Mailing more goods in green packages.
Earlier this year, the tech giant that pioneered build-and-mail-to-order computers began collecting ocean-bound plastics from beaches and waterways—and recycling the waste into “trays” for shipping its high-ticket consumer laptops. The program is expected to keep 16,000 pounds of plastics out of our oceans this year. And it’s part of a broader Dell campaign to use ‘e-waste’ plastics in its products that has already saved the company more than $1 million.
Computers, Office Equipment
|Revenues ($M) (Last Fiscal Year)||$61,642|
|Profits ($M) (Last Fiscal Year)||$-1,672|
|Market Value ($M)||-|