To verify compliance with the criteria 6.4 Product durability and 6.5 Battery longevity, products must be tested by test facilities accredited according to ISO 17025. Until December 3, 2019, some exemptions are allowed.
We have received questions regarding the ETEC_MAX value for displays in TCO Certified, generation 8. Here is a clarification of which value we want you to report.
For purchasers of AV solutions, product performance and image quality are key. How does this impact the work with sustainability? Is it possible to find premium quality projectors and other products that are designed and made in a more environmentally and socially responsible way?
October 25 is Global World Ecolabel Day, celebrating products and services that are independently verified to be more sustainable.
Right now, you have the option of applying for generation 8 and be recognized as first to certify at our launch event in December.
Take part in our roundtable where we discuss sustainability challenges and prioritized issues to focus on up until the year 2021 and beyond.
On December 4, TCO Certified, generation 8 will be launched and the first certified products will be recognized in a ceremony.
Join our guest speaker Kris Spriano, SPLC BENCHMARK Program Manager in this case study which demonstrates a method to measure and benchmark sustainable purchasing practices within an organization.
Want new inspiration and ideas, and stay up to date with the latest in sustainable procurement? Exciting webinars are coming up on three separate themes: more efficient purchasing strategies, AV procurement, and ecolabels. Register now!
While the IT products you purchase can come with social and environmental risks, sustainable procurement can help your organization drive sustainable development. Our guide helps you do it successfully.