Panasonic is pleased to offer EPEAT® Registered document scanner products, helping government and commercial customers identify products and solutions which are designed to reduce their environmental impact.
What Is An EPEAT Registered Product?
EPEAT registered imaging products meet an extensive list of environmental life-cycle based criteria in the IEEE1680.2 Standard for Environmental Assessment of Image Equipment.
To have an EPEAT registered imaging device, the product must meet at least 33 environmental performance criteria to achieve a bronze rating. Registered products are eligible to achieve a higher rating by meeting some or all of the 26 optional criteria.
Panasonic meets EPEAT environmental standards
Panasonic is pleased to inform that they meet the EPEAT environmental standards in the work group document scanners
KV-S1057C, KV-S1027C, KV-SL1056 and KV-SL1066 and in the production segment document scanners KV-S8127 and KV-S8147.
Panasonic will work to add additional products to the EPEAT Registry.
Please review the section below to learn more about how Panasonic meets some of the most important EPEAT requirements for its document scanner products.
Criteria 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168: Materials with special handling needs
In order to facilitate the preparation for re-use and the correct and environmentally sound treatment of WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), including maintenance, upgrade, refurbishment and recycling, Panasonic provides information (End-of-life (EOL) characterization report) free of charge about preparation for re-use and treatment in respect of each type of new EEE placed for the first time on the Union market within one year after the equipment is placed on the market (article 15 of the WEEE Recast Directive 2012/19/EU).
The EOL characterization reports provide information for identifying the presence and location of all materials and components which are considered hazardous or requiring special handling within a product.
Criteria 22.214.171.124: Addressing Early Failure
Panasonic offers an industry leading manufacturer's warranty on its document scanners.
All Panasonic scanners come with a Standard Manufacturer Warranty that protects you against any mechanical or electronic problems from 12 to 36 months — depending on the model*1. We stand behind every scanner and offer the highest level of support so you can rest easy.
These warranties are valid from the date of purchase.
If any Panasonic document scanner fails during the manufacturer’s warranty period*2, customer are advised to contact Panasonic's authorized service centre hotlines. Panasonic’s Limited Warranty repair and replacement service will be provided by the following:*3
|UK – Staffords:||+44 333 222 8700|
|Germany – VTH:||+49 40 85 49 1156|
|Italy – Innovate:||+39 692 939 319|
|Spain - Valencia Service:||+34 902 107 903|
*1 – 36 months only valid for model KV-S1027C / KV-S1057C / KV-SL1056 / KV-SL1066
*2 – Contact your local dealer or Panasonic's authorized service,
*3 – 36 months warranty service only available in the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain. Other European Countries coming soon.
For complete details on Panasonic's in warranty and extended care services, download our Scanner Warranty and Service Brochure below.
Criteria 126.96.36.199: Spare Parts Availability
Panasonic offers spare parts and consumables for all of its document scanners for at least 7 years after last date of production.
To order replacement parts you can visit Panasonic Partner—Partmaster
Criteria 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11:
Product take-back and end-of-life processing requirements
Panasonic has a very diverse product range in Europe. To manage our WEEE compliance across the EU, it has been our policy to register directly with appropriate recycling schemes in countries where we have legal company presence. Elsewhere, we work with our distributors to ensure that responsibilities are managed locally. We apply the same approach to battery recycling; we are also members of numerous systems in various European countries.
By clicking in the link below
under A Country by Country Approach you will find a list of schemes for each county, in which you will be able to learn more about their activities. Many also give guidance on how to recycle your electronic products in each country.
Note: Some of the websites may only be available in the local language.
18.104.22.168 Annual Volume of electronic products collected via Panasonic’s Recycling Program in Europe
Total Panasonic WEE
*To see the specific Return Ratios for each country please use the link mention above under Europe.
Criteria 22.214.171.124: Key Environmental Aspects
Download the 2015 Panasonic Group Sustainability Book which lists key environmental aspects of our operations.
Criteria 126.96.36.199: Disclosure of supply chain toxics
Information regarding Panasonic’s toxic release data can be found in the link below.