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Victoria University of Wellington rolls out IT energy efficiency project for 3700 PCs

September 17, 2014

Victoria University of Wellington Chooses 1E to Support Cross-Campus IT Energy Efficiency Initiatives

New Zealand University Saves 619,000 kWh/year, Realizes ROI on Implementation in 1.5 years

Final phase of TV Takeback now underway for the Upper North Island

 From Amy Adams 23 October 2013

Environment Minister Amy Adams says the final phase of a programme to encourage the recycling of unwanted televisions and raise investment in New Zealand’s electronic recycling capacity has today been launched in the upper North Island.

TV TakeBack underway in lower North Island and East Cape

 21 August 2013

Environment Minister Amy Adams says a programme to encourage the recycling of unwanted televisions and raise investment in New Zealand’s electronic recycling capacity has today been launched in more than 20 North Island towns and cities.

Television recycling scheme launched in South Island

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Hon Amy Adams

Minister for the Environment

24 March 2013

Media Statement

New Jobs, New Prosperity and a New Clean Economy

From Greenpeace: Feb, 2013
 
The World is witnessing a historic, global shift in the way we power our homes our businesses and our economies. Climate change is here. How we respond is the only question that remains.

University of Melbourne gets Green IT benefit from security

The University of Melbourne has reported an unexpected side benefit from deploying network security -- saving money.
 
That's because data collected by the Splunk network security offering, which observes external and internal network traffic, has been used by the University's Environmental department during 2012 to determine which PCs have been left on throughout the campus.

Television recycling scheme announced

Amy Adams

30 September, 2012

Television recycling scheme announced

Environment Minister Amy Adams has today announced a national scheme to encourage the recycling of unwanted televisions and raise investment in New Zealand’s electronic recycling capacity.

Apple Re-Joins EPEAT just days after announcing their departure

16 July 2012

Apple has rejoined the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool registry just days after withdrawing its 39 desktop computers, monitors and laptops – and its MacBook Pro with Retina Display, widely rumored to have been the reason for the company’s departure, has been listed as Gold-certified in the registry.