Epson is committed to achieving sustainability and enriching communities by addressing societal issues.
We at Epson marked the company’s 80th year in business in May of this year. We have always exercised creativity and challenged ourselves to deliver products and services that exceed the expectations of our customers by drawing on the efficient, compact, and precision technologies we have developed since the company was founded.
In recent times, humans have faced crises such as climate change and the coronavirus pandemic. People have always sought enrichment, but I believe that many of the issues we are facing may have been caused by a desire for personal affluence at the expense of others. I think the world desires more than just material and economic wealth. People also want other, less tangible forms of wealth. They want to be enriched spiritually and culturally. Sustainability is a fundamental requirement for achieving this. Epson is committed to achieving sustainability and enriching communities by working with customers and partners. Long a strong proponent of environmental action, Epson has revised Environmental Vision 2050. Our stated goals are to become carbon negative and underground resource1 free by 2050.
The actions we take will help to make the world a better place.
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