We have a responsibility to protect and enrich our planet together with our customers, suppliers and communities. It is a core part of our business and we embed sustainability and ethical practices into all that we do, being accountable for our actions while driving improvements wherever and whenever possible.
Actions today and over the next decade will have a profound effect on how the world both mitigates the damage from and adapts to climate change. Dell Technologies will continue working across our business ecosystem, valuing natural resources and minimizing our impact.
Sustainability is ultimately about taking actions today that ensure opportunities tomorrow. Our supply chain is vast and complex, involving many people around the world. With the power of that global force, Dell Technologies has the scale and ability to drive responsible manufacturing.
In our first report on our Social Impact Plan for 2030, we focus on thoroughly explaining methodologies and data that show our starting points for our 2030 goals.
Our Advancing Sustainability 2030 goals guide our work to protect and enrich our planet together with our customers, suppliers and communities.
We manage responsible business practices in one of the world’s largest supply chains. This report details the key actions and progress from our focus on sustainability.
Technology has an important role to play in mitigating climate change. Learn about how Dell is tackling this challenge with collaborators across the world.
Collaboration and creativity are critical to achieving a circular economy. Working with suppliers Teleplan and Seagate is just one example of how partnerships make circularity happen.
Responsible recycling is critical in protecting our planet. We offer convenient services for both consumers and businesses around the world.
At Dell Technologies, we’re committed to protecting our customers and our planet. That’s why we provide secure and responsible recycling options for both consumers and businesses around the world. Find the service that's right for you today.
Ed Boyd, Dell's Senior Vice President of Experience Design, shares how the circular economy is a revolution in intention and design.