Presentation on theme: "Experience sharing in Philips Consumer Electronics (PCE) in achieving WEEE and RoHS 飞利浦电子消费产品在 RoHS 及 WEEE 指令上的实 践经验 Green Manufacturing in China 中国绿色制造研讨会."— Presentation transcript:
BG ES HKGMA Feb 20062 Outline :- Philips Sustainability Policy and recognition Environmental Ambition Products Environmental Care (Eco-design and Green Flagships) Roll out experience : WEEE and RoHS Recognition and awards in Hong Kong
BG ES HKGMA Feb 20064 2CSO lucianne Verweij / CSO Sustainability, the big picture
BG ES HKGMA Feb 20065 Philips & Sustainability “We firmly believe that social and environmental responsible behaviour contributes to sustained profitable growth and value creation. That’s why we are embedding sustainability thinking and acting throughout the organization. Sustainability is built into our heritage, our values and our commitment to improve the quality of people’s lives. We have long been integrating economic prosperity, environmental quality and social equity – balancing these sometimes-competing demands.” Gerard Kleisterlee President & CEO of Royal Philips Electronics
BG ES HKGMA Feb 20066 New brand positioning as guiding principle
BG ES HKGMA Feb 20067 Business principles What is sustainability (3P ’ s)? 什么是可持续发展 ? SUSTAINABLE 可持续发展 Covering the triple bottom line 涵盖这三个底线 ECONOMIC VIABILITY 经济发展能力 ( P ROFIT 利润 ) ENVIRONMENTAL CARE 关心环境 ( P LANET 行星 ) + SOCIAL EQUITY 社会公正 ( P EOPLE 人 ) +
BG ES HKGMA Feb 20068 Philips Sustainability Policy Sustainable entrepreneurship Invest in employees and their work environment. Financial and non-financial targets, stakeholder dialogue. Expects its business partners to be committed to sustainable development. Active in the community, focus on education and healthcare. Philips measures and verifies its sustainability performance and publishes results annually. Explore new businesses and emerging markets.
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200611 Consumer associations consistently rate Philips “top class” in sustainability EU Consumer associations – led by NL Consumentenbond – associate sustainability questionnaires & ratings with 50% of their product tests. Philips is the only company consistently rated in the “top” green category for CE products.
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200612 High performance globally recognized Environmental performance of Philips is lead performer: –Leading member of Dow Jones Sustainability Index –Consistent top tier rank
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200613 http://www.global100.org/ RECENT RECOGNITION
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200615 Environmental Ambition Target Energy: product energy usage 10% better Supports Flagships, Awards, Energy using Product (EuP) Lead and RoHS free 01-09-2005 All suppliers Green by end of 2004 100% signed Packaging reduction World Class vs competitors Than best competitor Sustainability & Banned Substance Declaration
Product Environmental Care (Ecodesign and Green Flagships)
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200617 Green metrics at Philips 5 Green Focal Area’s: –Energy –Product weight –Packaging –Hazardous substances –Recyclability Life cycle perspective
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200618 Improvement Drivers Eco-design methodology –Apply and follow environmental design rules in the following focal areas :- Energy consumption Weight Recycling and Disposal Hazardous substances Packaging Green Flagship Programme –Benchmark our product’s environmental performance against Best In Class (BIC) competitors to find out improvement opportunities for successor products.
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200619 Green Flagship Criteria Energy: 10% better than all commercial competitor products Weight, Packaging & Recyclability : Equal or better then best commercial competitor (10% margin) Hazardous Substances: No rejected components Life Cycle Perspective (LCA) : Equal or better then best commercial competitor (10% margin). If 1 of the GFA above (except energy) does not meet the criteria, the Life Cycle perspective is an over-ruling criterion.
WEEE Marking Marking of electrical and electronic equipment in accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE)
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200622 Practical implementation Philips CE ( 1 ) and/or 2005-08-13 or Marking symbol Producer identification
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200623 Practical implementation Philips CE ( 2 ) Unique producer ID Symbol combination of crossed-out wheeled with a solid bar below Unique producer ID Date of ‘put on the market’ Crossed-out wheeled bin Marking on product type label obvious but mark in mould also possible 2005-08
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200624 Practical implementation Philips CE ( 3 ) Adaptation of Location of Marking If the size or other characteristics such as functionality of the product means that marking cannot be applied to the product, the marking shall be: In the operating instructions and warranty certificates included with product (if supplied); If this is not possible, the mark shall be on the packaging.
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200625 Practical implementation Philips CE ( 3 ) Size and location of label User & treatment facility info; easy to recognize Distinction between B2C and B2B products Mark all, especially if they can migrate to consumers Mark both main product and accessories Yes, if they have function as own product Financial consequences of early marking ‘New waste’ included in guarantees (depends on Member States) ‘put on the market’When VAT is paid in the EU Member states
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200627 Maximum concentration values of RoHS vs Philips control threshold SUBSTANCELIMIT (by weight)Philips Limit Cadmium100 ppm = 0.01%20 ppm Mercury1000 ppm = 0.1%50 ppm Lead1000 ppm1000ppm Chromium 6+1000 ppm1000ppm PBB1000 ppm1000ppm PBDE1000 ppm1000ppm Critical issue is definition of component/homogeneous material/unit
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200628 What is the level of detail required? Component level Product level Part/ assy level Material level X X X?X? 1000 ppm measured on Industry Position Most likely EU definition
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200629 Philips history on RoHS substances Cadmium – banned since 1985 Mercury – banned (exemptions) since 1995 PBB – banned since 1998 PBDE – banned (exemptions) since 1998 Hexavalent chromium – limited issue for PCEnew Lead – must be addressed by PCEnew
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200630 Control methodology Supplier declaration on hazardous/RoHS compliance Supplier certification on the process to ensure compliance of the hazardous substances control. Periodic chemical testing to ensure the reliability and consistency of the compliance BOM central database on environmental status
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200631 PCE Experience in WEEE and RoHS roll out - 1 Ahead to the legislation – 10 months ahead to ensure absolutely clean in pipelines. Incorporate the control along entire supply chain –Design and development –Purchasing / Procurement –Manufacturing (e.g. LF processing) –Quality and Reliability –Incoming and outgoing control Incorporate control measures in ISO 14001 system Stock management on components and products to get rid of the non-RoHS complied materials
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200632 PCE Experience in WEEE and RoHS roll out – 2 Design –Incorporate a design rules upon product design to ensure only complied materials and WEEE marking are designed in. Purchasing –Communicate the requirements to the suppliers with clear time line. –RoHS BOM approval and validation –Risk list management Manufacturing –Store control to avoid mixing of materials –Separate tools for RoHS complied production –Sign for RoHS production lines or floor. Incoming and outgoing control –Periodic checking to ensure product compliance.
BG ES HKGMA Feb 200633 Looking forward : Other regions in hazardous substances control China WEEE and RoHS TBC California issues “SB20” legislation, 1 Jan. 2007, PBDE exempt, but reporting obligation.