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TCO Certified เผยพัฒนาการและความท้าทายสภาพการทำงานในโรงงานผลิตสินค้าอิเล็กทรอนิกส์

28 February, 2017|

TCO Certified ซึ่งเป็นมาตรฐานรับรองผลิตภัณฑ์ไอที เปิดเผยในรายงานฉบับใหม่ถึงความคืบหน้า รวมทั้งความท้าทายต่างๆที่ยังคงปรากฏให้เห็นในสภาพการทำงานของโรงงานผลิตสินค้าอิเล็กทรอนิกส์

Proposed chemical tax on electronics misses environmental target

23 September, 2016|

A proposed Swedish chemical tax on electronics misses the mark on the environment, by instead focusing on revenue generation. The tax is only aimed at substances whose negative effects are already known, while giving a pass to untested substitutes that can pose even greater health and environmental risk.

More TCO Certified projectors as buyers drive sustainability

30 August, 2016|

Casio now joins NEC and Acer in offering projectors that meet all TCO Certified life cycle criteria for socially responsible manufacturing, energy efficiency, picture quality and lower environmental impact. Buyers can now choose from 50 certified projector models.

Closing the sustainability gap in public procurement

18 May, 2016|

Listen to our webinar, “Closing the sustainability gap in public procurement”, were we explore opportunities, dispel myths, identify gaps and effective solutions in the current approach to sustainability and procurement in public sector. A case study from Sweden are discussed as well as the vital role of public purchasers in driving positive change.

Are Your Electronics Socially Responsible?

3 May, 2016|

Some problems that plague IT production – like blocked fire exits or malfunctioning safety equipment – are relatively easy to solve. But the issues go much deeper. From migrant workers who have to pay for the privilege of serving as modern-day forced labor, to using student workers for menial tasks under the guise of education, to extreme overtime — the human costs of IT manufacturing can be staggering.