On 01, Jun 2021 | In | By Lisa Schmidt
Green public procurement (GPP) defines criteria of sustainability as a prerequisite to being considered as a supplier, a preference for products manufactured under environmentally and socially appropriate standards. The idea of GPP is the assumption that the purchasing power of public administration is likely to have an impact on the product design of electrical and electronic devices.
Since 2008, the EU has been working on criteria for sustainable procurement of individual product families, among them computers and monitors (with revised criteria published in March 2021) and imaging equipment (new criteria since 2020). EU member states have set up both voluntary and obligatory demands in their national legislations.
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