Design4Green (ESAIP) - France
Design4Green Challenge is a 48 hours challenge of ecodesign. The challenge is worldwilde and open to all students and professionnals with IT knowledge. It includes live coaching sessions and talk with Green IT experts.
Re-Tek - UK
Re-Tek provide reverse logistics and data destruction services for redundant IT equipment. Refurbishing equipment for re-sale or donation to charitable causes, Re-Tek divert equipment from energy hungry recycling processes, extend the life of the asset and minimise environmental impact.
Mazuma Mobile - UK
Mazuma Mobile is an online mobile phone reuse and recycling service allowing consumers to unlock the cash value of their mobile phones, offering same day payments.
Google - Worldwide
Google’s global partnership with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation is supporting Google to build on existing practices and embed circular economic principles into the fabric of Google’s infrastructure, operations and culture
HP & Sinctronics - Brazil
The partnership between HP and Sinctronics has brought about the first circular economy initiative in the Brazilian electronics sector.
Gerrard Street - The Netherlands
Globally we throw away 15 million kg of headphones every year either due to simple mechanical faults or because of technology advances. How can we capture the value that is being lost in this discarded material?
Toyota - Australia
Toyota got help on the assessment of the environmental risks and opportunities within their IT estate.
Cabinet Ricard & Ringuier - France
The goal of this project is to provide a convenient and easy-to-use webmail for SOHO that automatically sorts emails in files. The website has been conceived with greenIT in mind and further: respect for user attention, data privacy and data sovereignty.
Nederland ICT - The Netherlands
Long-Term Agreement (LTA) on energy efficiency for the ICT-industry in the Netherlands (MJA3). The LTA provides the Dutch ICT industry a public-private platform that enables independent and transparent monitoring and improvement of energy efficiency by sharing knowledge and experiences.
GreenServe - The Netherlands
The project was commissioned to understand what is the state-of-the-art situation of the ICT used by public organisations and potential case studies and assess opportunities to enable energy and power management