Auckland, 23rd November 2016 – Sharp New Zealand adopts new waste minimisation initiatives as part of the Minister for the Environment’s Product Stewardship Scheme that will see the company reuse and recycle an additional 2.5 million kilograms of waste. Sharp New Zealand (Sharp) is one of only a handful of New Zealand companies who has achieved the accreditation which the Minister for the Environment, Hon. Dr Nick Smith, will present to Sharp today in Auckland. For the full press release please click here:
In 2012, Sharp carried out measures in all of its business areas under its Eco-Positive Strategy. Starting in fiscal 2013, Sharp will step up environmental contributions under its new environmental policy of “Increase Green Shared Value.”
To become an “ECO POSITIVE” Company
From fiscal 2009, Sharp will continue to strengthen its proactive efforts to maximize environmental protection through its products and actions towards a low carbon society under a new environmental vision of “Becoming an Eco-Positive Company: a company that supplies energy-creating and energy-saving products”
In effect this means Sharp is helping its customers and clients to reduce green house gas emissions through the use of Sharps’ energy-creating solar cells and energy saving products.