AV buyers will now have an easier time to make more sustainable choices, as market leader Epson is the latest to achieve the TCO Certified designation, for 45 of their professional projector models.
#CircularElectronicsDay highlights the fact that 50 million metric tons of IT products and other electronics are discarded around the world every year. The waste contains both valuable metals and hazardous substances that are often released into nature and affect human health.
Today, the Green Economy conference “Putting words into action” takes place in Stockholm as part of the Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN) annual meeting.
For over 25 years, TCO Certified has developed solutions for driving social and environmental responsibility in IT products and their manufacture.
By setting relevant sustainability criteria, purchasing organisations can help drive increased environmental and social responsibility in the market.
IT brand HP has joined Dell and Lenovo in achieving the TCO Certified sustainability certification for a range of notebook computers.
A new compliance study by sustainability certification TCO Certified reveals major improvements in factories manufacturing IT products for 16 brands.
In our 2016 progress report, our most recent follow up verification rounds reveal both progress and challenges in IT factory working conditions.
The chemical tax on electronics is aimed at substances with known negative effects, while giving a pass to untested substitutes with possibly greater risk
Casio joins NEC and Acer in offering projectors that meet all TCO Certified life cycle sustainability criteria. Buyers can choose from 50 certified models.