Entries by andrea desimone

Free Webinar: Healthcare Sustainability Roadmap – Lifecycle Management of Electronics from Procurement to Disposal

Wednesday, April 27, 2016  11:00 AM PDT / 2:00PM EDT Register now Because electronics are produced and recycled globally; because they are highly resource-intensive products that contain toxic and environmentally harmful materials; reductions in impact through better product selection and management can have positive results for human health and the environment around the world. The […]

Bowdoin College

Bowdoin College is a 2015 EPEAT Purchaser Award Winner Over their lifetime, the EPEAT registered electronics purchased by Bowdoin College in 2014 will result in environmental impact reductions including: 30,213 kWh of Electricity, enough to power 2.5 U.S. households for a year 190 kg of hazardous waste, equivalent to the weight of 2 refrigerators 5,155 […]

Loyola University Chicago

Loyola University Chicago is a 2015 EPEAT Purchaser Award Winner Over their lifetime, the EPEAT registered electronics purchased by Loyola University Chicago in 2013 will result in environmental impact reductions including: 20,786 kWh of Electricity, enough to power 2 U.S. households for a year 325 kg of hazardous waste, equivalent to the weight of 3 […]

Verification Round PC-2016-01 – Level 1 Investigations to Launch in March

Verification Round PC-2016-01 – Level 1 Investigations to Launch in March The Plan for the first PCs and Displays Verification Round of the year (PC-2016-01) is now available. In this Round, all products and criteria will be randomly chosen. Eighty-four (84) Level 1 investigations are planned. In Level 1 investigations, an Auditor assesses Conformance to […]

Outcomes Report for Imaging Equipment Verification Round IE-2015-01 Now Available

The Outcomes Report for Imaging Equipment Verification Round IE-2015-01 is now available.. This Round focused on two criteria, 4.5.2.2 (Product specific greenhouse gas emissions – third-part verification) and 4.9.3.2 (Manufacturer recycles or reuses toner material collected through its cartridges and container take-back program) due to apparent confusion regarding these criteria.