|Submission Date||June 20, 2023|
University of California, Davis
OP-12: Electronics Purchasing
|0.90 / 1.00||
Assessment Program Manager
Office of Sustainability
Total annual expenditures on electronics:
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||6,936,651.18 US/Canadian $|
|EPEAT Silver registered and/or third party certified at mid-level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard||130,946.11 US/Canadian $|
|EPEAT Bronze registered and/or third party certified at minimum level under a multi-attribute sustainability standard||4,910.87 US/Canadian $|
|Labeled under a single-attribute standard||972.33 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:
The data reporting is based on fiscal year 2021/2022 (for a one-year time period from July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022).
Website URL where information about the institution’s electronics purchasing is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
FY 2021-2022 data (July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022) for laptops, desktops, tablets, and displays purchased from Dell, Apple, CDW, Lenovo, and HP was pulled from UC Davis’s e-procurement system AggieBuy (https://supplychain.ucdavis.edu/procure-contract/aggiebuy) to support the analysis. EPEAT ratings relevant to the model numbers were cross-referenced with the EPEAT Registry (www.epeat.net).
The TCO Certified label was treated as equivalent to EPEAT Gold for purposes of this analysis, since TCO requires many of the items which are optional under EPEAT. High performance in this credit can be attributed mainly to high levels of EPEAT Gold purchasing from Dell and Apple.
Cora Ballek, student employee at the UC Davis Sustainability office, assisted in compiling this credit response.
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