Dell Focus Area | ADVANCING SUSTAINABILITY

Dell Focus Area | ADVANCING SUSTAINABILITY

We're fueled by the desire to drive human progress through technology. So sustainability is – and has always been – at the heart of everything we do. We know that our world faces pressing social and environmental challenges. And we know it's not enough simply to focus on our own direct impacts. Instead, we aim to catalyze change in everything we do. We advance standards throughout our supply chain and operations. Our products and services help customers do more, consume less and make better use of resources. And we constantly innovate to transform our world for the better.

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 Progress Report: Environment 
Explore the environment section of Dell FY19 2020 Legacy of Good Plan Annual Progress Report:
https://corporate.delltechnologies.com/en-us/social-impact/reporting/fy19-csr-report.htm

 

Content from this campaign

Earth: It Gives You a Lifetime, Can You Give It an Hour?
This Saturday (March 24) at 8:30 pm, millions of people, businesses and landmarks around the globe will set aside an hour to host events, switch off their lights and make some noise for action on climate change. It’s called Earth Hour, and I’m proud that Dell is once again turning off logo signs on many buildings and darkening areas (where it won’t interfere with safety or security)...
Mar 24, 2018 7:30 AM ET
When It Comes to Fighting Ocean-Bound Waste, Collaboration Is Key
In the UK right now, there is a huge spotlight on the crisis being created in our seas by plastic waste. The reality of the situation is scary – and hard to ignore. Every single year, 8 million metric tons of plastic enter our seas, endangering marine life and polluting our waters. And it’s not just marine life being affected. With the vast majority of plastic pieces in the ocean less than 5mm...
Feb 27, 2018 8:05 AM ET
Dell and Nikki Reed Turn Gold from Computers into Jewelry
Multinational computer company Dell has partnered with LA-based jewellery designer Nikki Reed to give gold recovered from old computer motherboards a second life supporting the sustainable design movement. The ‘Circular Collection’ is a limited edition jewelry collection, part of the Bayou with Love series, sourced from gold from Dell’s recycling programmes and includes 14-and 18-carat...
Feb 23, 2018 8:10 AM ET
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

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