A new addition to TCO Certified Edge will help IT buyers take responsibility for the escalating e-waste problem.
This slide-free webinar will do a deep-dive into the problems associated with e-waste. Listen to experts in the field and ask questions.
One year ago, we launched TCO Certified, generation 8. Through strong engagement the certification has already led to many sustainability successes.
One substance on TCO Certified Accepted Substance List have been re-assessed since the previous assessment was about to expire.
Clare Hobby, director of purchaser engagement, explores the unique position of purchasers over the development of more sustainable products
October 14 is International E-waste Day. The initiative encourages the recycling of e-waste to lessen the burden on the environment.
The video This is IT demonstrates sustainability issues connected to IT products and how a circular approach is key to a more sustainable world.
TCO Certified, generation 8 is now launched, helping organizations make responsible choices when purchasing IT products.
Today is the launch of TCO Certified, generation 8, focusing on the most relevant sustainability challenges.
Computers, tablets and other IT products we use daily contain chemicals that are in many cases harmful to people and the environment. For instance, flame-retardants in plastics prevent the product from catching fire and phthalates are used to soften the insulation of the cables.