Stockholm, February 13, 2020 Purchasers increasingly include sustainability criteria in procurement. It motivates the IT industry to prioritize sustainability issues and the brands Ciara and Inforlandia are the latest to make adjustments to their production to meet the strict criteria in TCO Certified. Canadian public agencies have used TCO Certified in procurement for more than
January 24 is Circular Electronics Day, an initiative aiming to encourage organizations and consumers to take a more responsible approach to electronics.
Sustainability problems risk workers’ health in the IT industry. Engagement, long term investments and follow-up is needed to improve the situation.
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.
CO2 emissions from data centers is growing. To help tackle the problem, TCO Certified will be expanded to include data centers.
Dell, HP and Lenovo show leadership in sustainability by certifying computers according to the stricter criteria in TCO Certified, generation 8.
The video This is IT demonstrates sustainability issues connected to IT products and how a circular approach is key to a more sustainable world.
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.