Dell Focus Area | Environment

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Dell Focus Area | Environment

Environmental responsibility is about more than creating an eco-friendly product or initiative. It’s about incorporating sustainability into everything we do, while using our technology and expertise to innovate on behalf of our customers, our communities and the planet.

Visit dell.com/environment for more information on:

Ocean plastics: There are more than 86 million metric tons of plastic in our oceans right now. See how Dell is removing that pollution from our waters and turning it into materials for our products.

Design for environment: Innovative thinking and a lifecycle approach to how we design products and source materials are the first steps in delivering products that help you do more while minimizing your impact.

Reducing our impact: How products are made matters – to our customers, our communities and the planet. We focus on sustainable operations – using resources efficiently, managing wastes effectively and working to improve our local environment.

Green packaging and shipping: Our goal is to create a waste-free packaging experience, using recycled and renewable source materials, right-sizing to reduce waste, and making it easy for you to responsibly dispose of packaging through recycling or composting.

Reducing your footprint: Energy efficiency is a top priority across all our product lines. It helps you get the most from your energy use, which saves you money, reduce risk, and meet sustainability goals or regulations.

Recycling your Dell: We go beyond green IT — technology that itself leaves a smaller environmental footprint — to help you look at IT that enables you to address your sustainability goals and take control of your resources in a way that creates value.

2020 Legacy of Good Plan Annual Update website: Environment
Explore the environment section of Dell FY17 2020 Legacy of Good Plan Annual Update website:
http://legacyofgood.dell.com/environment.htm

Content from this campaign

VIDEO | Introducing NextWave, A Cross-industry Collaboration Aimed at Developing the First Commercial-scale Ocean-bound Plastics Supply Chain
Dell Inc. and Lonely Whale will form of a collaborative and open-source initiative called NextWave, convening General Motors, Trek Bicycle, Interface, Van de...
Dec 15, 2017 8:45 AM ET
Dell Inc. and Lonely Whale Convene Cross-Industry Group to Address Marine Litter
News Summary Dell Inc. and Lonely Whale bring together cross industry consortium of companies including General Motors, Trek Bicycle, Herman Miller, Interface, Van de Sant, Humanscale and Bureo to scale the use of ocean-bound plastics With support of UN Environment, The Lonely Whale will convene the group to create the first global, scalable and...
Dec 12, 2017 2:45 PM ET
The Breakdown on What Happens to Your Laptop to #BeRecycled
It’s one of those statistics that stays with you: recycling aluminum takes about 95 percent less energy than processing new aluminum from raw materials. The good news is people kind of “get it” when it comes to recycling aluminum cans. They are the most-recycled item and something like 120,000 of...
Nov 15, 2017 2:35 PM ET
An Entrepreneurial Model to Protect America's Private Forests
There is a frequently-held misconception in our society that protecting the environment and having a robust, growing economy are fundamentally at odds with one another. Nothing could be further from the truth, as evidenced by the role that responsibly managed forests play in sustaining local economies, protecting our climate and serving as a source of forest-based products like paper,...
Oct 4, 2017 9:05 AM ET
One Way Dell is Helping to Save the Monarchs
It’s a lazy September afternoon in Central Texas and I’m working from my deck (thank you for the flexibility, Dell!) as I see a giant yellow swallowtail flutter by. They are one of my favorites, but the time is quickly approaching for the arrival of the true kings and queens: the Monarchs. The Monarch...
Sep 25, 2017 8:25 AM ET

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