Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 79.39
Liaison Yolanda Cieters
Submission Date March 5, 2021

STARS v2.2

Seattle University
OP-12: Electronics Purchasing

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.81 / 1.00 Yolanda Cieters
Sustainability Manager
"---" indicates that no data was submitted for this field

Total annual expenditures on electronics:
858,340.42 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 337,233.08 US/Canadian $
EPEAT Silver registered and/or third party certified at mid-level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard 451,164.86 US/Canadian $
EPEAT Bronze registered and/or third party certified at minimum level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard 45,313.76 US/Canadian $
Labeled under a single-attribute standard 0 US/Canadian $

Do the figures reported above include leased equipment?:

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

Time period: fiscal year 2020

Website URL where information about the institution’s electronics purchasing is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:

--The numbers reported above include ALL FY20 data from SU's ITS technical purchasing and from ProcureSU (SU's electronic purchasing system). ITS technical purchasing includes all campus, library, classroom podiums/labs purchasing, except for the Law School. ProcureSU includes all purchasing done by individual SU departments (faculty, staff, administrators).

--The Total expenditure on electronics in FY20 was $1,697,381.05. We excluded specialized equipment that EPEAT does not register (per STARS guidelines) which accounted for $839,040.63. Final total expenditure reported for this credit is $858,340.42.

--The data includes imaging equipment (printers, copiers, scanners), display/monitors, tablets/slates, desktops, and laptops/notebooks.

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