OverviewThe Green Electronics Council’s (GEC) EPEAT ecolabel empowers purchasing organizations to meet their organizational sustainability goals through their purchasing decisions. New guidance from GEC helps purchasers better connect the dots between EPEAT criteria and specific sustainability impact areas, such as addressing climate change, chemicals of concern, supply chain social impacts, plastics, and waste to landfills. Join GEC’s Senior Director of EPEAT Category Development, Patty Dillon and Senior Manager of Purchaser Relations, Andrea Desimone, to learn how you can use this new guidance in your organization’s sustainable IT procurement program.
-How both EPEAT required and optional criteria help purchasers to address specific sustainability impact areas
-Using EPEAT optional criteria as leverage to drive improvements in the design and manufacture of IT products
-Search methods on the EPEAT Registry for finding products that address these specific sustainability impact areas
-How to quantify your positive impact in each of the major impact areas
What You'll Learn
2. Use EPEAT ecolabel optional criteria as leverage in procurements to drive improvements in the design and manufacture of IT products