EPEAT Registry Outage Resolved
April 17, 2020
The EPEAT Registry outage has been resolved and full search functionality now available.
This is an update to the EPEAT Registry outage caused by an interruption in service from the EPEAT Registry’s prior platform service provider.
The Green Electronics Council has successfully completed the transition of the EPEAT Registry to a new platform provider. Users can now access the EPEAT Registry at www.epeat.net to easily search and view detailed reports on Active EPEAT registered products. Users can also download reports on Archived EPEAT registered products.
The EPEAT Registry reflects new products submitted by 5pm EST on April 15. Please note that until Friday, May 1, 2020, the EPEAT Registry is continuing with platform transition activities so the addition of new products to the EPEAT Registry may be delayed. The EPEAT Registry is updated daily at 12PM EST and 5PM EST.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this outage.
For more information or further assistance, please contact us at Support@GreenElectronicsCouncil.org
Your resource for greener electronics. EPEAT is the definitive global registry for sustainable electronics. It’s an easy-to-use resource for purchasers, manufacturers, re-sellers and others wanting to find or promote environmentally preferable products.
The Green Electronics Council uses a “declare and verify” system to govern the addition of products to EPEAT. To register products in EPEAT, manufacturers must sign a contract requiring them to accurately declare that their products meet system criteria. Manufacturers must possess and produce evidence to support all declarations (as specified in the relevant standard) upon request by the Green Electronics Council and/or their Conformity Assurance Body.
This system, designed by the EPEAT system’s original stakeholders, addresses the unique characteristics of the electronic products marketplace. Electronics experience very high rates of change in components and sourcing from product launch through the end of their commercial lives. Certification is currently offered for the Mobile Phone category and it is being developed for the remaining product categories.