As a global corporate citizen, Lexmark is sensitive to global environmental issues. We are committed to being a responsible neighbor and employer.
Lexmark has identified three categories in which our company has environmental impacts:
Significant resources are dedicated to our efforts to reduce the environmental impact of our operations and to develop products with environmentally beneficial features. In the past three years alone (2010-2012), Lexmark has dedicated more than $1.1B USD to research and development. A portion of those funds have been used to develop energy efficiency features for our devices, print less solutions, and other features that reduce the environmental impact of using Lexmark devices. Lexmark has also spent millions of dollars upgrading facilities to make more efficient use of natural resources and energy. With the help of a wealth of talented people and our financial resources, we have become a leader in environmental stewardship, product design, and efficient operations.
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Lexmark's recycled paper becomes new product packaging for products purchased by our customers.
The Lexmark headquarters childcare building project is registered with the US Green Building Council's LEED NC, new construction, program.
Lexmark participated in a Mangrove Reforestation Project, planting 7,000 mangrove propagules.