Dell, Inc. is an American multinational information technology corporation based in 1 Dell Way, Round Rock, Texas, United States, that develops, sells and supports computers and related products and services. Dell is listed at number 41 in the Fortune 500 list.

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Sea Level Rise: Who Should Take Responsibility in Silicon Valley?

Sea level rise is a global problem. In Silicon Valley, many businesses believe its a far away problem with distant answers. Bad news:…

Dell Moves Even Closer to a Closed-Loop Supply Chain

Dell will revamp 35 product lines in order to increase the recycling of what have already been 4.2 million pounds of plastics annually.…

Video: Bruno Sarda, Dell on “The ROI of Sustainability”

At Sustainable Brands 2015, we asked thought leaders to define the ROI of Sustainability in their words. In this video, Bruno Sarda of…

How Dell is Closing the Loop

Consider this: Less than 15 percent of electronic products are recycled each year. Dell hopes to improve these numbers with its design-for-environment-inspired OptiPlex…

3 Leaders to Keep You Inspired Every Day

If you are looking for inspiration on how you might establish your own center, focus and goals, here are just three of the…
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3p Weekend: How 7 Companies Are Celebrating America Recycles Day

Top companies plan to commemorate America Recycles Day by hosting recycling drives, spearheading education campaigns and offering friendly reminders of the importance of…
7th grader Jose Morga explains how his used a Dell Chromebook to design their experiment to test the composting ability of worms in space.

Dell, Google Technology Inspires Oakland Middle Schoolers

Students at Urban Promise Academy develop science experiments and learn to code with school laptops.
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3p Weekend: 7 Companies Investing in Sustainable Packaging

From mushrooms and potatoes to the quest for a recyclable toothpaste tube, this week we're tipping our hats to seven companies that are…
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Smartphones Are Everywhere … But Where Are the Standards?

Eco labels, certifications and industry standards such as UL Environment's UL 110 are integral to minimizing the environmental impacts of CE devices throughout…

StEP Initiative is Turning e-Waste Into an e-Resource

Posing a threat to health and ecosystems, urban mining of e-waste and cradle-to-cradle product life cycles could turn threat into opportunity. In partnership…

Interview: Scott O’Connell, Director of Environmental Affairs, Dell

Nick Aster talks to Dell's Scott O'Connell about sustainability at Dell and their recent announcement to offer the computer industry's first ever closed…

Interview: Sara Greenstein, President of UL’s Supply Chain & Sustainability Team

Sara talks about what it means to build a more sustainable supply chain as well as UL Environment's work with Dell to offer…
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5 Examples of Corporate Disaster Relief

Companies do more than provide products for your lifestyle and for your home. They’re out in local and worldwide communities, providing relief from…
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Dell’s Sustainability Plan Sets Lofty Goals for 2020

Dell's 2020 Legacy of Good Plan is the next step in its Powering the Possible commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility.
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The Circular Economy Leads to…Mushroom Surfboards?

Ecovative Design, known for its high performance packaging made from the growth stage of mushrooms, has introduced the world's first Mushroom Surfboards.