Dell released its 2009 Corporate Social Responsibility Report (PDF) this week. Within are many statistics related to the IT giant’s work on the environmental front. Here are some of the highlights:
Lower Carbon Emissions:
Completed 88 projects to save 17 million kWh of annualized electricity
use, avoiding 4,300 tons of annualized green house gas emissions.
Exceeded its commitment to recover 125 million kilograms of used computer equipment for responsible recycling in 2008, bringing the company’s total used equipment recycling to more than 275 million pounds.
Expanded its portfolio of energy-efficient products, offering customers 148 Energy Star-certified configurations of desktops, laptops, workstations, monitors, printers and multi-function devices.
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