By Lisa Doctrow Any time Lexmark employees volunteer for tree plantings, creek cleanups or other environmental initiatives, chances are you’ll see John Gagel, knee-deep in the dirt with sleeves rolled up. Gagel, corporate senior manager of global sustainability, is not only known within Lexmark for his dedication, but he’s also a star in the corporate sustainability world — a “superstar,” […] Read More
By Gustavo Sepulveda Plastics are part of our everyday lives, but what the Lexmark team in Juarez, Mexico, has done with plastics is not an everyday thing. Since 2010, the Juarez team has reintroduced more than 5 million pounds of recycled plastic into new parts for Lexmark supplies. That’s more than 125 truckloads of plastic! Here’s how they did it.
For the third year in a row, Lexmark has received a gold rating from EcoVadis, a collaborative platform that enables companies to assess the environmental and social performance of their suppliers on a global basis. For 2016, Lexmark ranks in the top 1 percent of suppliers from 95 countries — more than 20,000 companies across 145 business sectors — assessed […] Read More
By Lisa Doctrow Visit Lexmark’s newly updated Global Citizenship website and you’ll see a redesigned home page along with the latest information about Lexmark’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability initiatives — compiled for the just-released 2015 CSR Report. In his message on the site, Lexmark Chairman and CEO Paul Rooke states, “While the pace of change at Lexmark has been […] Read More