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Join us in driving progress toward more sustainable IT products

Do you want IT products that have a lower impact on the environment and human health? Products that are manufactured without violations to labor laws and children’s rights? Good! We do too. For over 25 years, TCO Certified has addressed the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges, with many successes. Let’s continue the work together.

About TCO Certified

Global sustainability certification for IT products.

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Sustainable procurement is made easier with TCO Certified.

Certify your products

TCO Certified helps you take social and environmental responsibility.

About TCO Certified

Global sustainability certification for IT products.
About TCO Certified

Ask for TCO Certified

Sustainable procurement is made easier with TCO Certified.
Ask for TCO Certified

Certify your products

TCO Certified helps you take social and environmental responsibility.
CERTIFY YOUR PRODUCTS

About TCO Certified

Global sustainability certification for IT products.
About TCO Certified

Ask for TCO Certified

Sustainable procurement is made easier with TCO Certified.
ASK FOR TCO CERTIFIED

Certify your products

TCO Certified helps you take social and environmental responsibility.
CERTIFY YOUR PRODUCTS

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