Our sustainability work
Did you know that electronics is the world's fastest growing waste stream and emits more carbon dioxide than aviation globally? We help our customers reach their environmental goals in order to reach the UN's goals for sustainable development. With us you can quickly and easily become circular.
Four steps to reach your climate goals
Our calculation model
Our Sustainability Goals
UN's Sustainable Development Goals
What is circular economy?
Circular IT, circular economy and circular flows. Today it is not uncommon to come across terms like these, but what do they really mean?
The climate and environmental impact of electronics
A fast-growing technological development and an increased consumption of electronic products has led to a greater amount of electronic waste around the world. Every year, millions of electronic products are thrown away and end up in landfills, which leads to an increased burden on the environment. But what exactly is the problem with electronics?
Four steps towards carbon neutrality in electronics
We have to think before we produce, consume and use electronics. When manufacturing a computer, 22 kilos of chemicals, 1,500 liters of water and 1,200 kilos of waste are required.
Record-breaking interest in circular IT
13 December 2022
“Everyone wants to do a good deal, both for the company itself and for society at large.”
14 November 2022
“It feels good to contribute to a circular world”
14 November 2022
Sweclockers: used computers get new owners through Inrego
25 August 2022
“You don't have to be a big company to profit from reused IT”
30 June 2022
Kalmar municipality's computers are reused - environmental gain: 360 tons of carbon dioxide
21 June 2022
Sustainable IT is a key building block for Polarbröd to achieve its high sustainability goals
1 March 2022
Security and flexibility make Actic continue to buy reconditioned IT from Inrego
23 February 2022