Clarification 32 Open for Second Round of Public Comment

In 2014 the EPEAT Conformity Decision Panel (CDP) issued Clarification 32 about EcoLeaf environmental declarations for product categories that are published on the JEMAI website that are conformant with IEEE 1680.2 criteria and, and partially conformant with criterion The CDP recently made a minor update to the Clarification to add another listing for […]

EPEAT Clarification 37 Open for Additional Public Comment

Following extensive comments received during an initial 30-day comment period, the Green Electronics Council has opened a second 30-day comment period for EPEAT Clarification 37. The previous comments have now been incorporated into the Clarification, which is being opened for another 30-day public comment period. The current draft of Clarification #37 and the link to provide comments […]

Clarification #41 Open for Public Comment

A participating EPEAT Manufacturer asked if products certified to the Korean Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KEITI) Carbon Footprint (CFP) labeling program, including the basic phase 1 level certification, are deemed conformant with IEEE 1680.2 Imaging Equipment criteria and Comments will be accepted from all interested stakeholders until December 8, 2016. At the […]

Outcomes Report for TV-2016-01 is Now Available

The Outcomes Report for EPEAT Verification Round TV-2016-01 is now available for download at this link. Of the criteria investigated, seven were Required and four were Optional. These criteria were chosen randomly from a list of all IEEE 1680.3 products in the EPEAT Registry. No Participating Manufacturer was subject to more than six investigations. Verification Round […]

Outcomes Report for Verification Round PC-2016-02 is Now Available

The Outcomes Report for Personal Computers and Displays Verification Round PC-2016-02 is now available and can be found here. The Round included Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 investigations. The targeted Level 1 investigations included criteria and manufacturers for which the corrective actions from previous investigations did not fully address other products that were potentially impacted […]