Epson launches office paper recycling system
Epson, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers, digital printing systems and projectors, has unveiled its office papermaking system called PaperLab to promote the circular economy as part of its commitment to sustainable businesses in Southeast Asia, including the Philippines.
PaperLab, which was one of the highlights at the Wednesday launch of Epson’s new Southeast Asia regional headquarters in Alexandra TechnoPark, Singapore, is an office papermaking system that uses unique fiber technology. dried. Dry Fiber technology means it does not use water during the process unlike traditional paper recycling methods. PaperLab can help businesses reduce their environmental impact by recycling used paper. It can also upcycle and add value to the new paper by customizing the output in terms of thickness, size and color. As the process has three stages: defibrating, binding and forming, it can securely destroy confidential documents. PaperLab will be available in Singapore this year and will then launch in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand. In addition to PaperLab, Alexandra TechnoPark’s solution centers house Epson’s full line of B2B products, including its line of inkjet printers, scanners, point-of-sale (POS) solutions, projectors and large format printers for industrial labels, photography, signage and textiles. impression. “In the current pandemic and with the growing preference for better-for-the-environment products, we will focus on working with our stakeholders to drive sustainability through our products and solutions,” said Tomoki Ueyama, President and CEO of ‘Epson Philippines Corp. With the move to Epson’s new headquarters in Southeast Asia and the arrival of PaperLab in Singapore, Epson strengthens its campaign to educate partners and customers on sustainable solutions as a way forward for more communities. green and more environmentally conscious in the region.
“The move to our new regional headquarters represents three things: First, it shows Epson’s continued confidence in Singapore as a regional business center. Second, our commitment to transforming the way businesses work in Southeast Asia through products and solutions that deliver both productivity and sustainability. Third, this move brings sustainable choices closer to our customers in the region, ”said Siew Jin Kiat, regional general manager of Epson headquarters in Singapore. “Sustainability is imperative in today’s business economy and by choosing Epson they are also choosing better for the environment. We have made it easier for our customers to reduce their carbon footprint, ”he said. Siew highlighted how climate change and global warming are having a huge impact on society, and how Epson Southeast Asia will work with the Singapore government and NGOs in the region to co-create sustainability and engage in conversation with businesses. One example is Epson’s collaboration with National Geographic to raise awareness of climate change, particularly how melting permafrost in the Arctic is affecting the entire planet and how choosing sustainable technology can minimize our impact on it. environment. “As we move forward on this journey towards a low carbon society, we seek to inspire, educate and motivate Southeast Asian businesses to operate more sustainably by working closely with our other Epson offices. premises in the region, ”he said.
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