Development of used materials as an example of business management with regard to the ecological aspect – Canon case study
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The paper presents the concept of re-use of used materials at Canon. The possibilities of re-use of previously used products are described, as well as the ecological aspect of business management. The processes related to the re-development occurring in the Canon company were analyzed. Canon is a Japanese company specializing in imaging and optical products, such as cameras, cameras, photocopiers and computer printers. He is one of the pioneers in the reuse of printer toners.
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