I will be discussing EPEAT, ENERGY STAR and other green computing issues pertinent to the channel with Frank Raimondi, Executive Director of NASBA on Thursday, February 10 at 12:30 pm ET. You can register for the webinar here.
Webinar description: Customers are interested in buying them. The federal government is requiring it. Higher education and an increasing number of corporations and businesses are mandating it. What could it be? Quite simply, it’s green and energy efficient computing. Unfortunately for many channel partners, that’s where the simplicity ends.
DFE, EPEAT, Knowsgreen Projects
The Electronic Product Stewardship Canada 2009 update to the Design for Environment (DfE) report on electronics has been posted here. This report was commissioned by EPSC last year and completed earlier this year by a team from the Green Electronics Council. Schaffer Environmental was the lead project manager for this project and a great team was assembled to perform the research.
I hope the report is useful and please provide feedback here or to EPSC so the next update to the report can be even better.
Click here for the EPSC DfE Report Page!
DFE, Knowsgreen Projects