Chemical Use in Products
Xerox has long worked toward minimising the use of hazardous substances in our products. In support of this objective, we apply strict internal standards and have deployed requirements to our suppliers governing the use of chemicals in Xerox products, parts and supplies.
The standard, EHS&S 1001: Xerox Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability Supplier Requirements: Chemical Bans/Restrictions and Part Marking, establishes requirements for regulatory compliance, chemical bans and restrictions and parts marking for parts and materials intended for use in electronic products and packaging. The standard, EHS&S 710: Packaging, specifies the minimum environment, health, and safety requirements for packaging of products, parts, or materials shipped to any manufacturing site, distribution center or customer from suppliers or other Xerox locations. All suppliers must meet these requirements as a condition of doing business with Xerox.
Xerox also strictly controls the chemical content of our consumable items (toner and paper) that further restricts the use of substances.
EHS&S 1001: Compliance forms (XLS, 320 KB)
Supplier Requirements: EHS&S 1001: Chemical Bans/Restrictions and Part Marking (PDF, 575 KB)
Supplier Requirements for Chemicals - EHS701 Summary (PDF, 200 KB)
Supplier Requirements: EHS&S 710: Packaging (PDF, 2.2 MB)
Battery Directive 2006/66/EC (PDF, 267 KB)
EPEAT 4722 Public Disclosure of Supply Chain Toxins 2015 (PDF, 30 KB)
EPEAT 4722 Public Disclosure of Supply Chain Toxins 2014 (PDF, 30 KB)
European Union's Restrictions on the Use of Hazardous Substances directive (RoHS)
All new Xerox products meet the requirements of the EU's Directive 2002/95/EC as revised by 2011/65/EU on restrictions of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS).
European Union's REACH Regulation
Regulation 1907/2006/EU on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) aims to establish a framework for evaluating the impact chemicals have on the environment and human health, and for assessing whether the most potentially hazardous of those chemicals should be subject to an authorisation or ban. Xerox expects to be fully compliant with all aspects of the REACH regulation as its provisions become effective and applicable.