring boards weighing 25g or more in LCD module for plastic parts 3) Printed wiring boards weighing 25g or more weighing 25g or more : Type of plastic, Plastic brand name, Plastic model name, Flame retardant type, Flame retardant CAS#, Plastic label code : LCD modules Information : ID code for mercury lamp, Mercury content value (max., average, for mercury lamps and min.), Length of lamp, Number of lamps in LCD module LCD identification code, Size(inch), Panel technology, LCD manufacturing company

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[Table 4] Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern for authorization (SVHC) No. EC Date of Substance name (CAS No.) inclusion 1 204-450-0 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 13.01.2010 2 202-974-4 4,4'- Diaminodiphenylmethane (MDA) 28.10.2008 3 201-329-4 5-tert-butyl-2,4,6-trinitro-m-xylene (musk xylene) 28.10.2008 4 201-173-7 Acrylamide 30.03.2010 5 6 7

8 9

287-476-5 -

Alkanes, C10-13, chloro (Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins) Aluminosilicate Refractory Ceramic Fibres

PBT, vPvB

13.01.2010

232-143-1

Ammonium dichromate

18.06.2010

204-371-1

Anthracene

28.10.2008

292-602-7

Anthracene oil

13.01.2010

292-603-2

Anthracene oil, anthracene paste

13.01.2010

295-275-9

Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, anthracene fraction

13.01.2010

295-278-5

Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, distn. Lights

13.01.2010

292-604-8

Anthracene oil, anthracene-low

13.01.2010

201-622-7 204-211-0 200-268-0 233-139-2 234-343-4 231-589-4 215-116-9 215-481-4 201-557-4 201-553-2 215-540-4

Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) Bis (2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) Bis(tributyltin)oxide (TBTO)

28.10.2008 28.10.2008 28.10.2008

Carcinogenic Carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction PBT Carcinogenic 1), PBT, vPvB Carcinogenic 2), mutagenic 3), PBT and vPvB Carcinogenic 2), mutagenic 3), PBT and vPvB Carcinogenic 2), mutagenic 3), PBT and vPvB Carcinogenic 2), mutagenic 3), PBT and vPvB Toxic for reproduction Toxic for reproduction PBT

Boric acid

18.06.2010

Toxic for reproduction

Cobalt dichloride Diarsenic pentaoxide Diarsenic trioxide Dibutyl phthalate (DBP) Diisobutyl phthalate Disodium tetraborate, anhydrous Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major diastereoisomers identified: Alpha-hexabromocyclododecane Beta-hexabromocyclododecane Gamma-hexabromocyclododecane

28.10.2008 28.10.2008 28.10.2008 28.10.2008 13.01.2010 18.06.2010

Carcinogenic Carcinogenic Carcinogenic Toxic for reproduction Toxic for reproduction Toxic for reproduction

28.10.2008

PBT

231-846-0

Lead chromate

13.01.2010

235-759-9

Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I. Pigment Red 104)

13.01.2010

232-064-2

Lead hydrogen arsenate

28.10.2008

215-693-7

Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment Yellow 34)

13.01.2010

266-028-2

Pitch, coal tar, high temp.

13.01.2010

232-140-5

Potassium chromate

18.06.2010

11

12

13

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

247-148-4 and 221-695-9 25 26 27 28 29 30

Carcinogenic Carcinogenic vPvB Carcinogenic and mutagenic

28.10.2008

10

14 15 16 17

Reason for inclusion

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Carcinogenic and toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic and toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic and toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic and toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic, PBT and vPvB Carcinogenic and mutagenic

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[Table 4] Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern for authorization (SVHC) No. EC Date of Substance name (CAS No.) inclusion 31 231-906-6 Potassium dichromate 18.06.2010 32 231-889-5

Sodium chromate

18.06.2010

234-190-3

Sodium dichromate

28.10.2008

33

34 235-541-3 Tetraboron disodium heptaoxide, hydrate 35 201-167-4 Trichloroethylene 36 427-700-2 Triethyl arsenate 37 204-118-5 Tris (2-chloroethyl) phosphate 38 Zirconia Aluminosilicate Refractory Ceramic Fibres 1) The substance does not meet the criteria for identification as a carcinogen 0.005 % (w/w) benzo[a]pyrene (EINECS No 200-028-5)

18.06.2010 18.06.2010 28.10.2008 13.01.2010 13.01.2010 in situations

Reason for inclusion Carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction Toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic Carcinogenic Toxic for reproduction Carcinogenic where it contains less than

2) The substance does not meet the criteria for identification as a carcinogen in situations where it contains less than 0.005 % (w/w) benzo[a]pyrene (EINECS No 200-028-5) and less than 0.1 % w/w benzene (EINECS No 200-753-7).] 3) The substance does not meet the criteria for identification as a mutagen in situations where it contains less than 0.1 % w/w benzene (EINECS No 200-753-7).]

6-1-2. Additional Requirements (Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements) The Eizo Nanao 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 Nanao products. All components supplied to Eizo Nanao must comply with the Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements. Please refer to Table 5-1 to 5-7 below before indicating compliance in Section 5 of the MIS File. [Table 5-1] Eizo Nanao 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 shall not be used in 2 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. Plastic parts exceeding 100 g shall be made from the same type of plastic material. However, light guides are 4 exempt from this restriction. 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, since 6 these processes complicate the removal of lamps. Instructions for lamp removal shall be submitted.(as figures and text in English) Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the 7 Ozone Layer” may not be used during manufacturing processes. However, HCFCs may be used if use is not accompanied by release into the atmosphere. Refer to URL: risk phrases http://actrav.itcilo.org/actrav-english/telearn/osh/ip/rinum.htm

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[Table 5-2] Eizo Nanao 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. 4 Substances listed in the risk phrases R40, R45, R46, R48, R50, R51, R53, R60, R61 shall not be used. 5 Substances listed in IARC Levels 1, 2A, and 2B shall not be used. The names and CAS numbers of flame retardants for materials of plastic parts shall be reported by submitting 6 an MSDS. Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer” 7 shall not be used during the manufacturing process. However, HCFCs may be used if use is not accompanied by release into the atmosphere. Refer to URL: risk phrases http://actrav.itcilo.org/actrav-english/telearn/osh/ip/rinum.htm IARC target substanced http://monographs.iarc.fr/ENG/Classification/index.php [Table 5-3] Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements: “Printed Wiring Board” No. Requirements 1

Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer” and chlorinated solvents (trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, dichloromethane, and methyltrichloride) shall not be used during the manufacturing processes.

[Table 5-4] Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements: “General Electronic or Structural Parts” No. Requirements 1 2

Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer” shall not be used during the manufacturing process. However, HCFCs may be used if use is not accompanied by release into the atmosphere. The materials of metal parts shall be recyclable. (This requirement applies to simple metal parts such as sheet metal parts.)

[Table 5-5] Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements: “Printed Matters” No. Requirements 1 2 3

The user manual (including ancillary materials such as setup guides) shall be printed on chlorine-free bleached. The user manual (including ancillary materials such as setup guides) is using recycled paper or the virgin pulp considering environment (for example, such as a pulp produced from certified forest timbers). Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer” shall not be used during the manufacturing process. However, HCFCs may be used if use is not accompanied by release into the atmosphere.

[Table 5-6] Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements: “Packaging Materials” (Excludes packaging used to ship parts from the supplier to Eizo Nanao.) No. Requirements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Plastic packaging materials shall be labeled according to the Packaging Ordinance 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. Packaging materials shall be free of PBB and PBDE. Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer” may not be used during the manufacturing process.

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[Table 5-7] Eizo Nanao Environmental Requirements: “Batteries” No. Requirements 1 2 3

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. Substances in Annexes A, B, C and E of the “Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer” may not be used during manufacturing processes. HCFCs may be used if use is not accompanied by release into air.

6-2. JAMP AIS File Please review the details in Table 6 below for each Eizo Nanao item number when components or materials are to be adopted by Eizo Nanao. 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 Nanao MIS File/JAMP AIS File Manual (RD-063A)" available on the Eizo Nanao website and on the JAMP website gives detailed information on how to complete the file. (Eizo Nanao website: http://www.eizo.co.jp/company/ecology/green/index.html) (JAMP website: http://www.jamp-info.com/)

[Table 6] 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) 0T01 ESIS PBT (Sections specifying PBT judgment criteria) IA01 GADSL IA02 JIG [Substances of 101A level A, B] 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 Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium (JAMP). For more details, please refer to the official website of JAMP. (http://www.jamp-info.com/list)

7.

Eizo Nanao Standard Soldering Condition To comply with the RoHS Directive, Eizo Nanao Corporation is implementing use of lead-free solder. Soldering conditions for electronic parts mounted on printed wiring boards must meet the standards presented by Eizo Nanao. We ask suppliers of electronic parts mounted on printed wiring boards to submit an “Eizo Standard Soldering Condition” (RDG-44010) for each part. This inquiry shall be submitted as data for review of the material for adoption by Eizo Nanao. This information shall be appended to the product specifications upon delivery.

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Address for File and Document Submission “Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices” Please prepare a response to the above survey in data file or in writing document and submit it to the contact person of our material purchasing department. “EIZO NANAO 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. 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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Appendix 1 To: Eizo Nanao Corporation

Date: (Day/Month/Year)

Survey on Environmental Conservation Practices Company/Business Name

Tel:

Department/Position of Person in Charge

Fax:

Name of Person in Charge

E-mail:

Name of company to which your product is sold directly (Respond only if your product/part/material is not sold directly to Eizo Nanao):

No.

Judgment Criteria (Overview)

Check Results (Place a checkmark in the corresponding space).

Remarks Response is mandatory if a checkmark is placed in a space with “*.”

1

ISO 14001 Third-Party Environmental Certification Acquired

Certified* Plans to be certified* Not certified

* Date/Planned Date of Acquisition: (Month/Year) Name of certification organization:

2

Non-Use and/or Non-Containing of Legally-Prohibited Chemicals

Conformed(Not contained) Not conformed(contained)

* Substances:

3

Information disclosure of the use of chemical substances (Material Information Sheet [MIS] and JAMP Article Information Sheet [AIS]) Product and parts design for resource saving, energy saving, and recycle recycling

4

Submittable Not submitable

* Conditions:

Considered Not considered

[List of banned substances] (Refer to Eizo Nanao Green Procurement Standards (RD-053) ) No. Substances No. Substances 1 Asbestos 19 Hexachlorobenzene Azo dye and pigment forming specified 2 20 Aldrin amines 3 Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds 21 Dieldrin 4 Hexavalent Chromium Compounds 22 Endrin 5 Lead and Lead Compounds 23 DDT 6 Mercury and Mercury Compounds 24 Chlordane Ozone Depleting Substances(The N,N'-ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine 7 Annexes A, B, C, or D of the Montreal 25 N-tolyl-N'-xylyle-p-phenylenediamine or Protocol) N,N'-dixylyl-p-phenylenediamine Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) and its 8 26 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol salts 9 Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) 27 Toxaphene 10 Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) 28 Mirex 11 Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs/PCTs) 29 Kelthane or Dicofol Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins 30 Hexachlorobutadiene 12 (C10-C13) 2-(2H-1,2,3-Benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-di-tert-butyl Tributyl Tins (TBTs) and Triphenyl Tins 31 13 phenol (TPTs) 14 Tributyl Tin Oxide (TBTO) 32 Pentachlorobenzen 15 Polychloronaphthalenes (Cl=>3) 33 α-Hexachlorocyclohexane 16 Dimetylfumarate(DMF) 34 β-Hexachlorocyclohexane 17 Radioactive Substances 35 γ-Hexachlorocyclohexane or Lindane 18 Formaldehyde 36 Chlordecone [Format No. RDG-44006E]

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Appendix 2 Eizo Nanao MIS File of input_1 Sheet

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Appendix 2 Eizo Nanao MIS File of input_2 Sheet

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Appendix 3 EIZO Standard soldering condition (Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu)

EIZO Item number: (You don’t need to reply this.)

EIZO standard soldering condition is as bellow. Would you please reply whether you can accept our condition of Heat proof or not, and mark (□) in each article. If you have any comment, please put it in each comment space. Also, if your products are not applicable, please mark (□) ”Not Applicable”.

  ( degree) Temperature of soldering C

Reflow soldering condition (1 )P e a k te m p e ra tu re

( 2 ) S o ld e r in g

( 3 ) P r e lim in a r y h e a t in g

T im e ( s e c )

(1)

(2)

(3)

Time

Max.250 degree C

More than 220 degree C 20-50 sec

150-180 degree C Max. 120 sec

2 times

Accept Not accept Not Applicable

Answer Comment if not

Wave soldering condition Preliminary heating Soldering Answer Center of mounted side 260 degree C Accept Comment if not Max.120 degree C Max.5 sec Not accept Max.60 sec Not Applicable Would you please mark (□) in proper box, if an object part, that inserts in a board, is a connector, a jack, a socket and a volume. 1) Even if flux oozing from terminal at the time of flow soldering, it is internal structure to prevent flux oozing. (no defect of insertion and electrical function) to prevent Not to prevent Not Applicable 2) If you reply "Not to prevent" in above 1), would you please mark (□) in proper box. When we apply flux oozing inhibitor to the object part or board at the time of flow soldering, it isn’t possible that body of the part is melted. (the part tolerant of a hydrocarbon solvent) flux oozing inhibitor :K-7-N(D) by Jun-yaku Giken chief ingredient : high purity hydrocarbon, fluoric resin Not possible (not melted) Possible (melted) Condition of hand soldering Temperature Temperature of solder Max.260 degree C

Soldering time Accept Not accept Not Applicable

Max. 3 sec

Answer Comment if not

Condition of bond hardening (Applicable only for Radial and Axial Lead) Temperature Time Answer Accept Comment if not Max.150 degree C Max. 120 sec Not accept Not Applicable [Format No. RDG-44005E-1/2] 18/19

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Solder Materials ( Lead Plating Materials / BGA Ball) If Solder materials contains Bi, please fill in the percentage of it. Sn Sn-Bi (Bi Content Sn-Cu Sn-Cu-Bi (Bi Content Au

%) %)

Answer Sn-Ag Sn-Ag-Cu Sn-Ag-Bi-Cu (Bi Content Ni/Pd Ni/Pd/Au

Described in the spec Others %)

Moisture Sensitivity Level Would you please mark (□) in proper box. Also, would you please describe detailed conditions in specifications. (Storage condition inside and outside dry bag, Storage period of inside and outside dry bag, Baking condition) Answer MSL-1 (The moisture control is MSL-3 Others unnecessary.)

MSL-2 MSL-4 MSL-2a MSL-5 or MSL-6 (Reference standard; Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL) IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020C)

No

No

1

Item name

6

Person in charge

2

Series name

7

Telephone number

3

Item type number

8

FAX number

4

Company name

9

E-mail address

5

Department

10

Date

Please fill all of articles, 1 to 10. If the item is series, you don’t need to reply 3. If you need more space to comment, you can comment by attached papers.

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