EPEAT will now include printers, copiers, scanners and other imaging equipment in its worldwide green product registry.
Celebrating Earth Day this week, Dell has announced that its recycled over 150 million pounds of e-waste in the fiscal year.
One hundred Goodwills in Delaware, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island join Dell Reconnect, where you can recycle computer gear.
Through a combination of Energy Smart systems, efficient components and LED displays, Dell has improved its laptop energy efficiency by 25% since 2008.
Dell recently unveiled a series of stylish LED displays that are energy efficient and contain more eco-friendly materials in their body design.
Dell has been named the greenest company among larger companies in the United States by Newsweek, moving up from last year’s rankings to take the top spot.
In an EarthTechling exclusive, Dell responds to allegations from Greenpeace that the computer manufacturer is not doing enough to meet a planned removal of select chemicals from its products.