Cisco integrates environmental policies into engineering, manufacturing, and end-of-life processes, using socially accountable business practices to help reduce the environmental impact of networking products.
We collaborate globally with industry peers, regulatory agencies, and standards bodies to address the environmental impact of networking products. Cisco programs focus on product impacts throughout their lifecycle.
Overview: Cisco works with engineers, suppliers, and industry peers to minimize the environmental impact through a comprehensive materials management strategy.
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Overview: Cisco is committed to reducing the energy consumption of our products and solutions, which helps our customers to reduce their carbon footprint.
From product design, to packaging, to documentation, through end of life, Cisco looks at how to reduce waste.
As part of our commitment to provide environmentally sound solutions to customers, Cisco focuses on applying that principle to our protective packaging and product accompanying materials.
Takeback & Recycle
Overview: Customers and regulators increasingly demand products that minimize energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. For that reason, energy efficiency is a growing consideration in Cisco product design.
Product Energy Efficiency:
As customers and regulators increasingly demand products that minimize energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency is a growing consideration in our product design.
Low Carbon Solutions
Our low-carbon networking and communications solutions help users reduce environmental impacts and support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Overview: Cisco value-chain programs help ensure that products can be sourced, manufactured, and sold worldwide, in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.