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KYOCERA marks 27 sustainable years

November 14, 2018

With the OEM celebrating the 27th anniversary of its Environmental Charter, KYOCERA Document Solutions Europe says it continues to use the Charter as “a beacon of inspiration”.

The Environmental Charter was created in October 1991 and has been a fundamental pillar of the company, says KYOCERA.

The success of the OEM’s approach is proved – so the company declares – by KYOCERA Document Solutions Europe’s recent attainment of the ISO 14001:2015 certification which demonstrates an environmental approach in all of the organisation’s operations. In particular, the organisation notes that its ECOSYS range is “a reputable multi-award-winning leader in the industry with KYOCERA Document Solutions continually innovating its product range to drive further sustainability, even after 25 years of becoming a pioneering product within the market as the first to focus on sustainability.”

Promoting environmental responsibility among customers is also an aim of its ongoing initiatives, as KYOCERA asserts its strong belief that a sustainable approach does not end at the moment of consumption.

To this end, the company’s Toner Take Back service recycles over 600,000 kilograms of used toners each year, building upon the company’s investment in producing simplified toner cartridges which require fewer components and consume less energy in production.

“At KYOCERA, ensuring that all of our activities are sustainable and environmentally friendly is a real commitment, as well as an essential business practice,” explains Takuya Marubayashi, President of KYOCERA Document Solutions Europe. 

“Sustainability is not just a mere buzz word for KYOCERA, it is a way of living. All of our employees embrace that approach and, from our experience, so do our partners, dealers and customers. It is part of what sets us apart as an organisation and as a family”.

As a group, by 2020, the KYOCERA Corporation says it aims to utilise their solar power generation systems to generate a carbon benefit which is three times greater than the carbon footprint for global operations. Since 2013, this figure has already reached the ability to break even. 

After 27 years, KYOCERA says its Environmental Charter is “more important than ever as the company faces new challenges and inspiring new opportunities.”

Dr. Kazuo Inamori is a firm believer in “the limitless potential of mankind”, according to the OEM, and through KYOCERA’s operations, the organisation says it can begin to show that business success and sustainability can go perfectly hand in hand. 



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