Kornit: Zero overproduction and water wastage...

Zero overproduction and water wastage by 2026

(Source: Kornit Digital)
(Source: Kornit Digital)

In its first-ever impact report, Kornit codifies its vision of transforming the fashion industry with eco-friendly production on demand. The 2020 Impact and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report includes the way Kornit Digital Ltd., Rosh Ha’ayn/Israel, conducts business, creates meaningful impact in local communities, and achieves environmental sustainability, among other things.

A 2021 Life Cycle Assessment conducted on 2 flagship products, the Kornit Atlas Max and Kornit Presto S, demonstrated that relative to traditional analog processes, Kornit’s digital production systems used up to 95% less water and 94% less energy, and produced up to 83% less greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for the Presto S system and up to 93% less water and 66% less energy, and produced up to 82% less GHG emissions for the Atlas MAX system. Based on this study, by 2026 Kornit’s sustainable on-demand solutions are expected to enable the production of approx. 2.5 billion apparel items in a responsible manner. This will mean zero overproduction, zero water waste and reduced CO2 emissions.

Furthermore, the report outlines Kornit’s commitment to achieving key performance indicators (KPIs) that address waste, chemicals, GHG emissions, energy, product development, employee training, diversity and inclusion, and the company’s supply chain. 

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