Our mission is clear.

We’re minimizing environmental impact and driving accountability and responsibility — not only for ourselves but for our industry as a whole.

How do we reduce our environmental impact?

How do we reduce our environmental impact?

Since transitioning to post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials, we’ve sold 4.4 million products, replacing 64 metric tons of first-use plastic. That’s about the same as 42 cars or 10 elephants. Plus, we sell 50M+ products annually in 100% single-use, plastic-free packaging. Our overall plastic use, including recycled plastic, has decreased by 63%. Single-use plastic was reduced from 932 metric tons in 2019 to 342 metric tons in 2023.

What happens with our product life cycle?

What happens with our product life cycle?

Globally, we actively participate in diverse e-waste recycling programs. Since 2009, we have funded the recycling of 26,524 tons of electronic waste, 429 tons of batteries, and 10,405 tons of packaging — and packaging is equivalent to 153,002,562 iPhone 15 Pro Max devices. Belkin employees diverted over 76,128 lbs. of e-waste away from landfills with support from e-waste partner HUMAN-I-T ensuring metals and chemicals don’t contaminate soil, groundwater, and air.

How do we keep our supply chain ethical and transparent?

How do we keep our supply chain ethical and transparent?

Over 149 supplier audits are conducted annually to ensure compliance with labor and environmental regulations and adhere to industry standards such as the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) Code of Conduct. We publish annual impact reports to provide visibility into the supply chain and demonstrate our accountability to our customers.

How do we utilize renewable energy?

How do we utilize renewable energy?

Renewable energy will match 100% of our global electricity usage. We were at 25% in 2020, 35% in 2021, and 63% in 2023. We installed 285 solar panels at our global headquarters in California to generate clean energy for our office. This 136.8 kW system brings energy equivalent to powering about 100 standard homes. In our Indiana distribution center, we’re purchasing renewable energy credits from the local Agriwind wind farm and supporting renewable energy development.

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