The environmental performance of products has become a key issue for businesses, as society and consumers are increasingly concerned about the environmental impact of the products they use. Our Design for Environment efforts focus on minimizing the environmental impacts of our products in these essential areas.
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In 2011, Lexmark released an updated version of the Lexmark Product Environmental Specification. This publicly available specification defines the minimum environmental requirements for the design, manufacture and marketing of Lexmark parts and products. These requirements are based on global regulatory obligations, international treaties and conventions and certain market demands. The 2011 update reflects the latest worldwide regulations and directives including the REACH Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) directive in Europe and the recast of the European Union Restriction of Hazardous Substances (EU RoHS) directive.
To support these efforts, Lexmark invested in and began implementing a new materials content data collection and management system. This system will optimize our ability to communicate with our suppliers regarding substances used in parts and assemblies they provide to Lexmark for use in our products. This system will also increase our ability to respond to customer inquiries on the presence of substances of concern in our products and to address regulatory issues regarding substances of concern.
Product Environmental Specifications are available here as pdfs.
Environmental Specification (English) Click Here
Environmental Specification (Simplified Chinese) Click Here
Declaration of Conformity Click Here
Additional information about product specific environmental features can be found on Product Environmental Profile Sheets.
Current Product Environmental Profile Sheets Click Here