The green initiative reduces the need for new plastic by around 10 tons per year and cuts CO2 emissions by approximately 15%.
Fujitsu implemented the programme during the production of its Lifebook P772/E enterprise laptop, constructing the machine's casing from melted-down discs.
The company claims that rigorous checks are performed to ensure that no contaminants find their way into the raw materials, and their standards comply with legal requirements for chemical components.
Fujitsu has operated a recycling programme for unwanted computers for some time, but had encountered difficulties creating a uniform mixture when melted plastic from various products was combined.
Using a solution made from unwanted CDs and DVDs has helped them sidestep this problem in an energy-efficient way.