Make sure all your certificates are upgraded to TCO Certified, generation 8. On December 4, 2020 all certificates for the previous generation will expire.
The proposal to include “Flame retardant free enclosure” as a new TCO Certified Edge criterion is withdrawn.
Choosing to produce more sustainable IT products is something to be proud of. We encourage you to use the TCO Certified brand in your communications.
TCO Certified will be expanded to include network equipment, data storage products and servers. The draft criteria are now open for stakeholder comments.
Brand owners must submit information to TCO Certified Portal each year to stay compliant with criteria in TCO Certified. Here’s how to know what’s due.
To drive better design whilst considering sustainability benefits, we now draft a new TCO Certified Edge Displays criterion: flame retardant free enclosure
TCO Development is designing criteria for network equipment, data storage and servers. The pre-drafts of the criteria are now released.
We have solved a problem with the certificate and will once again include critical components, adapters and batteries in the appendix of the certificate.
The TCO Certified brand book and the criterion 1.1, information to end users, have both been updated. The guide and the criterion are now aligned.
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.