Epson and the Environment
Introduction of corporate citizenship programs that leverage Epson's technologies.
Loggerhead Sea Turtle Protection Project
Epson has been working with Kamogawa Sea World and the Japanese government since June 2010 in a project to help protect and preserve endangered loggerhead sea turtles. The project is part of the company's ongoing desire to preserve biodiversity and to test its sensing technology in the field.
Supporting PFC Gas Reductions using the Epson Method
Perfluorocarbons (PFC) were considered to be among the most difficult to measure of the non-CO2 greenhouse gases until 2000, when Epson developed the "Epson Method." The Epson Method, a simple and accurate way to calculate PFC emissions based on FT-IR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy), made it possible to sharply reduce the level of PFC emissions. The Epson Method is patented. However, Epson grants a free license to use the technology under certain conditions, in the hopes of helping other companies reduce PFC gas emissions.