Fuji Xerox opens green facility: photos

Fuji Xerox opens green facility: photos

Summary: Fuji Xerox today officially opened its new eco-manufacturing plant in Sydney. The facility, built in a heritage-listed building that used to make sheet metal for World War II bombers, now has a huge focus on e-waste recycling.

TOPICS: Hardware

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  • (Credit: Fuji Xerox)

    The facility handles everything from the construction of machines through to quality control, where machines are put through their paces in a lab, right through to shipping.

  • (Credit: Fuji Xerox)

    Fuji Xerox technicians analyse everything in the products to see how they can be improved upon, and to pass their learning back to the company's head engineers and designers.

  • (Credit: Luke Hopewell/ZDNet Australia)

    Senator Don Farrell and Fuji Xerox Australia and New Zealand managing director, Nick Kugenthiran, cut the green ribbon to officially open the centre.

Topic: Hardware

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