MSI has announced that various mainboard products have complied to the new EuP requirement. This not only shows MSI’s foremost efforts in mainboard product research and development, but also shows its dedication to environmental protection.
The Energy using Product directive is a continuation of the EU’s 2006 RoHS and WEEE regulations set by the EU, which requires EuP manufacturers to adopt lifecycle concepts and the integration of EcoDesign requirements into product development. EcoDesign increases product performance, boosts energy supplysecurity, and achieves a high degree of environmental protection throughout a product’s entire lifecycle whilst reducing environmental impact to the smallest levels possible.
MSI’s commitment to conservation aims to provide product and service benefits for the environment and for the people. The research and development process of MSI’s mainboard products are also oriented toward Green Design, Green Resources and Green Technology to achieve policy objectives that uphold the 3R principle of Reduce, Recyle and Reuse. Product design based on the 4 major objectives of low toxins, extended product life, energy conservation and ease of recyclability. These objectives in turn help us to meet our long-term targets of creating profits and achieving a sustained reduction in negative environmental impact.
Through these efforts, various MSI’s mainboards have passed the strict EuP standards even before their official implementation.
MSI will continue to uphold green production as a corporate ideology and release both efficient and environmentally friendly mainboard products.
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