Fuji EnviroMAX - D Super Alkaline Battery - 4 Pack
Fuji EnviroMAX D Super Alkaline Batteries are all around eco-respectful from the way they are made to even the packaging. Fuji EnviroMAX D Super Alkaline Batteries are Mercury, Cadmium, and PVC free, and even the paper they're packaged with is recycled. Fuji EnviroMAX also includes date coding on the package as well. Fuji EnviroMAX D Super Alkaline Batteries have a 1.5 volt, and are ideal for the use of digital cameras MP3 players, PDAs, headphones, remotes, and much more.
Fuji EnviroMAX D Super Alkaline Battery Highlights:
- Power meets or exceeds MOST digital alkaline battery!
- Packaged with recycled paper and PET plastic.
- No ozone depleting compounds used in manufacturing.
Fuji & The Environment
From Fuji's President and CEO on down, Fuji is committed to the environment - and sees environmental problems as one of the key challenges of our time... and their business.
In fact, Fuji has founded two group companies that specialize in environmental measurement/analysis, environmental consultation and recycling.
Fuji also develops environmentally conscious products by conducting product environmental assessment, avoiding the use of hazardous chemical substances, practicing energy and resource saving, and assuring recyclability.
In Fuji's procurement of components and materials, they ascertain whether or not their suppliers are eco-conscious throughout the supply chain. Their suppliers must also construct and operate an environmental management system based on a standard such as ISO 14001, and assure Fuji that raw materials and parts must not contain the hazardous chemical substances designated by Fuji.
Some substances are banned altogether. For example, mercury, cadmium and lead are totally abolished in all Fuji alkaline manufacturing processes.
Throughout the manufacturing process itself, Fuji promotes zero-emissions and mostly eliminate landfill waste and simple incineration. They also promote effective use of resources by recovering, reusing and recycling end of use products. In fact, they have now achieved a recycling rate of 93.3%.
At all Fuji plants in Japan, they achieved zero waste emissions in 2007, and have totally eliminated waste emissions since the end of 2004.
In the area of energy savings, Fuji has reduced energy-consumption-related CO2 emissions by 6% and greenhouse gas emissions by 63%. This far surpasses the goal of the Kyoto Protocol. In addition, VOC emissions were reduced by 29.5% from 2000 levels.
In fact, one of Fuji's key guidelines is to disclose all environmental-related information pertaining to their business activities, products and services, keep themselves in check by evaluating disclosure feedback, and utilizing that feedback to improve their environmental activities.