With the next generation TCO Certified, we're taking a major step toward a sustainable life cycle for electronics. As you can see in the criteria draft, TCO Certified, generation 8 will focus on further building transparency and responsibility in supply chain, material use and product life. With leadership criteria and independent verification as the backbone of TCO Certified, purchasers, brands and suppliers will have a tool they can trust and stand behind.
A final reminder to submit your comments to the criteria draft for TCO Certiifed, generation 8, before the May 31 deadline. All comments will be handled directly by our team. During the June-August time frame, we will evaluate all comments and make any necessary adjustments to the criteria, compliance or verification methods
TCO Certified Edge is a supplemental certification, intended for leading edge products that exceed typical performance in a particular sustainability attribute. TCO Certified Edge can be added to a certified product as an extra designation of sustainability benefit.
In December 2018, the next generation of the sustainability certification TCO Certified will be launched — generation 8. The criteria draft is now released, including many new and updated criteria, aiming to drive even further sustainability progress in the IT product industry.
Our second deep dive webinar looks at draft criteria for product performance, content, lifetime and material recovery.
Our first deep dive webinar takes a closer look at the draft criteria for supply chain and socially responsible manufacturing.
This year we’re launching the next generation of TCO Certified - generation 8. To start with, we’re publishing the criteria draft, which is now open for stakeholder comment, until May 31.
We have made several changes to the criteria documents, making them easier to navigate, and easier to apply for certification.
During April we’re also offering a number of in-person workshops for industry where we’ll be discussing the draft criteria in detail and answering your questions. Sign up information is below. We’re also available on each workshop date, to meet individually and discuss your feedback.
Join us April 3 to learn more about the draft criteria in the next generation TCO Certified. Draft criteria are now open for stakeholder comment until May 31.