Environment

About EPEAT

EPEAT is a comprehensive evaluation standard for the environmental impact of personal computers and computer peripherals, which was established in 2006 by the Green Electronics Council (GEC), an affiliate of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The requirements look at not only production such as reduction of hazardous substances, recyclable design, long life design, recovery and recycling, but also corporate activities such as CSR and corporate governance.

Life Cycle Assessment and Product Carbon Footprint

We carried out the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of EPEAT registered products to calculate and evaluate their environmental impact. The greenhouse gas emissions generated during the product cycle, including the procurement of parts, the manufacturing process, the use and the disposal of the products have also been measured.

The results of LCA of each product can be found below. The results are certified by a third-party organization.

Panel Size Products
- 23" FlexScan EV2360      
23" - 25.5" FlexScan EV2457 FlexScan EV2460 FlexScan EV2480 FlexScan EV2495
26.5" - FlexScan EV2760 FlexScan EV2795 FlexScan EV3895  

Corporate Carbon Footprint

We calculated the amount of greenhouse gas emissions generated by the business activities of EIZO Corporation and EIZO MS Corporation.

The results for fiscal year 2019 can be found here. The results have been verified by a third-party organization.

Greenhouse gas emission measurements may differ from those in the other documents due to differences in calculation conditions and scope.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transportation

We calculated the amount of greenhouse gas emissions generated during the transportation of EPEAT registered products from the factory to customers.

The results for fiscal year 2018 can be found here. The results have been verified by a third-party organization.

By fiscal year 2025, we aim to reduce greenhouse emissions generated from transportation by 5% per monitor compared to fiscal year 2018.

Only transportation to customers in the United States has been measured.