Why was GreenDice created?

IT technology can change your life into better but more than half of the world's population does not have access to a personal computer. We're changing that by designing the world's first IT tech circle where a computer becomes cheaper than a Big Mac meal. Joining our community from 5.9€

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1,5 t water

227kg fossil fuel

23 kg chemicals

350 000 000 new computers in a year

That’s how many computers are consumed each year. The production of one computer and monitor uses an average of 1.5 tons of water, 227 kg of fossil fuels, and 23 kg of chemicals.

All this cost is very burdensome for the environment. Is this justified? Unfortunately, we still have a lot of room for improvement in this area.

What is GreenDice?

GreenDice crafts a perfect circle for a technical product. We partner up with enterprises that have carbon-zero roadmaps. We show how our international community helps them to achieve their sustainability goals. Our partners will become more accountable through a web-based environment that allows all parties to track the start and end points of an IT device throughout its entire cycle. Giving the opportunity to measure the carbon footprint of equipment and reduce it through shared responsibility. For the world, it means less digital divide, less e-waste, smaller ecological footprints, and better education for everyone.

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Join yourself or bring your family to the GreenDice community

You can get a top-class laptop or desktop computer from only €5.90 per month, with no binding commitment. Includes access to the community platform, where we are always there to help and guide you to learn and develop. In addition, you help reduce the environmental impact of our partner companies.

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GreenDice’s technology circulation allows Rakke Educational Society to organize computer courses for the elderly

Under the leadership of the Rakke Education Society, a computer course for the elderly began in January. The course teaches basic computer skills, and nine participants started […]

  • Rakke Educational Society is part of GreenDice community.
  • GreenDice remains responsible for the operation of the computers throughout their useful life.
  • If computers are no longer needed, they will be greating value in GreenDice community.
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Companies that contributed to the project and whose environmental impact will be reduced through cooperation

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