Not only hi-tech news at CES 2022. Samsung Electronics, in fact, today presented his vision for the future, “Together for Tomorrow“. Jong-Hee (JH) Han, Vice President and Head of the DX Division, highlighted the company’s efforts to usher in a new era of solidarity, with customizable experiences that reflect consumers’ evolving lifestyles and innovations that mark progress for both society and the planet.
CES 2022: Samsung svela la vision “Together for Tomorrow”
“I am thrilled that you are part of our vision to see how innovation can create positive change, [e] to join us and work together for tomorrow. These developments will make sustainability part of your product experience, enabling you to live a more sustainable life. ” So Han anticipated one of the cornerstones of Samsung’s future vision, sustainability daily. This results in new practices of production of low impact products, bulk-reducing packaging and a more sustainable customer experience. Besides one responsible disposal of products at the end of their life cycle.
Samsung’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions throughout the production cycle have also achieved the Carbon Trust recognition, the world’s leading authority on the sector. Last year, the company’s Carbon Trust-certified memory chips helped reduce carbon emissions by nearly 700,000 tons. But that is not all. The company’s commitment is also aimed at expanding theuse of recycled materials. In fact, in 2021, all Samsung TV boxes were made of recycled materials. And at CES 2022, the company announced that it will also make internal packaging in this way.
Additionally, the company announced the global expansion of its award-winning programma Eco-Packaging, which transforms cardboard boxes into cat houses, coffee tables and other useful furnishing items. Starting this year, it will also include packaging for home appliances such as vacuum cleaners, microwave ovens, air purifiers, and more. But that’s not all, as Samsung has also announced that it will integrate sustainability into the way users use its products. In this regard, the company has made significant improvements to its SolarCell Remote, which eliminates battery waste with an integrated solar panel, which can be recharged both day and night.
As announced by Han, the SolarCell Remote “will be included in more Samsung products, such as new Samsung TVs and home appliances, with the goal of eliminating more than 200 million batteries from landfills. When you line them up it’s the distance from here, Las Vegas, to Korea ”. Given the “Together for Tomorrow” philosophy, Samsung plans to operate televisions and chargers with near-zero standby power. This way, the products consume almost no energy when not in use. In the end, the collection of electronic waste. Another of the company’s great projects. “These are important steps, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. We believe that open innovation and collaboration are the keys to fighting climate change and protecting our environment, ”commented Han.