With a focus on our customers, people, and communities, we are committed to sustainable and responsible business practices that contribute to a better world.
Creating a sustainable future
Our environmental targets
Community and people impact
DXC is committed to reducing our carbon footprint, and that of our customers, too. To get there, we’re lowering our energy usage and shifting to energy from renewable sources.
At DXC, we’ve prioritised the elimination of waste and the continual use of our resources. We reuse equipment, scale flexible solutions and services, and reduce our e-waste. We’re also transforming how we manage IT asset disposal, general waste and water.
Suppliers are integral to DXC’s corporate responsibility strategy. We work closely with our suppliers to protect employee rights, enforce labor standards, fight corruption, protect the environment, and promote diversity and inclusion.
At DXC, we’re identifying our own climate risk and taking concrete steps to lower it. We integrate climate-related issues into companywide risk identification, assessment and management processes.
The utility, which provides electricity, gas and water across southern Germany, has set high-priority targets around sustainability and environmental protection. To help meet these goals, the utility and DXC created an Energy Portal. This digital platform makes data more easily accessible to administrators of the municipalities Bayernwerk serves. It also provides a single source for advanced analytics, which the utility’s customers can use to shrink their carbon footprint and meet their green energy goals.
Belgium’s capital city is cleaning its air with a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) in which high-polluting vehicles are prohibited. DXC helps Brussels to enforce the rule with 200 strategically placed cameras equipped with image-recognition software. This software, by connecting to a database of some 430,000 vehicles, recognises any high-polluting vehicle that enters the LEZ. The system then sends this information to city tax officials, who decide whether the driver merits a fine of up to €350.