The Super-efficient Equipment and Appliance Deployment (SEAD) Initiative has announced the winners of its Global Efficiency Medal competition for the world's most energy- efficient computer monitors
In April 2000, the state Department of Environmental Protection adopted a first-in-the-nation policy banning cathode ray tubes, found in many computer monitors
and television screens, from landfills.
When Young visits an office, she determines whether the lighting there causes glare, whether there is enough of it, whether it is spread evenly over the workspace and whether light shines directly in workers' eyes or on computer monitors
As for the notion that adding shredder capacity in the United States would reduce the amount of monitors and other electronic scrap shipped to developing countries, Ingenthron says that end markets for the leaded glass found in computer monitors
The latest round--occupancy sensors in empty classrooms to turn off lights and idle computer monitors
, coupled with new technology lighting and campus steam retrofits--should add yet another $1 million to the savings chest.
Each container can be packed, on average, with a load equal in volume to 800 computer monitors
or central processing units (CPUs), or 350 large TV sets.
and apparently a few of the NCAA's computer monitors
Philips Monitors encompasses Philips computer monitors
, both CRT and LCD, and flat screen televisions.
These include used mattresses, computer monitors
, and battered appliances left on sidewalks or front yards in the hope that passersby will take pity on and adopt them.
The company sells 15-inch computer monitors
domestically, although it is trying to sell its 17-inch model.
This equipment comes in the form of computer monitors
, hard drives, printers, copiers, etc.
In steam-heated buildings, the fuel computer monitors
condensate return lines 24 hours a day to detect leaks, thereby making it possible to correct them promptly before too much water is lost.