Samsung 2022 TVs have obtained the Carbon Trust certification to reduce their carbon footprint

In line with its “Going Green” vision, Samsung continues to strive to create more sustainable products.

Samsung Electronics has been the world’s leading TV maker for 16 years in a row. The company announced that their 2022 Neo QLED TVs have been certified by the Reducing CO2 Organization. Carbon Trust in recognition of its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.

The Carbon Trust is a global climate consulting firm working to accelerate the transition to a carbon-free future. The “Reducing CO2” certificate indicates that the product’s carbon footprint is declining from year to year. Using internationally recognized standards, it estimates the amount of greenhouse gases generated throughout the product’s life cycle.

This year, 11 Samsung models are on offer in 2022 TVs, including three models Neo QLED 8Kthree models Neo QLED 4Ktwo models QLEDtwo models Lifestyle TV and one model Crystal UHD TVobtained a certificate for reducing the weight of the product and energy consumption in the application phase.

Samsung has long been committed not only to promoting product innovation, but also to designing and implementing environmental sustainability technologies. During the main event at the fair CES 2022 is Jong-Hee (JH) Han, Vice President, General Manager and Head of Samsung Electronic Device eXperience (DX) presented the vision of the company »Together for Tomorrow«, which could be called in translation “Together for the future“And emphasized the company’s commitment to creating a sustainable future and promoting cooperation as part of the global community to preserve our planet.

Under this initiative, the Visual Display Business initiative will use approximately 30 times more recycled plastic as in 2021. Samsung has also unveiled its plan to expand the use of recycled materials in all of its mobile and home appliance products by 2025.

In addition, Samsung adopts a variety of sustainable practices to minimize environmental impacts throughout the life cycle of its products. Social program “ecological packaging” – which allows consumers to recycle TV packaging into versatile pieces of furniture – has been upgraded this year with product packaging that uses 90% less ink while removing staples during production.

In 2022, Samsung also expanded it to all TV models SolarCell Remote remote control, which eliminates waste batteries with built-in solar cells. In addition, Samsung has developed and used a new material made from recycled plastic that has been shipped to the oceans. He also used it for the 2022 high-resolution S8 monitor, thus reducing the amount of marine litter and the environmental footprint.

“For 16 years in a row, Samsung, as a market leader, has focused not only on technological advances, but also on innovations in human and environmental technology. Samsung will continue to implement various sustainable initiatives and environmentally conscious activities in line with its Going Green vision, he said. Seokwoo Yong, Executive Vice President and Head of Research and Development, Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

For more information, visit the Samsung Media Center at news.samsung.com.


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