Samsung Electronics vowed to establish a green, sustainable future during its pre-show address at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022. Samsung’s ‘Together for Tomorrow’ Vision resulted in the production of Carbon Trust Standard-compliant chips, which helped reduce CO2 emissions by about 700,000 metric tonnes.
Samsung’s Visual Display Business intends to use 30 times the amount of recycled plastics it did in 2021. Over the next three years, Samsung intends to increase its usage of recycled materials in mobile devices and household appliances.
Samsung intends to use near-zero standby power in all of its TVs and phone chargers by 2025.
This year, Samsung intends to broaden the use of recycled materials to cover the inner packing of cartons. In the future, the company pledges to employ comparable materials for packaging home equipment.
Since 2009, Samsung has been aggressively recycling e-waste, which has been identified as a key concern for the technology industry. Samsung has attempted to recycle 5 million metric tonnes as of 2022.
In a press statement, Samsung also highlighted profitability figures for the fourth quarter of 2021. The overall operational profit of the corporation was nearly $11.5 billion. Consolidated sales were approximately $63 billion. Samsung’s detailed profits will be released on January 27th.