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Kyocera’s gone green

Sustainability is hitting the headlines with increasing frequency, encouraging more and more of us to look at the environmental impact of our decisions.  

With global CO2 and temperatures on the increase scientists and activists alike are encouraging people and organisations across the planet to make a change before it’s too late. To quote teen climate crisis activist, Greta Thunberg: “Yes, we are failing, but there is still time to turn everything around. We can still fix this.”

Kyocera’s sustainability plans

Kyocera is just one of the manufacturers we work with who recognises the need for more sustainable business practices, supply chains and procurement.

The printer manufacturer addresses many of the issues surrounding sustainability in office printing, through the whitepaper “A sustainable future for office printing, today.”

The paper explores how organisations can print less, while also becoming more productive and using less energy.

25-year legacy

Sustainability might be the buzzword of the moment but it’s actually nothing new for Kyocera, who have worked towards this for the last 25 years.

In fact, the brand’s ECOSYS technology is built on core values of “Economy, Ecology Systems”, representing minimised environmental impact, optimised workflow efficiency and effortless system integration.

Today, the manufacturer boasts a range of sustainable offerings that stand out from the crowd, including:

-Eco-friendly toner

-Long-life components inside machines

-Low energy consumption printers

-And the use of recyclable/recycled plastics

Read Kyocera’s whitepaper to find out more about how the brand is working towards a future of sustainability in printing.

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Kyocera ECOSYS P3145dn replaces P3054dn | Printerbase 30 September 2019 at 11:20 am

[…] ECOlogy, ECOnomy and SYStem printing. Kyocera has big plans for sustainability. Find out more about Kyocera’s sustainability plans […]

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