Compare New and Remanufactured Computers by Carbon Footprint

Comparing devices by carbon footprint before purchasing can reduce environmental impact by as much as 82% [1].

This is because two similar devices, that have both achieved energy and eco-certification, can range from as little as 99 kgCO2e to as much as 560 kgCO2e GHG emissions*

Taking this extra step can also help organisations become compliant with new IT procurement legislation [1] that requires newly purchased devices to be selected using sustainability as a criterion.

The Px3 Dynamic Carbon Footprint application is the only scientifically validated tool in the world that can enable you to compare thousands of new and remanufactured desktop computers, laptops, tablets, thin clients and monitors from brands such as Acer, Apple, Asus, Dell, Circular Computing, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo and Microsoft by carbon footprint and on a level playing field.

The Px3 Dynamic Carbon Footprint application

Using a simple and intuitive menu, select the type of device you are interested in (e.g. notebook), how long your organisation may keep the device, what region or country the device is most likely to be used and perhaps the brand, if you have a preference.

Press one button and in less than one second the application will stack rank new and remanufactured devices by carbon footprint or energy efficiency or scope 3 supply chain GHG emissions; the choice is yours.

Using the compare function, select the device that you fits your needs. Then with one click, produce a bespoke product carbon footprint report that meets international GHG accounting protocol and product lifecycle assessment reporting standards.

Armed with accurate information, you can then proceed to buy the device via your usual supplier safe in the knowledge that you are driving climate action by accurately selecting low carbon footprint products.

If you are an end user organisation, company or business operating in the commercial, public or third sector, simply click the link below for prices.

[1] Sutton-Parker, J. (2022), ‘Is sufficient carbon footprint information available to make sustainability focused computer procurement strategies meaningful?’. 1877-0509. Procedia Computer Science. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Science Direct, Elsevier B.V.

*Source: The Dynamic Carbon Footprint and including 4 years of use