Achieving greater sustainability requires a collective effort from IT buyers as well as industry. That’s why TCO Development has launched the campaign This is IT.
TCO Certified, generation 8 takes a major step toward a more sustainable life cycle for IT products. The certification helps you meet growing purchaser demand for more sustainable IT products globally. Now is your opportunity to see if your products are ready.
You can now sign up and be notified of when new substances are added to TCO Certified Accepted Substance List. This way, you’ll always have access to the latest information.
In TCO Certified, generation 8, critical product components must be replaceable. We have made some clarifications regarding service manual requirements in this criteria. Find all the information you need here.
The mandate of criteria 1.3, sustainability performance, states that global production volumes for the certified product must be reported in TCO Certified Portal each year. The deadline for the first time this should be done has now been postponed.
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.
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.