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Everyone measures and reports, but the numbers get darker.

Some examples of where we are:

  • Since the industrial revolution, CO2 (the presumed cause of global warming) concentration in the atmosphere has risen from about 280 ppm to 400 ppm and continues to grow.
  • The Industrial Revolution increased the production of products, but production requires energy and thus CO2 is generated. Longer product life in society helps reduce production.
  • Electronic waste (e-waste) is the fastest-growing waste sector in the world.

According to GESP, only 17.4% of the e-waste produced in 2019 was officially handled. Up to 82.6% of e-waste was handled illegally – and a large part of it was thrown into low or middle-income countries.

According to the World Health Organization, proper disposal of 17.4% of e-waste avoided about 15 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions into the atmosphere

GreenDice has a vision of how companies’ sustainability strategy can solve the growing problem of electronic waste.

 

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We have more than 200 partner companies,

who want to take their first steps on the journey of sustainability.

GreenDice’s partners include, among others, SEB Pank, Coop Pank, Omniva, Sorainen, DHL Estonia, Gunvor Services, Skeleton Technology, Tele2, EAS, and KredEx joint institution, and others.

 

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How do GreenDice partners win?

1. Carbon footprint, for whom and for what, if there is no right logic and goal behind it.

We have cloud-based software that displays device life cycles based on serial numbers until material recycling. If the life cycles are not traceable to the end, you cannot report the CO2 amount calculated based on the manufacturers’ LCA (life cycle analysis).

This is the same as reporting driving an electric car as zero-emission, but in fact, the electricity that moves the car is produced from oil shale.

Measurable and traceable extension of device life cycles provides an opportunity to share the CO2 footprint of device production among different users.

2. Our system allows you to monitor the full life cycle of each device until material recycling.

There are two common options on the market, renting and buying equipment.

The rental model is not green if it is not possible to control the further life of the equipment, it is nice that things are taken away from under your nose, but what happens to them next? Renting is a long-standing model in Europe, but it has not reduced the rise of electronic waste.

Buying out equipment is cheaper, but later donations, directing to employees, and selling are also activities that lose further tracking.

Neither solution is a sustainable solution to reduce electronic waste!

Our community develops thanks to your sustainability targets!

Kalle Kuldväli, helps share the environmental impact of Coop Bank’s two devices.

1. With the help of the community, Kalle changed his e-mail from @mail.ee to the more secure gmail.com.

2. He can use cloud attachments instead of attachments – less digital garbage.

3. Know how and where to dispose of your old electronics.

4. Knows basic computer logic and understands security risks.

GreenDice is trying in the future to guide our members based on this : DigComp

 

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5. We bring the IT world with educational support to every corner of the world for 5.9€ per month, which is GreenDice’s mission!

Our vision is environmentally conscious consumers, so we go and talk about how your current consumption habits can change the lives of many people.

Imagine that GreenDice offers IT world service in Georgia and locals know that they belong to the European Union’s green plan – wouldn’t it be nice if we saw how nature-saving deeds help us all!

But at the moment we are in Estonia and the IT world 5.9€ per month is available to every responsible Estonian:  Join into our community!

For smaller organizations collaboration is free!

For enterprises who are under an EU reporting a contract to reduce the ecological footprint will start from 3,000 € per annum.
Details will be disclosed in the agreement but the key points that we cover are: access to our software, transportation, and
data wiping.

 

Previous project

Omniva and GreenDice are improving the IT capabilities of educational and cultural institutions in Võru municipality through technology recycling

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 […]

  • Institutions of Võru Municipality received 24 laptops and 29 desctop computer sets.
  • GreenDice remains responsible for the operation of the computers throughout their useful life.
  • After 4-5 years, when computers no longer create value, GreenDice takes them back and contributes to the recycling of materials.
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Companies that contributed to the project and whose environmental impact will be reduced through cooperation

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