By prolonging product life, you contribute to a more sustainable future by reducing the alarming amounts of e-waste and the release of hazardous substances.
Webinar about the sustainability challenges connected to IT products, and how you can drive positive change through strategic, sustainable procurement.
TCO Certified, generation 8 was launched at an event in Brussels in December, gathering industry, purchasing organizations, NGOs and other stakeholders.
The City of Gothenburg uses public procurement as a tool for driving sustainable development. CSR specialist Johan Davidsson has some top tips for success.
TCO Certified, generation 8 is now launched, helping organizations make responsible choices when purchasing IT products.
With TCO Certified, generation 8, you can contribute the UN Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change.
Most IT products are produced and consumed in a linear way. TCO Certified, generation 8 encourage a circular approach to the life cycle of IT products.
By using TCO Certified, generation 8, you send a clear message to industry to protect human rights, work against corruption and protect workers’ rights.
Today is the launch of TCO Certified, generation 8, focusing on the most relevant sustainability challenges.
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.