Today the Green Electronics Council and the Confederation of Indian Industry’s Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development celebrate the one-year anniversary of their collaborative launch of EPEAT, the definitive global rating system for greener electronics, in India. Nearly 3 million (2,962,734) EPEAT-registered electronic products were purchased from India-based manufacturers between July and January 2014 . These products’ environmentally sensitive design, energy efficient […]
The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at the University of Massachusetts has partnered with the Green Electronics Council, the Responsible Purchasing Network, and the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council to create a new report, Advancing Safer Chemicals in Products: The Key Role of Purchasing. This report describes the potentially harmful environmental and health impacts associated with some […]
Clarification 33 has been revised to include criteria 220.127.116.11 for Televisions.
Sorry, this training session has been cancelled. Please stay tuned for a rescheduled course in Autumn of 2015.
Wednesday, July 15, 1:00 – 2:00 PDT Join EPEAT’s Sarah O’Brien and Andrea Desimone for this overview of the EPEAT system and live walk-through of the EPEAT Registry. Learn how to use EPEAT to purchase more sustainable computers, displays, printers, copiers, televisions, and more. The webinar will cover: How the EPEAT system works Who is […]
Did you know that you can view the full environmental criteria information of each product on the EPEAT Registry? Criteria Detail on the EPEAT Registry from Green Electronics Council on Vimeo.