Lexmark has joined the European Remanufacturing Council (CER), further reaffirming its long-standing support for the circular economy.
Launched with the objective of becoming the focal point for remanufacturing policy dialogue and benchmarking in Europe and beyond, the CER works with leading remanufacturers in Europe to raise policy-maker awareness, encourage sustainability and remanufacturing initiatives, whilst helping to grow businesses and create new jobs.
As a vocal supporter for remanufacturing and of broader sustainability and CSR initiatives around the world, Lexmark’s decision to join the CER is a move that highlights its intention to continue its remanufacturing and other environmentally responsible business practices.
“As a circular economy leader, Lexmark’s decision to join the CER was easy. We’re always looking for new ways to become more sustainable, whilst also empowering our customers to do the same,” said Sylvie Thomas, Head of Corporate Responsibility for Lexmark in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.