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

Nikki Reed Is Using Dell's Gold E-Waste Scraps To Make Incredible Jewelry
Actress Nikki Reed has announced her partnership with Dell through her company Bayou With Love. Together, they're recycling gold scraps from Dell's old motherboards and turning them into a new line of jewelry, Engadget reports. The line includes 14- and 18-carat gold rings,...
Feb 16, 2018 10:20 AM ET
Perspectives from World Economic Forum
This year, I had the opportunity to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, which brought together over 3,000 leaders from business, government, international organizations, civil society, academia, media and the arts. I’ve attended the gathering in the past, and can say that this meeting was my favorite experience for...
Feb 13, 2018 8:15 AM ET
Actress Nikki Reed and Dell Collaborate on Recycled Gold Jewelry Collection
Dell Inc., an arm of Dell Technologies, said last week that its first-ever recycled gold jewelry collection created in partnership with actress, entrepreneur and activist Nikki Reed is now available for pre-order. The limited edition collection debuts today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. In partnership with Reed’s sustainable apparel and accessories company, ...
Feb 9, 2018 9:05 AM ET
Dell Eyes a Future That's More Than Just New PC Hardware
by Matthew Buzzi Dell and its Alienware gaming branch took to the stage at CES today to show off its coming lineup for the year, outlining a strategy that looks to include more than just iterative hardware releases. The event, hosted by TV and gaming personality Jessica Chobot, ran the gamut from...
Feb 6, 2018 2:30 PM ET
Nikki Reed and Dell Turn E-Waste into New Treasures
The Circular Collection by Bayou with Love, a jewelry line made from gold recovered from computer motherboards collected through Dell’s recycling programs. The collaboration brings visibility to the importance and value of recycling and sustainable design. It also supports Dell’s Legacy of Good goals to collect 2 billion pounds of e-waste and recycle 100 million pounds of recycled content into...
Jan 17, 2018 8:55 AM ET

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