Harrisburg, PA — North American computer products and consumer electronics distributor D&H Distributing has changed the online face of its usually red-hued D&H logo to green, to commemorate the launch of a “Go Green” product search tool on www.dandh.com.
The enhanced, Green-certified refinement option allows customers searching for products on dandh.com to easily identify ecologically conservative items. The new function is part of D&H’s overall commitment to promote environmentally responsible policies among its customers, its vendors, and within the company itself. From the current 2,100-plus products that the green refinement search results will yield, customers can further filter their search by manufacturer, product category, or price.
The new portal is currently live and available at www.dandh.com/gogreen and features environmentally responsive products from major D&H vendor partners such as Garmin, HP, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and ViewSonic.
The products identified by D&H’s “Go Green” web refinement tool range across the IT and consumer electronics markets. The inventory includes an extensive list of notebooks, digital media players and picture frames, GPS, home monitoring solutions, LCD TVs, and projectors.
“The ecological impact of our ‘Go Green’ agenda is the primary motivation behind the campaign, which we have put into action through our own recycling and energy-saving efforts. We want to be as accountable as possible,” said Jeff Davis, senior vice president of sales at D&H Distributing. “We’re expanding that philosophy by giving our customers a means to take advantage of environmentally friendly products. This helps save the planet, gives our dealers an effective sales strategy, and is a great way to show support for the vendor partners who developed this responsible merchandise.”
In addition to the green web refinement tool, D&H’s distribution centers and corporate office also employ various degrees of recycling processes for paper, cardboard, wooden pallets, and plastic. The company utilizes energy-efficient lighting whenever possible, including at two of its newest distribution centers in Atlanta, and Mississauga, Ontario, which employ conservation techniques and equipment. D&H has also decreased the amount of packaging materials used in its shipping process to reduce waste, and implemented a reduction of paper reports throughout its offices, among other company-wide policies to effect conservation and alleviate consumption.