SoftBlue LED uses smart technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light without affecting the colour or image of the display. SoftBlue LED technology is certified by international testing organisation TUV Rheinland to reduce harmful blue light.
The Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) is a system based on IEEE 1680 - 2006 environmental performance standard to evaluate how green the electronic products are. Currently, EPEAT covers desktop computers, notebooks, and monitors.
Recognizing the environmental impacts become growingly essential, both purchasers and manufacturers are seeking for standard environmental rules to define a green product. EPEAT meets the needs of both parties. With its standard criteria, purchasers can compare products while manufacturers know how to get green with their products design. The products with EPEAT logo are considered as green product for reducing the environmental impact.
As part of the EPEAT Gold standard, free recycling of the card board and foam filler packaging materials of Philips monitors is provided. For information on how to recycle your packaging materials, please refer to your local service center.
We want to improve people’s quality of life through meaningful innovation and we aim to achieve that by using our planet’s limited resources in a sustainable way. This calls for continuous work on the environmental performance of our products. Used Philips monitors and related packaging materials are recycled in accordance with all environmental laws. To get there, we work with various organizations.
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