Certificate No. TB 50306981

Certificate Holder: LENOVO (BEIJING) LIMITED

201-H2-6, Floor 2, Building 2,
No.6 Shangdi West Road,
Haidian District,
100085 Shanghai
China (Mainland)
Certificate Number: TB 50306981
Order Number: 1140017439
Certified Product: Display Unit (LCD Monitor)

Model Designation:
X24A (lenovo)

Fulfilled Standards: 2 PfG 1985/10.2014

The standard(s) listed here reflect the status at the time of the release of this certificate.
Date of Issue: March 23, 2015
Certificate Type: Green Product

Green Product Mark for Consumer Products with a Smaller Environmental Impact 

Countries worldwide have implemented regulations and limitations on the use of hazardous chemical substances, as well as energy efficiency requirements, to protect human health and the ecosystem. 

Around the globe, initiatives which promote limited green house gas emissions are launched, e.g. the carbon disclosure project, the electronic industry code of conduct or the guide of green electronics by Greenpeace.

Additionally, the retail sector increasingly demands products that meet green and sustainability requirements, of which the usage of post consumer recycled material is only one example.

Is there an independent certification mark that can demonstrate compliance with various sustainability regulations and requirements, and help manufacturers to promote their eco-friendly products in a more direct, fast and efficient way?

Yes, TÜV Rheinland’s Green Product Mark can do it! 

TÜV Rheinland’s Green Product Mark is a voluntary sustainability mark for consumer products that can give end consumers and buyers guidance in the crowded market place. It identifies green and sustainable products. The Green Product Mark aims to minimize the impact of consumer products’ production, use and recycling on the environment. 

The central idea of the Green Product Mark is to identify safe and sustainable products. The mark can be  applied to various consumer products, such as visual displays, infocom and peripherals equipment, household appliances, leisure and sports equipment, furniture and others, covering all aspects of human life. 

The requirements for the Green Product Mark for IT products are based on the evaluation of 4 pillars, on the precondition that the product passed a safety evaluation and that the manufacturer assures social compliance. 

The first pillar of the Green Product Mark requirements is the responsible use of chemical substances. Various European Union (EU) standards and requirements need to be passed, including RoHS, REACH and other related regulations which help to restrict the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment to protect human health and the environment.

The second pillar is the waste management and the usage of recycled materials in the IT product. TUV Rheinland verifies the correct usage and labeling of the recycled material content. Here, special attention is paid to the limited use of PVC, phthalates or brominates flame retardants in the recycled material content.

The third pillar is the requirement of a product carbon footprint calculation. Carbon Footprint assessment is a new method to measure the impact of carbon emissions of a single product over its lifecycle.

The fourth pillar is the compliance of the product with stringent requirements in energy consumption and energy efficiency. This will achieve a limitation of energy consumption and consequently lower electricity cost in the households of end-consumers. 

Our Pledge:
TÜV Rheinland certifies with the Green Label the limited impact of a consumer product on the environment and ensures the compliance of social and safety requirements at the day of certification.