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Refrigeration AppliancesAnimal testing - Alternative approachesCalculate B1 as the mass of refrigerants purchased from companies that minimize animal testing on their refrigerants divided by the total mass of refrigerants purchased, then multiply by 100. Include in your calculation refrigerants supplied by external and internal suppliers._x000D_
"Companies that minimize animal testing" are defined as those who never use animal testing for refrigerant toxicity endpoints where legally sanctioned validated alternatives exist or where there is no legal requirement to do so._x000D_
Determine relevant toxicity endpoints and their validation status according to local and regional regulatory agencies or authorities. A starting point for understanding relevant toxicity endpoints and animal alternatives along with their validation status can be found at AltTox.org - Toxicity Endpoints & Tests listed in the Background Information. Information on which animal tests were performed on a given refrigerant can often be found on product safety data sheets._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Japanese Center for Validation of Alternative Methods (JaCVAM)JaCVAM is an institute that is dedicated to the promotion of the reduction, refinement, and replacement of animal testing used to justify chemical safety in Japan. This mission is achieved in part through international collaboration.https://www.jacvam.jp/en/index.htmlThe Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Validation of Alternative Methods (ICCVAM)ICCVAM is an interagency committee composed of representatives from 15 U.S. federal regulatory and research agencies that require, use, generate, or disseminate toxicological and safety testing information used to determine the safety or potential adverse health effects of chemicals and products to which workers and consumers may be exposed.https://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/whatwestudy/niceatm/iccvam/index.htmlEuropean Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM)EURL ECVAM is dedicated to the advancement of animal testing alternatives by promoting non-animal alternatives through scientific research, validation, and independent evaluation. ECVAM’s ultimate goal is enhanced safety at multiple life cycle stages with decreased reliance on animal testing.https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/eurl/ecvamAltTox.org - Toxicity Endpoints & TestsAltTox.org is dedicated to the exchange of information associated with non-animal methods of toxicity testing. The Toxicity Endpoints & Tests site provides an overview of applicable toxicity endpoints and non-animal alternatives along with their validation status.http://alttox.org/mapp/toxicity-endpoints-tests/
Washing AppliancesCold water washThis question only applies to washing machines. _x000D_
Calculate D1 as the number of units sold that default to a cold-water-wash program divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
"Cold water wash" means that the initial water temperature for the wash cycle is 65oF-85oF, as indicated by the clothing care label symbol and text for "machine wash cold".
ASTM Standard Guide for Care Symbols for Care Instructions on Textile ProductsThe section "Significance and Use" provides a guide to a system of symbols used for communicating care instructions for textile products that is simple, space-saving, in an easily understood pictorial format that is not language dependent.https://www.astm.org/Standards/D5489.htmI prefer 30The "I prefer 30" campaign is a consumer-facing European initiative to encourage consumers to set their machines to a cold water wash setting.https://iprefer30.eu/
Refrigeration AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above._x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Washing AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above._x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Automotive Audio and VideoConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Automotive ElectronicsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Computer Drives and StorageConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Electronics Chargers and AdaptersConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Other Office Electronics and AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Power Strips and CablesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Wearable ElectronicsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Audio and Video Peripherals and AccessoriesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
CamerasConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Computer and Gaming Peripherals and AccessoriesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
ComputersConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
DisplaysConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Electric Toothbrushes and Powered Oral Care ProductsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Entertainment ElectronicsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Home Care AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Kitchen AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Mobile ElectronicsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Networking EquipmentConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Other ElectronicsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Other Small AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Personal Care AppliancesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Printers and ScannersConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Security ElectronicsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
TelevisionsConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardTHESIS Help Center Video: Conflict minerals KPIShort video tutorial on the Conflict minerals KPI. Use case-sensitive password 'thesis' when prompted.https://vimeo.com/531017273Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Video Game ConsolesConflict mineralsCalculate D1 as the total number of validated smelters, divided by the total number of smelters, then multiply by 100. Include all smelters identified as supplying some portion of the tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold in your products. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
To be considered conflict-free, smelters must have a valid certification established or confirmed in the previous 12-month period as defined above. _x000D_
Smelters may be validated through any internationally recognized body, such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), Responsible Jewellery Council, ITA Responsible Tin Supply Group, or the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) chain-of-custody certificationThe Responsible Jewellery Council is a standard-setting and certification organization that has developed an ISEAL-accredited chain-of-custody certification program for use by the jewellery industry and manufacturers, which applies to gold and platinum group metals.https://www.responsiblejewellery.com/rjc-certification/Better Sourcing ProgramThe Better Sourcing Program (BSP) provides a technology-based communications solution to allow global organizations to source artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) ores through upstream due diligence, auditing and risk management.https://www.rcsglobal.com/bettersourcing/ITA Responsible Tin Supply GroupThe International Tin Association (ITA) has convened the Responsible Tin Supply Group (RTS) to enable organizations to source cassiterite (ore from which tin is derived) from responsible supply chain actors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries while meeting due diligence guidance developed by the UN and OECD and required by national laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act.https://www.internationaltin.org/rts-group/World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold StandardAs part of their activities to support socially-responsible gold mining, the World Gold Council has developed the World Gold Council Conflict-Free Gold Standard to provide guidance to companies on responsible mining practices.https://www.gold.org/about-gold/gold-supply/responsible-gold/conflict-free-gold-standardResponsible Minerals Initiative (RMI)Formerly known as the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) is a joint effort between the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and GeSI to establish supply chain transparency tools, resources and training to assist organizations in responsibly sourcing conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. Of note is their Responsible Minerals Assurance Process, which enables auditing and assessment of smelters for responsible ore sourcing and provides a centralized database for tracking smelter performance.http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals TradeAccording to the website, "The Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) is a joint initiative among governments, companies, and civil society to support supply chain solutions to conflict minerals challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes Region (GLR) of Central Africa."http://www.resolv.org/site-ppa/OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk AreasOrganization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has developed due diligence guidelines for organizations to implement when sourcing minerals from conflict regions, including but not limited to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. These guidelines have become normative in the industry and can be used to demonstrate due diligence under national and regional laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and the European Commission draft proposal for supply chain due diligence for conflict minerals.http://www.oecd.org/daf/inv/mne/mining.htmThe London Bullion Market Association Good Delivery ListsAccording to their website, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) produces "Good Delivery Lists for gold and silver bars; detailing the names of accredited refiners, their listing date and the marking details of their bars."http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-listConflict minerals
Refrigeration AppliancesElectricity consumption - Product useThis question addresses only products that are certifiable under an in-force ENERGY STAR® product specification._x000D_
Calculate C1 as the total number of product units sold that qualified for ENERGY STAR certification divided by the total number of product units sold, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Products must be certified to the version of the ENERGY STAR specification that was in force when the product was manufactured. Products may also be counted toward this percentage if they meet the criteria and are tested according to the methodology provided in the appropriate specification or standard, even if they are not certified as such._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products
Electric Toothbrushes and Powered Oral Care ProductsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Energy efficiency attributesPower management features
Home Care AppliancesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Energy efficiency attributesPower management features
Kitchen AppliancesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Energy efficiency attributesPower management features
Mobile ElectronicsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Energy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Other Small AppliancesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Energy efficiency attributesPower management features
Personal Care AppliancesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
Energy efficiency attributesPower management features
Audio and Video Peripherals and AccessoriesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Automotive Audio and VideoEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Automotive ElectronicsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
CamerasEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Computer Drives and StorageEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Computer and Gaming Peripherals and AccessoriesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Electronics Chargers and AdaptersEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Entertainment ElectronicsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Networking EquipmentEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Other ElectronicsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Other Office Electronics and AppliancesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Power Strips and CablesEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Security ElectronicsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® Qualified Set-top Boxes ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Set-top Boxes include benchmarks for product performance levels as well as incentives to enable "Deep Sleep Mode" for these products. The requirements became effective on September 1, 2011.https://www.energystar.gov/products/electronics/set_top_boxes_cable_boxes/partnersENERGY STAR® Qualified Small Network Equipment (SNE)ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Small Network Equipment Version 1.0 include benchmarks for low-traffic rate efficiency as well as incentives to enable "Energy Efficiency Ethernet and External Network Proxy" functionality. The requirements became effective on September 3, 2013.https://www.energystar.gov/products/data_center_equipment/small_network_equipment/partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use PhaseEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Wearable ElectronicsEnergy efficiency - Use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of units that meet the criteria for this question, divided by the total number of units sold, then multiply by 100. Include all units that were shipped with power management or energy efficiency attributes enabled, regardless of whether required by law. Products that are certified to a current in-force version of ENERGY STAR® or an equivalent third-party certified energy efficiency standard count toward this question._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy efficiency attributesPower management features
Video Game ConsolesEnergy savings in use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of product units sold that were certified, divided by the total number of product units sold in this category, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Include only products certified to the version of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Recognition for Game Consoles standard that was in force when the product was manufactured._x000D_
In markets not actively participating in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Recognition for Game Consoles program, products may be counted toward this percentage if they meet the criteria, even if they are not certified._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Recognition for Game Consoles The EPA has developed a voluntary recognition program for game consoles to help improve the energy efficiency of these devices. https://www.energystar.gov/sites/default/files/specs//private/Final%20Version%201%200%20EPA%20Voluntary%20Criteria%20for%20Energy%20Efficient%20Game%20Consoles.pdf
ComputersEnergy savings in use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of product units that were sold that had ENERGY STAR® certification, divided by the total number of product units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include only products certified to the version of the ENERGY STAR standard that was in force when the product was manufactured._x000D_
In markets not actively participating in the ENERGY STAR program (i.e., the United States and countries listed as ENERGY STAR International Partners), products may be counted toward this percentage if they meet the criteria in the appropriate ENERGY STAR standard, even if they are not ENERGY STAR-certified. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use Phase
DisplaysEnergy savings in use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of product units that were sold that had ENERGY STAR® certification, divided by the total number of product units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include only products certified to the version of the ENERGY STAR standard that was in force when the product was manufactured._x000D_
In markets not actively participating in the ENERGY STAR program (i.e., the United States and countries listed as ENERGY STAR International Partners), products may be counted toward this percentage if they meet the criteria in the appropriate ENERGY STAR standard, even if they are not ENERGY STAR-certified. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use Phase
Printers and ScannersEnergy savings in use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of product units that were sold that had ENERGY STAR® certification, divided by the total number of product units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include only products certified to the version of the ENERGY STAR standard that was in force when the product was manufactured._x000D_
In markets not actively participating in the ENERGY STAR program (i.e., the United States and countries listed as ENERGY STAR International Partners), products may be counted toward this percentage if they meet the criteria in the appropriate ENERGY STAR standard, even if they are not ENERGY STAR-certified. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use Phase
TelevisionsEnergy savings in use phaseCalculate B1 as the total number of product units that were sold that had ENERGY STAR® certification, divided by the total number of product units sold in this category, then multiply by 100. Include only products certified to the version of the ENERGY STAR standard that was in force when the product was manufactured._x000D_
In markets not actively participating in the ENERGY STAR program (i.e., the United States and countries listed as ENERGY STAR International Partners), products may be counted toward this percentage if they meet the criteria in the appropriate ENERGY STAR standard, even if they are not ENERGY STAR-certified. _x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified ProductsAccording to their website, "The ENERGY STAR label was established to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused by the inefficient use of energy and make it easy for consumers to identify and purchase energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance, features, and comfort." Standards are established by ENERGY STAR through a multi-stakeholder process and administered under the US EPA.https://www.energystar.gov/products/specENERGY STAR® International PartnersThe EPA enters into agreements with foreign governments to use and/or recognize the ENERGY STAR standards and mark to help unify voluntary energy-efficiency initiatives globally.https://www.energystar.gov/partner_resources/international_partnersEnergy Efficiency - Use Phase
Automotive Audio and VideoF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Automotive ElectronicsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Computer Drives and StorageF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Electronics Chargers and AdaptersF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Other Office Electronics and AppliancesF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Power Strips and CablesF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Wearable ElectronicsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, that meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
In the rare circumstance that a facility uses no F-GHGs in any process for any component in products included in this category, that facility may be counted as having 100% abatement._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld Semiconductor Council - Best Practice Guidance of PFC Emission ReductionThe World Semiconductor Council has developed a set of best known practices related to reducing fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions from equipment and manufacturing processes to support their members in efforts to meet their voluntary perfluoro-compound emission reduction targets.http://www.semiconductorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Best-Practice-Guidance-of-PFC-Emission-Reduction.pdfWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Audio and Video Peripherals and AccessoriesF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
CamerasF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Computer and Gaming Peripherals and AccessoriesF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
ComputersF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
DisplaysF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Entertainment ElectronicsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Mobile ElectronicsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Networking EquipmentF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Other ElectronicsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Printers and ScannersF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Security ElectronicsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
TelevisionsF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyCenter for Corporate Climate LeadershipAccording to this website, "The EPA's Center for Corporate Climate Leadership seeks to highlight activities to reduce supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the sector level." The first efforts to be highlighted within the electronics industry are the efforts by suppliers to reduce F-GHGs during manufacturing of flat panel display in the electronics sector.https://www.epa.gov/climateleadershipGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsWorld LCD Industry Cooperation CommitteeThe "principal mission of WLICC is to address efforts and share understanding on issues concerning environmental protection and resource recycling within the LCD industry." In 2010, the organization published results of their member's F-GHG reduction efforts.http://home.jeita.or.jp/device/committee/kankyou/pdf/20111110WLICG_e.pdfFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Video Game ConsolesF-GHG emission tracking and reportingCalculate percentage of components, by units procured for products in this category, which meet the criteria for this question as the number of suppliers that abate all F-GHGs in at least 50% of their facilities divided by the total number of suppliers responsible for all relevant components and multiply the result by 100. For example: if four suppliers provide all relevant components and one does nothing, one abates only PFCs, and the remaining 2 abate all gases in 40% and 70% of their facilities, respectively, the correct percentage is 25% because only one supplier meets both criteria._x000D_
Relevant components specifically refer to flat panel displays and semiconductor electronic components or devices whose manufacture is known to use and emit fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs), namely during etch and chamber clean processes. _x000D_
Abate all F-GHG emissions means that the component supplier abates all of the following F-GHGs in at least half of their facilities that manufacture relevant components for this product category: perfluorocarbons (PFCs), trifluoromethane (CHF3 or HFCs), nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
European Semiconductor Industry - PFC Emission ReductionThe European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) has provided information regarding successful PFC emissions reduction programs in Europe, and steps the industry is taking beyond its voluntary 2010 reduction goals.https://www.eusemiconductors.eu/esia/public-policy/sustainability-esh/pfc-gasesPFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor IndustryThe United States Environmental Protection Agency supports the voluntary efforts to reduce fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions from semiconductor industry through the PFC Reduction/Climate Partnership for the Semiconductor Industry.https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/overview-greenhouse-gases#f-gasesUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE)The Protocol for Measuring Destruction or Removal Efficiency (DRE) of Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Abatement Equipment in Electronics Manufacturing was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a standard approach to measure F-GHG emissions at the point of abatement in the electronics component manufacturing facility.https://www.epa.gov/f-gas-partnership-programs/epas-protocol-measuring-destruction-or-removal-efficiencyGHG Protocol Calculation Tools - SemiconductorsThe GHG Protocol calculation tool for the semiconductor industry provides guidance on how to assess and account for PFC emissions during semiconductor wafer production and processing.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsFluorinated greenhouse gases (F-GHGs)Manufacturing facility partnersComponent supplier
Refrigeration AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Insulation supplyThis question covers greenhouse gas emissions for suppliers of isocyanates and polyols to polyurethane and polyisocyanurate foam manufacturers, whether these are internal or external suppliers to the foam manufacturer. _x000D_
Calculate C1 as the mass purchased from insulation suppliers whose raw materials suppliers report their emissions divided by total mass purchased from all foam suppliers, then multiply by 100. For the mass of a manufacturer's product to count toward C1, they must have visibility on whether at least 50% of their raw material suppliers are reporting greenhouse gas emissions. _x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Refrigeration AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Metal supplyScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). Included in scope are facilities in your supply chain that perform casting or forming of aluminum and steel, including that which is embedded in finished components, such as motors.
Calculate B1 as the mass purchased from metal suppliers that reported emissions divided by total mass purchased from all metal suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Washing AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Metal supplyScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). Included in scope are facilities in your supply chain that perform casting or forming of aluminum and steel, including that which is embedded in finished components, such as motors.
Calculate B1 as the mass purchased from metal suppliers that reported emissions divided by total mass purchased from all metal suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse gas
Refrigeration AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Refrigerants and blowing agentsInclude data for any products you manufacture as well as those produced by final manufacturing facilities not within your organization’s financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers)._x000D_
Calculate B1 by first multiplying the mass, in kilograms, of each refrigerant used in your products by its global warming potential, then summing these values. Divide the sum by the total mass, in kilograms, of products you manufactured in this category. The resulting value will already be expressed in the appropriate units of kg CO2e per kilogram of product. Use 100-year global warming potential values as provided in Table 8.A.1 of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) 2013 Working Group 1: "Lifetimes, Radiative Efficiencies and Metric Values." Another source may be used only if values for a particular refrigerant are not provided by the IPCC report. This calculation is similar to that described in Annex C.5 of the ANSI/AHAM 7001-2015 standard. _x000D_
Calculate B2 as the mass of refrigerants and blowing agents for which global warming potential data is being reported divided by the total mass of refrigerants and blowing agents used._x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
ANSI-AHAM 7001-2015This ANSI-AHAM sustainability standard is used to evaluate the environmental sustainability of household refrigeration appliances across the product life cycle.https://www.aham.org/ItemDetail?iProductCode=10001&Category=SUSSTDIPCC Fifth Assessment ReportThe International Panel on Climate Change's Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) provides information on the scientific, technical, and socio-economic impacts of climate change.http://www.ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/publications_and_data_reports.shtmlGreenhouse gas
Audio and Video Peripherals and AccessoriesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
CamerasGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Computer and Gaming Peripherals and AccessoriesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
ComputersGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
DisplaysGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Electric Toothbrushes and Powered Oral Care ProductsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Entertainment ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Home Care AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Kitchen AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Mobile ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Networking EquipmentGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Other ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Other Small AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Personal Care AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Printers and ScannersGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Security ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
TelevisionsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Video Game ConsolesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Printer InkGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015).
Calculate B1 as the total procurement spend on ingredient suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all ingredient suppliers, then multiply by 100.
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category.
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Automotive Audio and VideoGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Automotive ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Computer Drives and StorageGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Electronics Chargers and AdaptersGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Other Office Electronics and AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Power Strips and CablesGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Wearable ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions - Supply chainScope 1 and 2 emissions are defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015). _x000D_
Calculate B1 as the procurement spend on component suppliers that reported emissions, divided by total procurement spend on all component suppliers, then multiply by 100._x000D_
Reporting can occur through public disclosure or private disclosure from the supplier to your organization directly or through another party. Component suppliers means the group of suppliers that account for 80% of your total spend on components purchased for products in this category._x000D_
Perform this calculation using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question. _x000D_
If suppliers completed the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire, refer to C6.1 and C6.3 to determine if they report emissions.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Automotive Audio and VideoGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Automotive ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Computer Drives and StorageGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Electronics Chargers and AdaptersGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Other Office Electronics and AppliancesGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Power Strips and CablesGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Wearable ElectronicsGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in scope for this questionnaire, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits._x000D_
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products._x000D_
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce both in scope and out of scope products, only weight using the total spend required to produce the in scope products._x000D_
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100. _x000D_
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations. _x000D_
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question._x000D_
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gasCO2e
Audio and Video Peripherals and AccessoriesGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in this category, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits.
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products.
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce more than one category of product, only weight using the total spend required to produce the product specific to the product category in question.
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100.
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations.
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
CamerasGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in this category, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits.
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products.
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce more than one category of product, only weight using the total spend required to produce the product specific to the product category in question.
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100.
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations.
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Computer and Gaming Peripherals and AccessoriesGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in this category, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits.
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products.
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce more than one category of product, only weight using the total spend required to produce the product specific to the product category in question.
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100.
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations.
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
ComputersGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in this category, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits.
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products.
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce more than one category of product, only weight using the total spend required to produce the product specific to the product category in question.
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100.
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations.
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
DisplaysGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in this category, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits.
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products.
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce more than one category of product, only weight using the total spend required to produce the product specific to the product category in question.
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100.
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations.
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas
Electric Toothbrushes and Powered Oral Care ProductsGreenhouse gas emissions intensity - ManufacturingIncluded in the scope of this question are fuels combusted and electricity used in facilities that perform final manufacturing activities, including product assembly and the manufacture of any components purchased directly by your organization for inclusion in products in this category, as well as trace gases released during manufacture. This may include some or all of your organization's corporate scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as scope 1 and 2 emissions from any final manufacturing facilities not within your organization's financial or operational control (e.g., contract manufacturers). Excluded from the scope of this question are GHG allowances, offsets, and credits.
You may calculate B1 using product-specific data or estimate intensity via facility data that is not product specific. If using product-specific data, calculate B1 as the average of each product's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the products.
If using facility data, calculate B1 as the average of each final manufacturing facility's greenhouse gas emissions intensity, weighted by the total spend required to produce the product. If the manufacturing facilities produce more than one category of product, only weight using the total spend required to produce the product specific to the product category in question.
Calculate B2 as the total spend on final products for which you are able to obtain data, divided by total spend for final products produced, then multiply by 100.
For each final manufacturing facility, follow the instructions in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (2015) to calculate scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions generated from electricity purchased or produced, fuels combusted, and trace gases released, and then add them together. Worksheets are available on the GHG Protocol web site to facilitate these calculations.
Perform these calculations using data from a 12-month period that ended within 12 months of the date you respond to this question.
The data required for the CDP Climate Change 2020 Questionnaire combined with production data can be used to calculate your response (refer to C7.3b and C7.6b). The data required for "Disclosure 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization" in GRI 302: Energy 2016 or "Disclosure 305-1 Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions" and "Disclosure 305-2 Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions" in GRI 305: Emissions 2016 can also be used to calculate your response.
GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting GuidelinesThe GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines provide a standard set of metrics for companies to report on material environmental, social, and economic impacts, actions, and outcomes.https://www.globalreporting.org/standards/CDP Climate Change QuestionnaireThe CDP Climate Change Questionnaire provides questions that assess a company's greenhouse gas emissions, goals, and management. The report provided by CDP provides the overview of the results from companies responding to the request. https://www.cdp.net/en/guidance/guidance-for-companiesGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol Corporate StandardThe Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol provides guidance and is a useful resource published by the World Resources Institute with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as a guide for monitoring and accounting for greenhouse gas emissions. https://ghgprotocol.org/corporate-standardGreenhouse Gas Protocol: Calculation ToolsThis site provides a list of sector toolsets developed by GHG Protocol, third-party databases, and other tools based on the GHG Protocol standards that can be used to calculate greenhouse gas inventories for use in emissions calculations.https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-toolsGreenhouse gas<