Sustainability

Let’s work together to tell an impactful story in more ways than one. 

Through continuous improvement of our product design, energy efficient production practices, and procurement of low-emission raw materials and packaging, Videri strives every day to find new ways to mitigate and reduce emissions and become carbon neutral. 

Our Journey to Net Zero. 

Commitments

Carbon neutrality. 

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the manufacturing process from production to use, delivering eco-friendly, long-lasting products that reduce total energy consumption and e-waste.  

Circular economy. 

Minimizing our impact by using recycled materials, developing products that last longer, providing a rent-and-reuse program, and responsibly recycling those that have reached end-of-life. 

Clean technology. 

Innovating and continuously improving digital display technologies that enable sustainable operations through lower power usage, higher performance and upgradable firmware and software.  

 

Our Progress

Innovations for the Future

Thinner and lighter, requiring fewer resources than a standard display. 

Videri Canvas is the world’s thinnest, lightest and smartest digital display that includes a built-in mount and just one thin power cable, reducing the need for additional components or product sourcing. 

 

Fewer truck rolls and the elimination of extraneous equipment. 

Videri products are simple and easy to deploy and manage—reducing the need for site visits and lowering energy use. Our continuous commitment to innovation has resulted in less fuel utilization, a much lower volume of e-waste to manage, and reduced carbon emissions. 

 

50% less power consumption than a leading commercial display. 

Canvas is also low-power and high functioning. With a built-in media player, no extraneous chipsets or ports, speakers, TV tuner, or even HDMI or USB ports, Canvas was built with energy efficiency in mind. 

 

Devices collected, treated, recycled, and recovered at end-of-life. 

Not only have we built a sustainable product, but we also ensure that once it’s reached the end of its useful life, it’s properly recycled through our e-waste management program.  

 

Advancing circularity with our rent and reuse program. 

Through Videri partners, we have a growing rental business for projects like events, tradeshows and pop-up stores. These Canvases are used repeatedly and prevent unnecessary purchase and disposal of displays for short term projects.   

 

Minimizing the need for printed materials with Proof of Play. 

With Videri’s Proof of Play reporting capabilities, merchandisers can now “rent” digital space to their manufacturers, reducing the amount of printed point-of-sale displays in-store.   

Product Recycling

EU Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and the EU Council on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (known as the WEEE Directive) came into force across EU Member States on 13th August 2005. The WEEE Directive was further updated by EU Directive 2012/19/EU on WEEE (known as the WEEE ‘Recast’ Directive) which later came into force on 24th July 2012.

 

The purpose of the WEEE Directive is to minimise the impact of uncontrolled disposal of electrical and electronic equipment when it reaches end-of-life by requiring producers such as Videri to provide arrangements for collection, treatment, recycling and other forms of recovery of the products they sell in Europe when they become waste.

All products which are covered by the WEEE Directive must be appropriately labelled with the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol. This symbol denotes that the product must be collected separately from other waste streams when it reaches end-of-life.

For Videri products which are covered by the WEEE Directive and therefore labelled with the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol, please follow the information below in the country you are located to understand how you can send equipment for recycling when it reaches end-of-life.

Austria

Under the Austrian Ordinance of Waste Prevention, Collection, and Treatment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EAG-VO), for products that you buy from Videri which carry the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol, Videri provides arrangements for the collection, treatment, recycling, and recovery of these products when they reach end-of-life.

Videri takes its environmental responsibilities seriously to ensure a high-quality recycling process for our products when they reach end-of-life. Videri has implemented a recycling agreement with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN Elektroaltgeräte Service GmbH) to ensure the correct treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE for which Videri is responsible.

As part of this agreement:

  • Videri will pay for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE for which Videri is responsible
  • In return, Videri requires the end-user customer to arrange and pay for the costs of transport of the WEEE to the EARN recycler in Austria

To organise transport of WEEE for which Videri is responsible, please use the link to complete the online form.

After you have completed the form, you can prepare the WEEE for transport to the EARN recycler by following the online instructions provided.

 

Germany

Under the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (known as ElektroG), for products that you buy from Videri which carry the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol, Videri provides arrangements for the collection, treatment, recycling, and recovery of these products when they reach end-of-life.

Videri takes its environmental responsibilities seriously to ensure a high-quality recycling process for our products when they reach end-of-life. Videri has implemented a recycling agreement with the European Advanced Recycling Network (EARN Elektroaltgeräte Service GmbH) to ensure the correct treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE for which Videri is responsible.

As part of this agreement:

  •          Videri will pay for the costs of treatment, recycling and recovery of WEEE for which Videri is responsible
  •          In return, Videri requires the end-user customer to arrange and pay for the costs of transport of the WEEE to the EARN recycler in Germany

 

To organise transport of WEEE for which Videri is responsible, please use the link to complete the online form.

After you have completed the form, you can prepare the WEEE for transport to the EARN recycler by following the online instructions provided