If you have ever noticed messages in work and marketing emails encouraging you to consider the environment before printing, you are well aware of the perception that printing output, and its associated hardware, produce waste that finds its way into landfills.
In many industries, one of the most significant side effects of the increased output impact on the environment, with greater use of resources affecting carbon footprint. For businesses, it can be a tricky balancing act to weigh productivity against sustainability, but the two do not have to be mutually exclusive.
When it comes to optimizing space for productivity at the comfort of your home whether for work, school, or for personal projects it’s essential to consider organizing and designing beyond functionality. Approaching this from a holistic perspective means being aware of the environmental impact you create and making eco-conscious choices for your home setup.
CO2 emissions from consumables reduced by over 160,000 tonnes Epson first launched high-capacity ink tank inkjet printers (now known as EcoTank in many markets) in October 2010, in Indonesia.
Covid-19 highlights the urgent need to transition to a future-ready workforce Redefining the new work environment The world has been turned upside down by the largest public health and economic crisis in living memory. The Covid-19 pandemic has spurred governments, financial institutions, and brands into a frenzy of action to save lives, and to protect […]
The recent resumption of classes comes with its fair share of new challenges, as students and educational institutions transition from a traditional classroom set-up to blended learning that maximizes both online and physical learning resources.
Epson is the number one ink tank vendor in the Philippines and Southeast Asia according to global market intelligence provider, IDC, which demonstrates Epson’s continued market leadership and superior innovation in the inkjet industry.