Environmental protection is a priority for the conservation of precious natural resources and the continued health of our planet. INX Digital recognizes its responsibility as a global citizen and is continually striving to reduce the environmental impact of the work we do and the products we create.
INX Digital takes pride in its history of innovation and thoughtful design. But technological leadership goes beyond what’s in our products. How we impact the environment is also important to us, and environmental considerations are an integral part of INX Digital’s business practices. From the earliest stages of product design through manufacturing, use, and recycling, we take care to keep our activities and our products environmentally sound.Four areas of particular attention are product and packaging design, responsible manufacturing, energy eciency, and recycling. Each aspect of the design cycle provides signicant challenges, yet our eorts in these areas have resulted in some impressive results
It all begins here. Reducing the environmental impact of our products starts with the product design. Design dictates the quantity of raw materials, type and recyclability of materials, methods for manufacturing and use, and the ease of recycling or disposing.
INX Digital’s Bio line utilizes renewable resource content. Reducing our reliability on non renewable resources such as crude based products drives our business towards sustainability. We believe that constantly driving towards more sustainable business practices and sustainable products is not only important but part of our moral responsibility. Our Bio line utilizes a corn based raw material Ethyl Lactate. It is also extremely important for the environment for products to have a long useful life and to meet customer demands for their end uses. Our Bio line carefully balances the long term needs and stability of the product while maximizing sustainability.
Shades of Green is a concept that we developed at INX Digital where we look at constant improvement. We believe that one does not suddenly “become Green” but rather that you must constantly strive toward reducing ones impact on the environment. One must constantly become greener.