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Fujifilm Green Procurement Standards Ver. 2.1

January 2016 Ecology and Quality Management Division CSR Division FUJIFILM Corporation

Revision History Revision No. Details Ver. 1.0 Issued. (Japanese document only) Ver. 1.1 1. Revision of the thresholds of mercury in batteries. 2. Addition of the thresholds of cadmium and lead in batteries. Ver. 1.2 Addition of the exemption products for PCB into Table 1. Ver. 1.3 1. Addition of 4 kinds of phthalates into the restricted chemical substances in articles. 2. Revision of the threshold of lead in articles for general consumers. 3. Revision of Table 2 according to that of EU RoHS directive. Ver. 1.4 1. Addition of Table 3 according to EU RoHS directive. 2. Revision of Table 5 according to that of the specification standards for the JAMP Declarable Substances. Ver. 2.0 1.Elimination of the distinction between “Green Procurement Standards for Supplied Goods” and “Green Procurement Standards for Suppliers, and revisions of the Green Procurement Standards relating to supplied goods.” 2.Deletion of the provisions of item 4.(2)① in Version 1.4. 3.Deletion of the provisions of item 4.(2)② in Version 1.4. 4.Deletion of “Measures against noncompliant products” (Item 5.(6) in Version 1.4). 5.Deletion of the “Report of survey results of suppliers (environmental management levels)” (Item 5 . (7) in Version 1.4). 6.Reflection of the revisions to the exempted items under the EU RoHS directive. Ver. 2.1 1. Addition of the following items into Table1 (1)The thresholds of 4 kinds of phthalates as newly added restricted chemical substances in articles in accordance with EU RoHS Directive. (2)The thresholds of chromium VI compounds in the leather articles and articles containing leather parts. (3)The thresholds of Polycyclic-aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in articles that have rubber or plastic components. (4)The thresholds of Lead and its compounds in articles that are smaller than 5 cm in one dimension. (5)The ban on the containing Benzenamine, N-phenyl-, reaction products with styrene and 2,4,4-trimethylpentene (BNST) in chemical substances and mixtures. (6)The thresholds of Benzenamine, N-phenyl-, reaction products with styrene and 2,4,4-trimethylpentene (BNST) in articles. (7)The thresholds of Perfluorooctanic acid (PFOA) and individual salts and esters of PFOA in articles. (8)Deletion of the exemption for the thresholds of Mercury in Batteries other than dry batteries. 2. Division of Table 1 into following 2 sheets. (1)The standards for management of the restricted chemical substances in chemical substances and mixtures. (2)The standards for management of the restricted chemical substances in articles.

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Date of Revision December 1, 2010 July 20, 2011 July 11, 2012 June 14, 2013

May 19, 2014

April 28, 2015

January 5, 2016

Contents 1. Introduction

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2. Objective of the Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard

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3. Scope of the Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard

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4. Green Procurement Standard

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5. Requests to Suppliers

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6. Definitions of Terms

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Table 1. Standards for management of the restricted chemical substances

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Table 2. Exemptions in EU RoHS directive

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Table 3.Exemptions for articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries. P. 16 Table 4. Specific amines

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Table 5. The Specification standards for JAMP Declarable Substances

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1. Introduction Fujifilm Corporation and its affiliates (hereinafter, Fujifilm) are working hard to reduce its environmental impact and to improve the safety of its products and chemical substances by promoting countermeasures against global warming, managing products containing chemical substances and reuse/ recycling of resources . Fujifilm considers meeting these societal demands as an important initiative. We do not regard it simply as a matter of compliance with environmental regulations, but set our own standards for the entire product lifecycle from procurement of resources and components to the manufacture, sale, use, and disposal. The standards for managing chemical substances in products procured by Fujifilm are prescribed in “Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard.” 2. Objective of the Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard The Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard prescribes the requirements and guidelines regarding the procurement of supplied goods. 3. Scope of the Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard The Fujifilm Green Procurement Standard apply to chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, products, packaging materials, and other ancillary materials procured by Fujifilm for products manufactured, sold and supplied to customers. 4. Green Procurement Standard Compliance with all of the following requirements are mandatory: (1) Supplied Goods must not contain any Restricted Chemical Substances*1. Where Fujifilm has set a specific threshold, such threshold must been met*2. (2) Accurate information about contents must be provided so that Fujifilm can ensure compliance of its products. (3) Chemical substances in supplied goods must be managed in accordance with the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products,” which is a widely used industry or equivalent management standard. *1, *2 Restricted Chemical Substances and their thresholds are provided in Table 1. 5. Requests to Suppliers Cooperation is sought with respect to each of the following points to promote Green Procurement and ensure Fujifilm products comply with worldwide regulations: (1) Compliance with Green Procurement Standard for supplied goods The supply of chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other ancillary materials must comply with Standards for Management of Restricted Chemical Substances shown in Table 1. (2) Information to be provided in accordance with the Green Procurement Standard Product content information for chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other ancillary materials supplied to Fujifilm must be provided in the JAMP endorsed Information-Transfer Sheets (JAMP AIS or JAMP MSDS plus). indicating that the materials supplied to Fujifilm are in compliance with the Green Procurement Standard. In addition, when there are changes in the information about chemical substances in the supplied goods and related laws and regulations, the suppliers must provide the updated information to Fujifilm using the JAMP AIS or JAMP MSDS plus information 3

transfer sheets immediately. (3) Management of Supplied Goods in accordance with Green Procurement Standard Management of the chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other ancillary materials supplied to Fujifilm in accordance with the “Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products” or equivalent management standards. Furthermore, a self-audit or Fujifilm audit may be requested to confirm the management status of suppliers. (4) Other From time to time, there may be requests to provide regulatory information for Fujifilm’s products to comply with specific regulations and or in response to Fujifilm’s customer requests regarding specific chemical substances not listed in the Standards for Management of Restricted Chemical Substances shown in Table 1 or laws and regulations not included in Table 5. In such cases, the supplier must provide: ① Certificate of compliance with specified individual regulations ② Purchase specification or agreement including compliance with regulations. 6. Definitions of Terms (1)Restricted chemical substances ① Chemicals prohibited or restricted by law from being used in chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other ancillary materials. ② Chemicals prohibited or restricted by Fujifilm’s corporate policies from being used in chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other ancillary materials that are supplied. (2) Chemical substances to be controlled In compliance with JAMP declarable substances. Concentration of the chemical substances to be controlled contained in all goods supplied to Fujifilm shall be accurately ascertained and managed. (3) JAMP Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium (JAMP). An initiative to promote cross-industrial activities in Japan contributing to the establishment and dissemination of effective and workable mechanisms to facilitate disclosure/exchange of information on chemical substances (components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other subsidiary materials) contained in Articles across the supply chain. JAMP website: http://www.jamp-info.com/english (4)JAMP Declarable Substances The Declarable Substances are chemical substances subject to transfer of information under JAMP protocol. These are substances to be controlled for the prevention of health hazards and environmental conservation, which are selected by all parties involved in the entire supply chain. Refer to Table 5. The updated list of the declarable substances is available on the JAMP website. (5)JAMP Information-Transfer Sheets Information-transfer sheets prescribed by JAMP for the disclosure and transfer of information on the chemical substances subject to reporting and contained in chemical substances, preparations, and articles. The chemical substances subject to notification are specified as JAMP declarable substances. JAMP MSDS Plus: Sheet used for chemical substances and preparations JAMP AIS: Sheet used for articles (components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other subsidiary materials). 4

(6)Guidelines for the Management of Chemical Substances in Products The guidelines issued by JAMP. The guidelines indicate the requirements for the standardized management of contained substances to ensure accurate and efficient management. The guidelines focus primarily on the management of contained chemical substances in the process of converting substances/preparations to articles to ensure that the chemical substances contained in products are managed efficiently and rationally throughout the entire supply chain. The guidelines also cover management of the processes before and after the core process. (7)Certification for compliance with specified individual regulations Documents issued by suppliers to certify that chemical substances, chemical preparations, components, homogeneous materials, products, packaging materials, and other subsidiary materials supplied to Fujifilm comply the specific regulations.

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Table 1. Standards for management of the restricted chemical substances (1) Chemical substances and mixtures Regulation/Substance name Goods applied Thresholds None(Prohibited) Chemical Substances Control Law (Class Chemical substances, I Specified Chemical Substances) [Examples]PCB, naphthalene polychloride mixtures (chloride value of 3 or greater), hexachlorobenzene, aldrin, DDT, chlordanes, bis(tributyltin) oxide, N,N`-ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine (or N-tolyl-N`-xylyl-p-phenylenediamine or N,N`-dixylyl-p-phenylenediamine), 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol, etc. None(Prohibited) Labor Safety and health Law (Substances Chemical substances, prohibited to be manufactured) mixtures [Example]Benzidine, 4-aminodiphenyl, beta-naphthylamine, bis (chloromethyl) ether, amosite, crocidolite, etc. Chemical None(Prohibited) Poisonous and Deleterious Substances substances, Control Law (Specified poisonous mixtures substances) [Example]octamethyl-pyrophosphoramide, tetraalkyl lead, dimethylethylmercaptoethylthiophosphate, monofluoroacetate and its salts, monofluoroacetamide, etc. Chemical None(Prohibited) The Ozone Layer Protection Law substances, (Substances in Group I of Attached mixtures Document C) [Example]CFC, halons, carbon tetrachloride, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, HBFC and methyl bromide Chemical None(Prohibited) Specified Substances According to the substances, Law Concerning the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the Regulation of mixtures Specified Substances (Chemical Weapon Prohibition Law):[Example]21 poisonous substance groups (sarin, soman, etc.) and 5 substance groups that are their raw materials (alkyl phosphonyldifluoride, chlorosarin, etc.) Cadmium Chemical None(Prohibited) substances, mixtures None(Prohibited) Mercury Chemical substances, mixtures Benzenamine, N-phenyl-, reaction Chemical None(Prohibited) products with styrene and substances, 2,4,4-trimethylpentene mixtures

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Exemption Pigments unintentionally containing PCB of 50 ppm or less, and mixtures containing those pigments.

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

(2) Articles Regulation/Substance name Chemical Substances Control Law (Class I Specified Chemical Substances) [Examples]PCB, naphthalene polychloride (chloride value of 3 or greater), hexachlorobenzene, aldrin, DDT, chlordanes, bis(tributyltin) oxide, N,N`-ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine (or N-tolyl-N`-xylyl-p-phenylenediamine or N,N`-dixylyl-p-phenylenediamine), 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol, etc. EU RoHS directive Cadmium/Cadmium compounds EU RoHS directive Lead/Lead compounds EU RoHS directive Hexavalent Chromium and hexavalent chromium compounds EU RoHS directive Mercury/Mercury compounds EU RoHS directive Polybromobiphenyl (PBB) EU RoHS directive Polybromodiphenyl ethers (PBDE) EU RoHS directive Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), Butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP), Dibutyl phthalate (DBP), Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP)

Cadmium Lead Hexavalent chromium Mercury

Mercury Mercury Cadmium Lead Lead

Goods applied All goods

Thresholds Exemption None(Prohibited) None

Articles (components, products) Articles (components, products) Articles (components, products) Articles (components, products) Articles (components, products) Articles (components, products) Articles (components, products)

100 ppm (Cadmium)

See Table 2 and Table 3.

1000 ppm (Lead)

See Table 2 and Table 3.

1000 ppm(Hexavalent Chromium) 1000 ppm(Mercury)

See Table 2 and Table 3.

1000 ppm

See Table 2 and Table 3.

1000 ppm

See Table 2 and Table 3.

1000 ppm

Packaging materials and subsidiary materials

The total concentration of cadmium, lead, hexavalent chromium, mercury shall not exceed 100 ppm

Articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries. None

Dry batteries Batteries other than dry batteries Batteries Alkaline dry batteries Batteries other than alkaline dry batteries

1 ppm 5 ppm

None None

10 ppm 40 ppm

None None

1000 ppm

None

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See Table 2 and Table 3.

Regulation/Substance name Lead

Lead/Lead compounds

Chromium VI compounds

Goods applied Articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries (components, products) Articles are smaller than 5 cm in one dimension Leather articles and Articles containing leather parts

Perfuluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS)

Articles (components, products, packaging materials, and subsidiary materials)

Dibutyltin compounds (DBT), Tributyltin compounds (TBT), Triphenyltin compounds (TPT)

Articles (components, products, packaging materials, and subsidiary materials) 1. Textile articles 2. Leather articles 1. Wooden articles 2. Textile articles Articles (components, products, packaging materials, and subsidiary materials) Articles (components, products, packaging materials, and subsidiary materials)

Azo colorants (generate the specific amines shown in Table 3.) Formaldehyde Dimethyl fumarate (DMF)

Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), Dibutyl phthalate (DBP), Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP), Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP)

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Thresholds 100 ppm(in a component) 90 ppm(in paint, in surface coating)

Exemption See Table 2 and Table 3.

0.05% by weight (Pb)

Articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries. 3mg/kg(0.0003% Artificial leather by weight) of the total dry weight of the leather (Cr (VI)) Prohibited 1. Photographic coatings applied to films, papers, and printing plates. 2. Photoresists or antireflective coatings for photolithography. 1000 ppm (Tin) None

30 ppm

None

Prohibited

None

Prohibited

None

The total concentration of DEHP,DBP, BBP,DIBP shall not exceed 1000 ppm

Articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries.

Regulation/Substance name Benzenamine, N-phenyl-, reaction products with styrene and 2,4,4-trimethylpentene (BNST)

Polycyclic-aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)

Perfluorooctanic acid (PFOA) and individual salts and esters of PFOA

Goods applied Articles (components, products, packaging materials, and subsidiary materials) Articles that have rubber or plastic components

Thresholds Exemption None(Prohibited) Additive in rubber, except in tires

Articles (components, products, packaging materials, and subsidiary materials)

0.1wt%(in a component) 1 μg/m2(in paint, in surface coating)

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1mg/kg(0.0001% by weight of rubber or plastic component)

Articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries. Articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries.

Table 2. Exemptions in EU RoHS directive(*1) No. Exemption Expire date 1 Mercury in single capped (compact) fluorescent lamps not exceeding (per burner): 1(a) For general lighting purposes < 30 W: 5 mg Expires on 31 December 2011; 3.5mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011 until 31 December 2012; 2.5mg mg shall be used per burner after 31 December 2012. 1(b) For general lighting purposes ≥ 30 W and < 50 W: 5 mg Expires on 31 December 2011; 3.5mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. 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 No limitation of use until 31 structural shape and tube diameter ≤ 17 mm December 2011; 7 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. 1(f) For special purposes: 5 mg 1(g) For general lighting purposes < 30 W with a lifetime equal or Expires on 31 December above 20 000 h: 3,5 mg 2017. 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 < Expires on 31 December 9 mm (e.g. T2): 5 mg 2011; 4 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. 2(a)(2) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter Expires on 31 December ≥ 9 mm and ≤ 17 mm (e.g. T5): 5 mg 2011; 3 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. 2(a)(3)

Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 17 mm and ≤ 28 mm (e.g. T8): 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; 3.5 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011.

2(a)(4)

Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 28 mm (e.g. T12): 5 mg

Expires on 31 December 2012; 3.5 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2012.

2(a)(5)

Tri-band phosphor with long lifetime (≥ 25 000h): 8 mg

Expires on 31 December 2011; 5 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011.

2(b)

Mercury in other fluorescent lamps not exceeding (per lamp):

2(b)(1)

Linear halophosphate lamps with tube diameter >28 mm (e.g. Expires on 13 April 2012. T10 and T12): 10 mg

2(b)(2)

Non-linear halophosphate lamps (all diameters): 15 mg

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Expires on 13 April 2016.

No. 2(b)(3)

2(b)(4)

3 3(a)

3(b)

3(c)

4(a)

4(b) 4(b)-I

4(b)-II

4(b)-III

4(c) 4(c)-I

4(c)-II

Exemption Non-linear tri-band phosphor lamps with tube diameter > 17 mm (e.g. T9)

Expire date No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 15 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. Lamps for other general lighting and special purposes (e.g. No limitation of use until 31 induction lamps) December 2011; 15 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. Mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps and external electrode fluorescent lamps (CCFL and EEFL) for special purposes not exceeding (per lamp): Short length ( ≤ 500 mm) No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 3.5 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. Medium length ( > 500mm and ≤ 1500 mm) No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 5 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. Long length ( > 1500 mm) No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 13 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. Mercury in other low pressure discharge lamps (per lamp) No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 15 mg may be used per lamp after 31 December 2011. Mercury in High Pressure Sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes not exceeding (per burner) in lamps with improved colour rendering index Ra > 60: P ≤ 155 W No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 30 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. 155W < P ≤ 405 W No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 40 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. P > 405 W No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 40 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. Mercury in other High Pressure Sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes not exceeding (per burner): P ≤ 155 W No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 25 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. 155W < P ≤ 405W No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 30 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011.

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No. 4(c)-III

Exemption P > 405 W

4(d) 4(e) 4(f)

Mercury in High Pressure Mercury (vapour) lamps (HPMV) Mercury in metal halide lamps(MH) Mercury in other discharge lamps for special purposes not specifically mentioned in this table Mercury in hand crafted luminous discharge tubes used for signs, decorative or architectural and specialist lighting and light-artwork, where the mercury content shall be limited as follows: (a)20 mg per electrode pair + 0,3 mg per tube length in cm, but not more than 80 mg, for outdoor applications and indoor applications exposed to temperatures below 20 °C; (b)15 mg per electrode pair + 0,24 mg per tube length in cm, but not more than 80 mg, for all other indoor applications. Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes Lead in glass of fluorescent tubes not exceeding 0.2% by weight Lead as an alloying element in steel for machining purposes and in galvanized steel containing up to 0.35% lead by weight Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0.4% lead by weight Copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing 85% by weight or more lead) Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signalling, transmission, and network management for telecommunications 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 Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of 125 V AC or 250 V DC or higher Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC

4(g)

5(a) 5(b) 6(a)

6(b) 6(c) 7(a) 7(b)

7(c)-I

7(c)-II 7(c)-III

7(c)-IV

8(a)

8(b)

Lead in PZT based dielectric ceramic materials for capacitors which are part of integrated circuits or discrete semiconductors Cadmium and its compounds in one shot pellet type thermal cut-offs

Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contacts

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Expire date No limitation of use until 31 December 2011; 40 mg may be used per burner after 31 December 2011. Expires on 13 April 2015.

Expires on 31 December 2011.

Expires on 1 January 2013 and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 1 January 2013. Expires on 21 July 2016.

Expires on 1 January 2012 and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on he market before 1 January 2012.

No. 9

9(b)

11(a)

11(b)

12

13(a) 13(b) 14

15

16 17 18(a)

18(b)

19

20

21

Exemption Expire date 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 Lead in bearing shells and bushes for refrigerant-containing compressors for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) applications Lead used in C-press compliant pin connector systems May be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 24 September 2010. Lead used in other than C-press compliant pin connector Expires on 1 January 2013 systems and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 1 January 2013. Lead as a coating material for the thermal conduction module May be used in spare parts C-ring for EEE placed on the market before 24 September 2010. Lead in white glasses used for optical applications Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance standards Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the Expires on 1 January 2011 connection between the pins and the package of and after that date may be microprocessors with a lead content of more than 80% and used in spare parts for EEE less than 85% by weight placed on the market before 1 January 2011. Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between semiconductor die and carrier within integrated circuit flip chip packages Lead in linear incandescent lamps with silicate coated tubes Expires on 1 September 2013. Lead halide as radiant agent in high intensity discharge (HID) lamps used for professional reprography applications Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1 % lead by Expired on 1 January 2011. weight or less) of discharge lamps when used as speciality lamps for diazoprinting reprography, lithography, insect traps, photochemical and curing processes containing phosphors such as SMS ((Sr,Ba)2MgSi2O7:Pb) 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) Lead with PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg in specific Expires on 1 June 2011. compositions as main amalgam and with PbSn-Hg as auxiliary amalgam in very compact energy saving lamps(ESL) Lead oxide in glass used for bonding front and rear Expires on 1 June 2011. substrates of flat fluorescent lamps used for Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glasses, such as borosilicate and soda lime glasses

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No.

Exemption

Expire date

23

Lead in finishes of fine pitch components other than connectors with a pitch of 0.65 mm and less

May be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 24 September 2010.

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26 27

29 30

31

32 33 34 36 37 38 39

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Lead in solders for the soldering to machined through hole discoidal and planar array ceramic multilayer capacitors Lead oxide in surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED) used in structural elements, notably in the seal frit and frit ring Lead oxide in the glass envelope of black light blue lamps Lead alloys as solder for transducers used in high-powered (designated to operate for several hours at acoustic power levels of 125 dB SPL and above) loudspeakers Lead bound in crystal glass as defined in Annex I (Categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council Directive 69/493/EEC 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 Lead in soldering materials in mercury free flat fluorescent lamps (which e.g. are used for liquid crystal displays, design or industrial lighting) Lead oxide in seal frit used for making window assemblies for Argon and Krypton laser tubes Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires of 100 μm diameter and less in power transformers Lead in cermet-based trimmer potentiometer elements Mercury used as a cathode sputtering inhibitor in DC plasma displays with a content up to 30 mg per display Lead in the plating layer of high voltage diodes on the basis of a zinc borate glass body Cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick film pastes used on aluminium bonded beryllium oxide Cadmium in colour converting II-VI LEDs (< 10 μg Cd per mm2 of light-emitting area) for use in solid state illumination or display systems Cadmium in photoresistors for analogue optocouplers applied in professional audio equipment Lead in solders and termination finishes of electrical and electronic components and finishes of printed circuit boards used in ignition modules and other electrical and electronic engine control systems, which for technical reasons must be mounted directly on or in the crankcase or cylinder of hand-held combustion engines (classes SH:1, SH:2, SH:3 of Directive 97/68/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (1) (1)Directive 97/68/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1997 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from internal combustion engines to be installed in non-road mobile machinery (OJ L 59, 27.2.1998, p. 1). 14

Expires on 1 June 2011. Expired on 24 September 2010.

Expired on 1 July 2010.

Expires on 1 July 2014.

Expires on 31 December 2013. Expires on 31 December 2018.

(*1) Refer to the following URL of EU. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2011:174:0088:0110:EN:PDF http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2012:348:0016:0017:EN:PDF http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2012:348:0018:0019:EN:PDF http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0014&from=EN http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0072&from=EN http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0076&from=EN

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Table 3. Exemptions for articles specified by divisions of Fujifilm or Fujifilm subsidiaries. (*2) No. Exemptions Expire date Equipment utilising or detecting ionising radiation 1 Lead, cadmium and mercury in detectors for ionising radiation. 2 Lead bearings in X-ray tubes. 3 Lead in electromagnetic radiation amplification devices: micro-channel plate and capillary plate. 4 Lead in glass frit of X-ray tubes and image intensifiers and lead in glass frit binder for assembly of gas lasers and for vacuum tubes that convert electromagnetic radiation into electrons. 5 Lead in shielding for ionising radiation. 6 Lead in X-ray test objects. 7 Lead stearate X-ray diffraction crystals. 8 Radioactive cadmium isotope source for portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometers. Sensors, detectors and electrodes 1a Lead and cadmium in ion selective electrodes including glass of pH electrodes. 1b Lead anodes in electrochemical oxygen sensors. 1c Lead, cadmium and mercury in infra-red light detectors. 1d Mercury in reference electrodes: low chloride mercury chloride, mercury sulphate and mercury oxide. Others 9 Cadmium in helium-cadmium lasers. 10 Lead and cadmium in atomic absorption spectroscopy lamps. 11 Lead in alloys as a superconductor and thermal conductor in MRI. 12 Lead and cadmium in metallic bonds creating superconducting magnetic Expires on 30 June circuits in MRI, SQUID, NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) or FTMS 2021. (Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometer) detectors. (*3) 13 Lead in counterweights. 14 Lead in single crystal piezoelectric materials for ultrasonic transducers. 15 Lead in solders for bonding to ultrasonic transducers. 16 Mercury in very high accuracy capacitance and loss measurement bridges and in high frequency RF switches and relays in monitoring and control instruments not exceeding 20 mg of mercury per switch or relay. 17 Lead in solders in portable emergency defibrillators. 18 Lead in solders of high performance infrared imaging modules to detect in the range 8-14 μm. 19 Lead in Liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS) displays. 20 Cadmium in X-ray measurement filters. 21 Cadmium in phosphor coatings in image intensifiers for X-ray images Expires on 31 until 31 December 2019. (*3) December 2019. Cadmium in spare parts for X-ray systems placed on the EU market before 1 January 2020. (*3) 22

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Lead acetate marker for use in stereotactic head frames for use with CT and MRI and in positioning systems for gamma beam and particle therapy equipment. (*3) Lead as an alloying element for bearings and wear surfaces in medical equipment exposed to ionising radiation. (*3) Lead enabling vacuum tight connections between aluminium and steel in X-ray image intensifiers. (*3) Lead in the surface coatings of pin connector systems requiring nonmagnetic connectors which are used durably at a temperature below – 20 °C under normal operating and storage conditions. (*3) 16

Expires on 30 June 2021. Expires on 30 June 2021. Expires on 31 December 2019. Expires on 30 June 2021.

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28 29

30

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32

33

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Exemptions Lead in — solders on printed circuit boards, — termination coatings of electrical and electronic components and coatings of printed circuit boards, — solders for connecting wires and cables, — solders connecting transducers and sensors, that are used durably at a temperature below – 20 °C under normal operating and storage conditions. (*3) Lead in — solders, — termination coatings of electrical and electronic components and printed circuit boards, — connections of electrical wires, shields and enclosed connectors, which are used in (a) magnetic fields within the sphere of 1 m radius around the isocentre of the magnet in medical magnetic resonance imaging equipment, including patient monitors designed to be used within this sphere, or (b) magnetic fields within 1 m distance from the external surfaces of cyclotron magnets, magnets for beam transport and beam direction control applied for particle therapy. (*3) Lead in solders for mounting cadmium telluride and cadmium zinc telluride digital array detectors to printed circuit boards. (*3) Lead in alloys, as a superconductor or thermal conductor, used in cryo-cooler cold heads and/or in cryo-cooled cold probes and/or in cryo-cooled equipotential bonding systems, in medical devices (category 8) and/or in industrial monitoring and control instruments. (*3) Hexavalent chromium in alkali dispensers used to create photocathodes in X-ray image intensifiers until 31 December 2019. (*3) Hexavalent chromium in spare parts for X-ray systems placed on the EU market before 1 January 2020. (*3) Lead, cadmium and hexavalent chromium in reused spare parts, recovered from medical devices placed on the market before 22 July 2014 and used in category 8 equipment placed on the market before 22 July 2021, provided that reuse takes place in auditable closed-loop business-to-business return systems, and that the reuse of parts is notified to the consumer. (*3) Lead in solders on printed circuit boards of detectors and data acquisition units for Positron Emission Tomographs which are integrated into Magnetic Resonance Imaging equipment. (*3) Lead in solders on populated printed circuit boards used in Directive 93/42/EEC class IIa and IIb mobile medical devices other than portable emergency defibrillators. (*3)

Expire date Expires on 30 June 2021.

Expires on 30 June 2020.

Expires on 31 December 2017. Expires on 30 June 2021.

Expires on 31 December 2019.

Expires on 21 July 2021.

Expires on 31 December 2019.

Expires on 30 June 2016 for class IIa and on 31 December 2020 for class IIb. Lead as an activator in the fluorescent powder of discharge lamps when Expires on 22 July used for extracorporeal photopheresis lamps containing BSP 2021. (BaSi2O5: Pb) phosphors. (*3) Expires on 21 July Mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps for back-lighting liquid 2024. crystal displays, not exceeding 5 mg per lamp, used in industrial monitoring and control instruments placed on the market before 22 July 2017. (*3)

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No. 36

Exemptions Lead used in other than C-press compliant pin connector systems for industrial monitoring and control instruments. (*3)

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Lead in platinized platinum electrodes used for conductivity measurements where at least one of the following conditions applies: (a) wide-range measurements with a conductivity range covering more than 1 order of magnitude (e.g. range between 0,1 mS/m and 5 mS/m) in laboratory applications for unknown concentrations; (b) measurements of solutions where an accuracy of +/– 1 % of the sample range and where high corrosion resistance of the electrode are required for any of the following: (i) solutions with an acidity < pH 1; (ii) solutions with an alkalinity > pH 13; (iii) corrosive solutions containing halogen gas; (c) measurements of conductivities above 100 mS/m that must be performed with portable instruments. (*3) Lead in solder in one interface of large area stacked die elements with more than 500 interconnects per interface which are used in X-ray detectors of computed tomography and X-ray systems. (*3)

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Lead in micro-channel plates (MCPs) used in equipment where at least one of the following properties is present: (a) a compact size of the detector for electrons or ions, where the space for the detector is limited to a maximum of 3 mm/MCP (detector thickness + space for installation of the MCP), a maximum of 6 mm in total, and an alternative design yielding more space for the detector is scientifically and technically impracticable; (b) a two-dimensional spatial resolution for detecting electrons or ions, where at least one of the following applies: (i) a response time shorter than 25 ns; (ii) a sample detection area larger than 149 mm2; (iii) a multiplication factor larger than 1,3 × 103. (c) a response time shorter than 5 ns for detecting electrons or ions; (d) a sample detection area larger than 314 mm2 for detecting electrons or ions; (e) a multiplication factor larger than 4,0 × 107. (*3)

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Expire date Expires on 31 December 2020. May be used after that date in spare parts for industrial monitoring and control instruments placed on the market before 1 January 2021. Expires on 31 December 2018.

Expires on 31 December 2019. May be used after that date in spare parts for CT and X-ray systems placed on the market before 1 January 2020.’ The exemption expires on the following dates: (a) 21 July 2021 for medical devices and monitoring and control instruments; (b) 21 July 2023 for in-vitro diagnostic medical devices; (c) 21 July 2024 for industrial monitoring and control instruments.

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Exemptions Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC for industrial monitoring and control instruments. (*3)

Expire date Expires on 31 December 2020. May be used after that date in spare parts for industrial monitoring and control instruments placed on the market before 1 January 2021.

*2) Exemptions specific to medical devices and monitoring and control instruments in EU RoHS directive. Refer to the following URL of EU. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2011:174:0088:0110:EN:PDF *3) Refer to following URL of EU 12: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0061:0062:EN:PDF 21: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0047:0048:EN:PDF 22: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0049:0050:EN:PDF 23: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0045:0046:EN:PDF 24: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0051:0052:EN:PDF 25: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0055:0056:EN:PDF 26: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0053:0054:EN:PDF 27: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0057:0058:EN:PDF 28: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0059:0060:EN:PDF 29: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0063:0064:EN:PDF 30: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0065:0066:EN:PDF 31: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0073:0074:EN:PDF 32: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0067:0068:EN:PDF 33: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0069:0070:EN:PDF 34: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2014:004:0075:0076:EN:PDF 35: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0075&from=EN 36: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0074&from=EN 37: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0073&from=EN 38: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0071&from=EN 39: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0070&from=EN 40: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0069&from=EN

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Table 4.Specific amines Specific amines Biphenyl-4-ylamine Benzidine 4-chloro-o-toluidine 2-naphthylamine o-aminoazotoluene 5-nitro-o-toluidine 4-chloroaniline 4-methoxy-m-phenylenediamine 4, 4'-methylenedianiline 3, 3'-dichlorobenzidine 3, 3'-dimethoxybenzidine 3, 3'-dimethylbenzidine 4, 4'-methylenedi-o-toluidine 6-methoxy-m-toluidine 4, 4'-methylene-bis(2-chloroaniline) 4, 4'-oxydianiline 4, 4'-thiodianiline o-toluidine 4-methyl-m-phenylenediamine 2, 4, 5-trimethylaniline o-anisidine 4-amino azobenzene

CAS-No. 92-67-1 92-87-5 95-69-2 91-59-8 97-56-3 99-55-8 106-47-8 615-05-4 101-77-9 91-94-1 119-90-4 119-93-7 838-88-0 120-71-8 101-14-4 101-80-4 139-65-1 95-53-4 95-80-7 137-17-7 90-04-0 60-09-3

Table 5. The Specification standards for JAMP Declarable Substances The Specification standards for JAMP Declarable Substances Chemical Substances Control law [Class I Specified Chemical Substances] Industry safety and Health Law [Substances whose manufacture is prohibited] Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law [Specified poisonous substances] RoHS Directive ELV Directive CLP Regulation [Annex VI Table3.2 CMR-Cat. 1, 2] REACH Regulation [Restricted Substances in Annex XVII] REACH Regulation [Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) for authorization] REACH POPs Regulation Annex I ESIS PBT [Sections Specifying PBT judgment criteria] GADSL(Global Automotive Declarable Substance List) IEC62474

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