AG Neovo takes its commitment to the environment very seriously. All of the company's displays are designed to meet and even exceed environmental requirements worldwide--particularly in Europe, whose criteria are indisputably the most stringent in the world.As man has come to realise that Mother Earth is not to be violated wantonly, "green" is the buzz word for today's industrial world. In addition to chic design and competent performance, manufacturers must make sure that their products are as friendly to the environment as possible.
AG Neovo, a trusted supplier of LCD displays and accessories serving both professionals and consumers, knows its responsibility to the planet. It is fully committed to making a green manufacturer.
"AG Neovo takes its commitment to the environment very seriously," notes AG Neovo CEO David Pi. "All of the company's displays are designed to meet and even exceed environmental requirements worldwide--particularly in Europe, whose criteria are indisputably the most stringent in the world."
AG Neovo displays are not only environment-specific but also environment-friendly. They are surely meant to perform competently in their specific destined environments. But the company is equally mindful of the bigger picture—its responsible manufacturing is manifest in energy-efficient design and use of easily recyclable materials for both production and packaging.
Many of AG Neovo displays adopt easily recyclable materials such as glass and metal. In addition to complying with international directives governing disposals, the choice of these recyclables actually contributes to the lifespan of products.
A fine example of AG Neovo's "greenness" can be found in the RX-W32, its first family of big-screen, eco-friendly surveillance displays. They save big--both the expenses and the environment. It's simple math to figure out the cost savings as these fine displays consume up to 45% less energy than conventional monitors. This in turn goes a long way toward reducing CO2 emissions substantially.
Likewise, users of AG Neovo's U-17 can testify that they are doing considerably more than most for the environment—and saving their bills in the process. Rough estimates put the green display's power savings and reductions in CO2 emissions at up to 50% when compared with conventional LCD monitors (the power saving is even higher at 67% vs. CRTs).
AG Neovo knows it cannot go about protecting the environment on its own. All suppliers are required to conform to the company's Green Design Principles. These requirements cover such major concerns as energy efficiency, recycling ease, low toxicity, battery usage, properly labelled materials, and packaging.
"Few, if any, can reject global warming as an ongoing threat," Pi says. "AG Neovo is committed to conducting business in an environmentally conscious manner, a duty being jointly undertaken by its employees, component suppliers and vendors."