“Any company that doesn’t contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be ignored by the market, and will go out of business. Companies in the future will be evaluated not just by their financial performance, but also their contribution to addressing these social challenges.”
Jake Yamashita, CEO, Ricoh
We know that aligning our business activities to the SDGs and achieving the right balance between People, Planet and Prosperity is imperative in helping us realise a more sustainable future.
Our approach to sustainability touches every part of our company: from manufacturing to distribution, business sites to recycling, and how we support our customers.
Across all our sites, we undertake a wide range of initiatives in alignment to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals to help communities prosper and significantly reduce our customers’ and our own environmental footprint.
Our focus areas
We believe that we can drive a sustainable future by focusing our activity around our:
We are taking action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals to help contribute to a sustainable future.
By conducting a materiality assessment, we identified five priority issues which we are addressing through our business activities.
We’re delighted to share the sustainability awards and accolades we’ve won over the years.
Our Sustainability Efforts
Making a positive and long-lasting impact on the communities where we live and work is important to us. Find out how we are taking action.
Our commitment to protecting the planet goes beyond reducing our own environmental footprint. We also support our customers to reduce their footprint.
Governance & Policies
We are committed to conducting business with integrity and to the highest ethical standards in compliance with the law and industry regulations.
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