Sustainable equipment management

Eco-responsibility and digital technology

The eco-responsible use of digital should continue to grow over the next few years. Gartner Inc. predicts that by 2025, 50% of CIOs will have performance indicators linked to the sustainability of IT organizations. 

Throughout its life cycle, digital equipment has a direct influence on a company’s budget and carbon strategy: at the time of purchase, by choosing reconditioned or eco-responsible equipment; during use, by adopting the right gestures; and at the end of life, by defining a strategy, such as reconditioning or recycling 

The law to combat waste of resources and develop the circular economy, AGEC, and the REEN law to reduce the environmental footprint of digital technology, frame the behavior of manufacturers and consumers to guarantee optimal management of digital equipment, such as reparability and durability, the obligation to purchase reconditioned equipment, and the availability of spare parts for at least 5 years. 

The European Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) imposes new standards and obligations on extra-financial reports for large companies and listed SMEs. These reports must include ESG data (environmental, social and governance). 

Almost 80% of the digital industry’s carbon footprint concerns the production phase of IT equipment.  

With our solution and the support of our experts, you’ll be able to put in place a plan to improve your IT carbon footprint.    

Management of unused inventory and equipment reconditioning

Managing unused inventory is a major challenge for any organization. This neglected equipment leads to additional costs for companies, as well as a progressive loss of value which, on a company-wide scale, can represent significant sums. 

To meet this challenge, we offer an end-of-life equipment management service which commits us to collecting end-of-life devices for recovery at our secure premises. Our team analyzes each device to assess the best option: recovery, repairing, reconditioning. A certificate of destruction is issued if the asset is not reconditioned or recycled.

GreenOps / Budget and carbon footprint savings

Reducing the digital carbon footprint concerns all businesses and is part of an overall environmental performance plan for organizations. Implementing a digital carbon footprint reduction program can deliver up to 60% carbon savings and 50% budget savings.

We support our customers in implementing a 4-stage performance plan:

  • Origin of new or reconditioned supplies 
  • Choice of equipment models (based on scope 3 per model, label, durability indices 
  • Shelf life and repair cycles 
  • Treatment strategy at the end of the equipment life cycle. 

 These actions are carried out using data from your inventory and our carbon footprint databases (scopes 2 and 3) for each equipment model. The calculation model is established by a specialist and his team, all experts in carbon footprint measurement. 

It’s a concrete, operational solution for measuring and reducing your digital carbon footprint. 


  • Measure carbon footprint and set improvement targets 
  • Measuring the effects of good management
  • Tailored to each customer’s situation
  • Progressive performance enhancement
  • Reducing the carbon footprint of technology
  • Budget savings 

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