Dell is continuing to adopt circular economy business practices, a new report released by the tech giant shows.

The company’s 2020 Legacy of Good report, covering its performance on sustainability over a 12 month period up to February 2018, reveals a number of achievements relating to the circular economy, including the fact it has ‘brought closed-loop plastics recycling to its enterprise portfolio in Europe, recycling more than 35,000 lbs. of plastic from e-waste into new enterprise products’. We also reported earlier this year that e-waste collected through one of Dell’s recycling initiatives is being transformed into jewellery.

 

“The Legacy of Good program reflects what’s possible when people and technology come together with purpose. Our customers, partners and teams care about this work now more than ever, and we will continue to seek innovative ways to deploy our resources, design out waste, celebrate inclusion and address the greatest need,” said Christine Fraser, Chief Responsibility Officer, Dell.