TCO Certified is a sustainability certification for IT products, making it easier for purchasers and industry to make more responsible choices. TCO Certified includes life cycle criteria for social and environmental criteria and independent verification of product, factories and brand responsibility is included, both pre and post certification.
Include TCO Certified in your purchasing contracts
Certify and promote your certified display products
As part of the new generation TCO Certified, brands declare the energy consumption, recycled plastic content and weight of all certified product models
In the second of our 2016 Sustainable IT webinar series, we take a closer look at Sustainable IT Procurement practices.
In the first of our 2016 Sustainable IT webinar series, we found out more about toxics in IT-products.
The next generation of TCO Certified only accepts non-halogenated flame retardants that have been reviewed by GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals.
In 2016 we'll focus on product and factory follow up verification, as well as kicking off the 3-year process to develop the next generation TCO Certified.
We will be publishing on-demand versions of the presentations from Sustainable IT Summit 2015. In part 3, Niklas Egels-Zandén take a closer look at the issue of social responsibility in the supply chain.
We will be publishing on-demand versions of the presentations from Sustainable IT Summit 2015 in 3 parts. In part 2, Dr. Mark Rossi from US-based Clean Production Action provides an overview of GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals
We will be publishing on-demand versions of the presentations from Sustainable IT Summit 2015 in 3 parts. First out is Niclas Rydells presentation about The New Generation TCO Certified.