Fujifilm Group launches the “Green Value Products” certification program

to reinforce its initiatives for providing environmentally-conscious products and services

July 24, 2018

FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has launched a program to certify its own products and services that meet specific criteria on environmental consciousness as “Green Value Products” in a fresh effort to contribute to the establishment of sustainable society. The same criteria on environmental consciousness are shared and administrated across the Fujifilm Group to quantify the level of improvement in the ecological performance of products and services, thereby clarifying environmental tasks to reduce environmental impact.

Based on its Green Policy (Environmental policy), Fujifilm Group has applied the concept of environmental consciousness to the design of all new and updated products in an effort to develop and supply products and services that contribute to reducing an impact on global environment in terms of entire product lifecycle.

[Logo]FUJIFILM Group Green Value Products

This program complies with the ISO14021, an international standard defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The program defines group-wide certification levels and publicizes products and services that meet certification criteria on the Group's website, etc. Certification levels are “Diamond,” “Gold” and “Silver,” with “Diamond” being the highest level awarded to products and services that use innovative next-generation technology to significantly contribute to reducing environmental impact.

[ Overview of the certification program ]

[Image]FUJIFILM Group Green Value Products
Level Certification criteria
Diamond Products and services that use their respective industries' innovative technologies to substantially contribute to reducing environmental impact
Gold Products and services that reduce environmental impact at their respective industries' highest level
Silver Products and services that reduce environmental impact at their respective industries' standard level or greater

Evaluation perspectives: Addressing climate change, recycling resources, reducing environmental risks such as hazardous substances, reducing waste, etc.

The Fujifilm Group currently promotes the Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP2030), a CSR plan to be achieved by the fiscal year ending March 2031. Focusing on “solving social issues through business activities” and “reducing the impact of our business activities,” the SVP2030 sets out six priority issues, “environment,” “health,” “daily life” and “working style” as well as “supply chain” and “governance,” which are important in addressing the first four issues.

The Fujifilm Group will continue to develop and supply environmentally-conscious products and services to resolve various social issues, thereby contributing to creating a sustainable society.


FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation
Corporate Planning Div. CSR group

“Fujifilm Group Development and Dissemination of Environmentally Conscious Products and Services”

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