Epson Products Designed More Environmentally Friendly For Business Continuity Systems

Over the past few decades, we’ve looked at some of the developmental options of products manufactured by a company aiming for sustainability systems inside their business model. Some of the world’s most successful and fast-growing companies have adopted environmental concerns and commitments to work helping and seeking solutions to some of the most pressing problems in society, making sustainability goals and systems characteristic of respected successful businesses.

Research shows that consumers are willing to change consumption habits to reduce the negative impact on the environment. As a matter of fact, millennials and GenZ are specifically willing to pay more for products containing sustainable materials or products that have social responsibilities.

Harvard Business School professor Rebecca Henderson explained simply in an online course on Sustainable Business Strategy, “Doing well and doing good are two things interrelated, and successful business strategies include both”.

Being able to communicate that your company does good for the world is an attractive competitive advantage and keeps employees afloat in the company, helps protect against problems, and creates trust so people will choose your services and products over others.

Epson had a vision forward, from the beginning the company was built as a watch manufacturer in the 1940s. By firmly holding the keyword which is “integrity and effort”, and also inspired by the character of Epson’s founder, Hisao Yamazaki, the drive to always innovate, creatively and willingness to meet challenges, as well as a strong commitment to preserve the local and global environment throughout the growing organization. Starting with a promise to keep Lake Suwa clean in Nagano prefecture, Epson later became the first company in the world to declare that they would eliminate ozone-damaging CFCs from its operations in 1993. Epson joined the United Nations Global Compact in 2004, and then declared a commitment to contribute to the Traveling Development Goals the United Nations Framework (SDGs).

Products Are Better Designed For the Environment

Across Epson’s business, currently continues to utilize efficient, concise, precision technology to drive innovation that will make the world a better place. In fact, Epson has taken it one step further to sustainability commitments to ensure that each new generation of core products is always better for the environment.

From concept to final stage across complete product cauliflower, the product is designed to be more environmentally friendly by eliminating harmful substances. You’ll see this in the ‘heat-free technology’ used by Epson printers, to remove heat from the printing process, so much less electricity consumption compared to laser printers. You’ll also see this in a tank high-capacity ink that significantly reduces environmental impact while increasing operational efficiency.

“We are committed to transforming the way business d works encouraging circular economy,” explained Siew Jin Kiat, Senior Director of Regional Marketing for Epson SEA. “In an office environment, we design inkjet printing products by offering a more cost-effective and better printing environment for the environment. Our printers currently offer an average printing cost of one-tenth, using day consumption tenth on average, and can print 100 pages per minute. In the future, we will be able to provide office-based paper recycling cycles using water-free dry fiber technology that can make new paper from used photocopy paper on the spot.”

Epson’s revolutionary paper lab is the first office-based paper making system that will reduce office environmental waste by recycling used paper that uses 60% less water in the process.

For on the factory floor, products developed by the Epson team are based on customer responses that enable productivity to be better, efficient, and environmentally impact lower. Epson y robotics solution reliably and automatically in processes in labor-intensive industries making employees able to reduce long working hours conditions. Piezoelectric inkjet systems on digital textile printers are also driving a technological shift from analog, helping textile manufacturers trim waste materials by up to 95%, enabling faster and more flexible turnover to run short-term work on a variety of materials.

How Teamwork and Activity Objectives We Begin

The desire to make the world a place that better this is espoused and proven in Epson’s work ethic that includes a desire to build goals and sustainability “into detail”, innovation and “health”. There is no place more tangible than in the new office and Epson solution center where its own products are used to support hybrid workplaces while reducing power consumption, waste, and preserving the environment. The workspace is designed to be more energy-efficient with a layout that allows resources to be better shared, enabling collaboration between teams that can produce the best work.

Wherever they are, Epson’s team works for boldened significant contributions to global corporate climate change and advocacy of social issues that fight for human rights, environmental actions, diversity of labor, and sustainable sources in supply chain management. In Indonesia, for example, Epson launched an initiative that encourages young students to take the lead in managing garbage through ‘3 R’: reduce, reuse, and recycling.

In the Philippines, partnering with the ‘Juan Bottle at a Time’ project of Rotaract Club, Epson shares the basics of proper waste management and eco-friendly brickmaking with the youth community of Santa Ana, Manila. The Philippine Office also partnered with the local Department of Environment and Natural Resources and its young branch, GREENducation Philippines, for a film competition aimed at raising public awareness of the environment. In Thailand, Epson works with the Better Thailand Foundation, to encourage underprivileged and disabled children to find self-esteem through art.

Final Words

According to Siew Jin Kiat: “Our mission is to build stakeholder trust as it grows and develops with society and help create a better world. In line with our vision of a sustainable future, we are dedicated to laying the foundation for a low-carbon society and will continue to travel continues to educate the public and engage young people for long-term impact.”

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