SecPoint Environment

SecPoint focus on the environment applying WEEE Directive on all hardware.
It is important with correct recycle procedure for hardware and to preserve the environment for a cleaner world in the future.
There can be several toxins in hardware components that needs to be recycled in the correct way.
SecPoint has chosen only to work with the best and most environment friendly hardware vendors to provide the most clean hardware equipment.
The Waste Electrical and Digital Tools Instruction (WEEE Regulation) was launched into EU law by the Waste Electronic and Electrical Tools Legislations 2006.
The WEEE Ordinance aims to reduce the amount of electronic and electrical tools being created and to urge everyone to recycle, reuse and recuperate it.

WEEE Regulation

The WEEE Regulation likewise intends to boost the ecological performance of companies that produce, quantity, usage, reuse and recuperate electrical and digital equipment.
The Waste Electronic and electrical Equipment Ordinance (WEEE Directive) is the European Neighborhood directive 2002/96/EC on waste electric and electronic tools (WEEE) which, together with the RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, came to be European Regulation in February 2003. The WEEE Ordinance established collection, reusing and recuperation targets for all types of electrical items, with a minimum rate of 4 kilograms every head of population per annum retrieved for recycling by 2009. The RoHS Instruction specified restrictions after European makers as to the material content of brand-new digital devices put on the market place.
The icon embraced by the European Council to represent waste electronic and electrical devices comprised a crossed out wheelie container with or without a singular black line underneath the symbol. The black line suggests that items have actually been put on the market after 2005, when the Ordinance came in to pressure. In such circumstances, these are treated as "historical weee" and drops outside re-imbursement through manufacturer conformity plans.

ECO Friendly

SFF Small Form Factor appliances consumes less electricity but delivers great power. 
Virtual appliances allows to run multiple servers on a single hardware platform to consume electricity.
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