November 10, 2022
As COP27 kicked off in Sharm El-Sheikh last week, amid critical global climate-related threats, Epson looked to stress the importance of taking action for the benefits of the people and the environment.
Epson said it was present at COP27 to further prove its ongoing commitment to providing individuals and businesses with technological options that contribute to combating the climate disaster.
Epson explained “A simple technology switch, from laser printing to inkjet printing, can mean huge reductions of up to 83% in energy consumption, as a result of Epson’s Heat-Free technology. Fewer consumables in its EcoTank cartridge free printers mean huge savings in plastic waste, with one set of ink bottles being the equivalent of 79 ink cartridges and technology innovations, such as PaperLab – the world’s first in-office paper secure recycler that turns waste paper into new paper which uses virtually no water in its process – has changed the future of recycling.”
Director of Sustainability for Epson Europe, Henning Ohlsson is present at COP27 to answer any questions and provide further information and context on Epson’s sustainability agenda.
With a presence in the Green Zone, Epson demonstrates live the difference in power consumption between a business inkjet printer and a competitor laser printer. Live links to a PaperLab are also demonstrated every day with the specialist team based in Germany
Raising awareness and working together, Epson believes that we can all build a better future and all do our part, by making small and simple changes to our everyday lives. Just by switching the printer you use at home or at work, you can contribute to preventing climate change.
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