Green electronics are traditionally considered to be electronics devices with a focus on more sustainable materials and production, but these days more is already needed. Green electronics is capturing the overall life cycle of a product starting from material choices to the eventual recycling, after-use and disposal. What options are there to support green electronics and what is expected to happen in the near future?
Our contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals company wise as well as individuals covers several individual targets, and already proves we can all make sustainable choices and do our part in tackling climate change.
While developing the Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations addressed not only public entities like governments and major corporations, but also just regular people. What can be done to achieve those goals in our everyday lives? What can we do as regular people and on a small company level?
European Commission published a New Circular Economy Action Plan, which aims to bring to the market mainly products that are designed and manufactured to be durable, repairable, reusable and recyclable, such as MyNolla Strip was designed to be from the start.
As a small company that is currently bringing its first collection to the market, we were right away face to face with production challenges, delays, price increases and limited availability. How has the shortage of raw materials and the energy crisis in production during the last year affected the operations of a new company?
Marketing campaigns such as Black Friday can urge consumers to buy more than they actually need. According to research, about 80% of Black Friday purchases end up forgotten or simply thrown away after a single use. As we want to promote product longevity, we keep our values close to heart with our promotion campaigns, as well.
Designing electronic devices sets us up with certain guidelines we need to follow. As a business, sustainable electronics is an emerging business concept and we are eager to come up with new solutions to support sustainable development in electronics. Here are considerations to look after the sustainability of electronics manufacturing.
Sustainability does not look the same for everyone, which is why we're approaching it from a different angle. We're not telling you what to do, we're not saying what is right or wrong - but asking what we can do for you to help.