Technology provider has 28 scanners listed in EPEAT registry for environmental excellence, the most of any scanner vendor in the world
Kodak Alaris has registered an additional eight scanners at the Silver level in the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT), the definitive global registry for greener electronics.
With the addition of the Kodak ScanMate i940, i1150 and i1150WN Scanners; the i1190, i1190E and i1190WN Scanners; and the Scan Station 710 and 730EX, all 28 scanners in its range have now achieved Silver level status on the EPEAT registry[i], meeting strict environmental criteria.
Managed by the Green Electronics Council, EPEAT is the most trusted source of environmental global product ratings, making it easy for decision makers to select high performance electronics that support their organisations’ IT and sustainability goals. EPEAT currently tracks more than 4,400 products from more than 60 manufacturers across 43 countries.
The environmental criteria underlying the EPEAT system address the full product lifecycle, from design and production, to energy use and recycling. To be added to the EPEAT registry, imaging equipment products must meet all applicable requirements from the list of 33 environmental performance criteria. There are also up to 26 additional optional criteria which determines a product’s rating of Bronze, Silver or Gold.
“Buyers in both the public and private sectors use EPEAT to identify and purchase effective, energy-efficient solutions that reduce their costs and environmental footprint,” said Rick Costanzo, President & General Manager, Kodak Alaris Information Management. “We are delighted that our entire range has achieved Silver status and are proactively working on meeting the additional optional criteria to earn Gold status.”
 All 28 scanners in the Kodak Alaris portfolio have achieved Silver level status in the United States. EPEAT registration varies by country. See www.epeat.net for registration status by country.