Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 76.81
Liaison Aaron Durnbaugh
Submission Date March 6, 2020

STARS v2.2

Loyola University Chicago
OP-12: Electronics Purchasing

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.96 / 1.00 Aaron Durnbaugh
Director of Sustainability
Office of Sustainability
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Total annual expenditures on electronics:
2,055,528.85 US/Canadian $

Expenditures on environmentally or socially preferable electronics:
Expenditure Per Level
EPEAT Gold registered and/or third party certified at the highest achievable level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard 1,778,755.51 US/Canadian $
EPEAT Silver registered and/or third party certified at mid-level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard 246,737.55 US/Canadian $
EPEAT Bronze registered and/or third party certified at minimum level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard 5,896.62 US/Canadian $
Labeled under a single-attribute standard 0 US/Canadian $

Do the figures reported above include leased equipment?:
Yes

A brief description of the time period from which the figures reported above are drawn:

These figures are drawn from a combination of a FY2019 and Calendar Year 2019 time period, depending on how various departments supplied their data.

To clarify, ITS (Information Technology Services) oversees the purchasing of all desktop, laptop, monitors, digital screens, and servers. Purchasing Department oversees the contract for multi-function devices (printer/scanner devices). Facilities oversees the installation of new equipment for large capital projects. All three Departments have an EPEAT and EnergyStar policy.


Website URL where information about the institution’s electronics purchasing is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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This is information from a combination of FY 2019 and calendar year 2019.

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