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Brother's CSR

Brother strongly believes in being a responsible corporate citizen, and this is reflected in our broad range of corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies and programmes. The sections below provide a detailed look at Brother's CSR initiatives.

withEmployees

With Employees

 

The Brother Group respects diversity, and provides a working environment that enables employees to utilize their talents and abilities to the fullest and great opportunity through challenging work assignments. Moreover, efforts and performance are fairly evaluated with attractive financial rewards.

 

withBusinessPartners

With Business Partners

 

The Brother Group effectively delivers superior value to customers, acts fairly with business partners, and builds strong, respectful working relationships for mutual growth.

 

withSharHolders

With Shareholders

 

The Brother Group effectively delivers superior value to customers, acts fairly with business partners, and builds strong, respectful working relationships for mutual growth.

 

 

Project homecoming

With Environment

Brother join first ever recycling initiative – Project Homecoming

Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson and Lexmark join hands to raise environmental awareness through Singapore’s first joint cartridge recycling project

Launched on 1 December 2011, Project Homecoming is Singapore’s first-ever joint printer brand ink and toner cartridge recycling initiative. It is the first international expansion of the world’s first joint printer brand recycling project that first started in Japan three years ago. In Singapore, Project Homecoming is led by Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson and Lexmark and is supported by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and National Library Board (NLB).

The initiative aims to encourage the recycling of cartridges through the provision of easily accessible bins for the public to properly recycle ink and toner cartridges. It further aims to raise community awareness around the importance of this effort, as well as recycling in general.

The Project Homecoming cartridge recycling bins are conveniently located at selected Singapore National Library branches where the public can easily deposit expended ink and toner cartridges from printers of any brand for recycling. The cartridges are periodically collected for sorting and repatriation to their original manufacturers for proper recycling.

The libraries, located in the North, South, East, West and Central parts of the island as follows:

1.    Ang Mo Kio Public Library

2.    Bedok Public Library

3.    Bishan Public Library

4.    Bukit Merah Public Library

5.    Geylang East Public Library

6.    Jurong Regional Library

7.    Jurong West Public Library

8.    Marine Parade Public Library

9.    National Library Building

10.  Queenstown Public Library

11.  Tampines Regional Library

12.  Toa Payoh Public Library

13.  Woodlands Regional Library

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