Global corporations have to play their role in protecting the climate. Xerox has reduced its carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption within its facilities. They have invented various product designs that help conserve energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
It has managed to do it by offering its customers digital MFPs, copiers, and various other energy-efficient solutions. In 2008, the Xerox Europe Dundalk Plant earned the Energy Management System – ISO 50001 certification.
Reduction of carbon footprint
Xerox aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040, and it established its first targets back in 2003. Since then, the company has already achieved significant carbon reduction with its GHG emissions and energy consumption.
All new Xerox products feature more functionality and use less energy, allowing clients to reduce their costs. In 2020, 100 percent of all new eligible products introduced had EnergyStar ratings.
MFP saving energy
Xerox MFPs reduce energy consumption by combining multiple products and making them an all-in-one machine. It helps reduce energy consumption by up to 50 percent compared to all machines combined as individual products.
Various energy-saving services and solutions
The print services by Xerox assist consumers in becoming more productive and energy-efficient. They reduce paper use while also reducing waste, streamlining the processes and work environments.
Thanks to digital productions solutions, your business can go a long way to reduce the use of chemicals and improve air quality in your indoor environments.
Xerox partnered to reduce climate change risk
Xerox reports to CDP, an investor-led project encouraging firms and corporations to disclose any risks or opportunities that climate change offers to the business worldwide.
It works to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint to reduce environmental impact for better business practices.