To be exemplary corporate citizens, we strive for leadership by addressing the areas most critical to our stakeholders and our business.
We wholly integrate environmental considerations into our business strategy because this results in better operational efficiency and attains sustainable business behaviour.
We have made DNeX operations a cornerstone of our commitment to environment responsibility, and as such, we place particular emphasis on three priorities: climate and energy, product reuse and recycling and waste minimisation. These issues have strategic importance to our business, stakeholder concerns and our ability to make a positive impact.
At DNeX, we are committed to environmental sustainability with carefully considered goals, programmes and partners. We respond to pressing issues, such as mitigating climate change by pioneering paperless trade facilitation in Malaysia. Our efforts in promoting e-commerce since 1995 has not only impacted organisations operationally, but also making them function in an environmental-friendly manner.
We manage our facilities and conduct our business activities to minimise environmental impacts and promote the welfare and safety of our employees and clients. Our Integrated Enterprise Centre adopts green initiatives that increases energy efficiencies and reduce operational burden.
Because we know that to stay relevant, we have to give what our customers need. And that is exactly what we do.
Efficient branch architectures with branch and WAN aggregation routing portfolio.
Improved energy management system.
Efficient lighting and water systems.
Usage of materials which are at least 15% more efficient for cooling system and contribute to zero ozone depletion.
Improved switching device efficiency.
Internal campaigns to encourage environmental sensitivity are continuously driven – small steps which go a long way in our commitment to decrease our carbon footprint and save money. These include:
Reduced stationery consumption; default printing configuration to reduce tonnage of paper use and toner wastages.
Utilisation of electronic cards for festive greetings; minimising travel for meetings and leveraging on email and teleconfecencing as mode of communication; utilising green bags and recycling bins.
REDUCE, REUSE & RECYCLE
Recycling non-hazardous waste like paper, newspaper and magazines.When disposal is necessary, waste is managed in an environmentally responsible manner, at convenient recyling points within our buildings.