The printing press made books accessible, and the measurable sharing of environmental impact makes an IT device with directional community support more affordable than a Big Mac meal.
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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.Join GreenDice
Joined companies that share the GreenDice values
Omniva and the technology recycling company GreenDice have started a collaboration. As part of their first joint project, well-maintained IT devices from Omniva will be provided to […]
On Wednesday, April 12, GreenDice’s practical webinar was held, the main speaker of which was the company’s CEO and founder, Argo Alaniit. He talked about environmental impact, […]
We have signed a service agreement with SEB and will redirect the bank’s well-maintained IT devices to families living in Estonia. Together, through IT equipment circulation, we […]
Mapri Ehitus is directing its used computers to the GreenDice community, taking the first steps on a measurable sustainability journey. Tõnu Jalakas, Mapri Ehitus’ Quality and Development […]
Together we will create a better future
who values a sustainable consumer culture and wants the purchase of new technology to contribute to a better future.
who want to give more meaning to the purchase of computer equipment.
where computer technology is obsolete and you feel the GreenDice model can help you upgrade it?