Choosing to produce more sustainable IT products is something to be proud of. We encourage you to use the TCO Certified brand in your communications.
Four substances on the TCO Certified Accepted Substance List have been re-assessed by since the previous assessments were about to expire.
Hazardous substances used in IT products is a sustainability risk. With TCO Certified Accepted Substance List, safer alternatives are identified.
Join this webinar to learn about the development of supply chain responsibility in the IT industry 2015-2018.
October 17 is Global World Ecolabel Day. Trustworthy ecolabels can help organizations make responsible choices, leading to true environmental benefits.
October 14 is International E-waste Day. The initiative encourages the recycling of e-waste to lessen the burden on the environment.
The report Impacts and Insights 2019 measures sustainability progress among brand owners with IT products certified according to TCO Certified.
To drive sustainability in the manufacturing of electronics and extend product life, the KEEP project now develop a unique traceability system.
TCO Certified will be expanded to include network equipment, data storage products and servers. The draft criteria are now open for stakeholder comments.
Brand owners must submit information to TCO Certified Portal each year to stay compliant with criteria in TCO Certified. Here’s how to know what’s due.