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Kyocera lands record sustainability award

Kyocera Document Solutions has picked up the Japanese Environment Minister’s Award for Global Warming Prevention Activity for the ninth consecutive year – a record achievement.

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Kyocera is looking to make green-minded changes across its entire business

Operating as part of the Kyocera Group, the document solutions company won praise for its energy conservation efforts at Nagano Okaya manufacturing plant as well as community-based environmental awareness activities.

Kyocera is now seeking to replicate this success across the rest of the business, with Kyocera Document Solutions Europe making climate change awareness a central pillar of its day-to-day business.

Such efforts have so far included creating all devices and solutions with the environment in mind, such as ECOSYS printer technology, which reduces waste creation and presents one of the first cartridge-free systems for laser printers, which helps reduce overall environmental impact.

In a statement, Kyocera says: “Thanks to the Kyocera Group’s constant determination to operate sustainably in all its business divisions, it has achieved various environment-related honours worldwide.

“This highlights Kyocera’s outstanding dedication to protecting the world around us by ensuring a better and healthier future for the generations to come.”

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