SDG 4 Quality Education
We believe that education is key to promoting sustainable development and we are committed to raising awareness for sustainability inside our organisation, among our business partners and suppliers, and across wider society. We provide regular training on environmental and social responsibility for our employees and partners, and we seek to engage young people from primary school to university on important sustainability topics.
SDG 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
Our employees are the cornerstone of our success. We are committed to their physical, mental, social and financial wellbeing, and delivering the best working conditions for everyone. Epson recognises the importance of equity, diversity and inclusion, and we are serious about keeping all forms of discrimination and unfair practice out of our operations.
SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production
Epson’s long-term environmental vision is to achieve more sustainability in a circular economy. When it comes to closing the resource loop, we will achieve this through the effective use of resources – including reducing the size and weight of materials, utilising recycled materials, minimising production losses, extending product service life, and refurbishing and reusing products. Through our technology innovations, we seek to minimise the environmental impacts incurred by our customers when using Epson products.
SDG 13 Climate Action
To support Epson’s global commitment to reduce carbon emissions in line with the 1.5°C scenario by 2030, and become carbon neutral by 2050, Epson Europe is taking action to reduce its environmental impact. We are working to reduce the direct and indirect emissions associated with our business and production activities (Scopes 1, 2 and 3); for example, by using 100% renewable electricity at all European regional sales headquarters and our UK production site.