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New Report Highlights Slates, Tablets and Environmental Considerations

The Green Electronics Council (GEC) today released a report highlighting some of the environmental issues and opportunities surrounding slate and tablet computers. The report, titled “An Introduction…
April 15, 2014

Indian Environment Network to Support EPEAT Expansion in India

The Green Electronics Council today announced that the Indian Environment Network (IEN), an online community of professionals from more than 2,000 organizations and institutions, has committed to be…
March 12, 2014

IT Asset Management Group Becomes EPEAT Champion to Promote Sustainable Technology Procurement and Asset Disposal Practices

IT Asset Management Group (ITAMG), a leading provider of IT asset disposal, data destruction and electronics recycling services, has joined the EPEAT Champion program. EPEAT is the definitive global rating…
January 14, 2014

Slates/Tablets Workshop - Presentation Materials

The US Department of Energy and Green Electronics Council co-convened a two day workshop in December 2013, bringing together 39 stakeholders to develop a better understanding of the slates/tablets product…
December 17, 2013

Video: Green Electronics Council Collaborating with UL Environment

Earlier this summer, the Green Electronics Council announced a collaboration with UL Environment, a business unit of UL (Underwriters Laboratories), to bring a mobile-device category to the EPEAT® registry…
November 6, 2013

New EPEAT Website Highlights Participants, Improves Navigation

Purchasers around the world often say evaluating and sourcing greener electronics with EPEAT is “easy.” Today, the Green Electronics Council announced the EPEAT website has been redesigned to help…
November 5, 2013

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