Cisco’s First Closed Loop Plastic Product
Cisco is committed to reducing plastics consumption, improving recycling, and reducing the amount of materials that end up as waste. Which is why we are proud to share more detail on three key initiatives that drive a sustainable approach for customers refreshing unified communications devices.
We’re making a sustainable business our reality
Cisco is investing heavily in our future as a sustainable business and we are committed to helping our customers and partners meet their own sustainability goals. Learn how:
Cisco celebrates Earth Day with relaunch of Product Takeback and Reuse program
In honor of Earth Week, we talked with three Cisco experts about how our Product Takeback and Reuse program works and how it helps customers.
Stepping up our work on circularity
The circular economy is a natural extension of Cisco’s own business transformation. Learn more about our efforts.
Cisco makes progress on sustainability goals in North Carolina
One year ago, we announced goals to achieve 100 percent renewable energy, water neutrality, and zero waste at Cisco’s second-largest campus in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina. RTP is...
Cisco Announces Goals for Sustainable Packaging and Zero Waste
At Cisco, we are committing our business to the circular economy by synthesizing our circular economy objectives with the way we run our business.
What’s old is new: Why Cisco wants its products back
Cisco is re-thinking the way we provide products and services to our customers. We want to reuse more of our equipment, so that we recycle less. We can also re-manufacture and refurbish the products we make, so and give them new life with more customers.