Since first being unveiled at the 2009 CES (Consumer Electronic Show) earlier this year, the new Fuji EnviroMAX batteries have received a fair amount of recognition for the measures taken to ensure the disposable alkaline battery would be both eco-friendly and high performance. With the EnviroMAX having officially been on the market for just under a month now, the positive response response to Fuji’s product continues as they have recently received awards from two separate organizations.
The National Parenting Center called the batteries “impressive” for their performance and reviewers cited Fuji’s environmentally respectful manufacturing process when giving the EnviroMAX the 2009 Seal of Approval. The Fuji EnviroMAX were also recipients of the 2009 iParenting Media Award in the Outstanding Product in the Gear and Accessories category. iParenting Media, a division of Disney’s Interactive Media Group, stated that the Fuji EnviroMAX are an “innovative product that will have a positive, long term impact on the environment.”
“We are thrilled to receive recognition from these two distinguished organizations,” said Jerome Pruett, Fuji EnviroMAX Director of Sales and Marketing. “The future of our planet and its environment is truly in the hands of today’s parents and their children. We believe our batteries make a very positive contribution toward helping preserve the Earth.”
From being manufactured in plants that operate under the strict ISO 14001 environmental certification to the use of packaging material that is recyclable or made out of recycled material, Fuji’s EnviroMAX have set quite an environmentally-friendly standard when it comes to disposable alkaline batteries. As the recent awards demonstrate, Fuji’s effort to go green is not going unnoticed.
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