The Korean Electronic giants finally announced that eight gadget series in its 2024 Neo QLED 4K and 8K, OLED, as well as The Frame lineups, have grabbed the “Product Carbon Reduction” certification from TUV Rheinland.
The certification is evidence that the carbon footprint reduction ratio of these products is better than the old model. This shows the efforts of the Korean brand to reduce carbon emissions year-over-year.
The Korean Electronic giants have redefined TV capabilities while advancing sustainability efforts, resulting in reduced carbon emissions. The distribution of the Product Carbon Reduction certification demonstrates Samsung’s commitment to environmental sustainability. This will surely grade up the reputation of the brand, plus also increase customer trust.
TUV Rheinland assesses the worth of greenhouse gas emissions for TV products of Samsung throughout their life cycle – “from the cradle to the grave” set in order from manufacturing, transportation, use to disposal, by the internationally recognized standards; for instance, ISO 14067 and ISO 14064-4 as well as TUV Rheinlands self-developed standard 2PFG Q2880/09.23.
It verifies and certifies that all eight redefined TV product series fulfill the carbon reduction standard requirement that came into existence by TUV Rheinland. The newly certified products are mentioned below –
- Two Neo QLED 8K series
- Three Neo QLED 4K series
- Two OLED series
- One series of The Frame
Samsung’s Visual Display Business also got the display and consumer electronics industry’s first “Product Carbon Footprint Calculation Method” Certification from TUV Rheinland. This certification monitors as monitors and greenhouse gas emissions throughout the entire developing stage of a product.
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