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Eco credentials make RISO a UN climate partner

The energy efficiency of digital printing specialist RISO France has resulted in the firm being selected as an official partner at the 21st Session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21), which is set to take place in Paris next month.

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RISO France has been selected as the sole supplier for the print room of COP21

A total of eight ComColor machines as well as a range of print accessories will be on hand to print as many as three million pages of contracts, treaties, and draft documents throughout the conference. The ComColor Series has more than 30 percent in comparison with previous models, thanks to its cold printing technology that requires less electricity to run.

Managing director of RISO France, Fabrice Sposito, comments: “We are delighted, proud and very honoured to have been chosen to provide the printers that will carry out the very important communications task.

“Once the organisers knew about our commitment to developing reliable, eco-friendly devices that do not cost the earth in any way, they put their trust in RISO.”

Once the organisers knew about our commitment to developing reliable, eco-friendly devices that do not cost the earth in any way, they put their trust in RISO


Sposito adds: “COP21 is a worldwide conference, the largest of its kind hosted in France, that will be the focus for everyone involved in climate change issues and RISO is excited to be playing its part.”

The conference will see 50,000 visitors from over 190 countries descend on Paris to help the UN achieve its aim of a legally binding agreement to keep global warming below two degrees C.



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