Nytro 1551


Sustainability Report*

Sustainability @ Seagate
Seagate is committed to sustainable storage. Our engineering focus is on increasing storage capacity and utilization, while controlling the quantity and types of materials we use, and improving energy efficiency and recyclability.

Sustainable Design Features
  • The Seagate® Nytro® 1000 SATA SSD Series is a cost-effective, enterprise-grade solution for data center and cloud server applications
  • Require less energy to run 24×7, and save on cooling and overall energy cost
  • Take advantage of easy deployment and more processing power without investment in new hardware
  • Maintain high data integrity in the event of unexpected power loss

Energy and Greenhouse Gases
Manufacturing and using our products requires energy and produces Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. We assess life cycle energy and GHG impacts and work towards improving energy and GHG efficiency, and reducing ownership costs with each new generation of our products.


Power Consumption Per Unit Per TB
Operating, Average (W) 3.4.0W 1.8W
Idle, Average (W) 1.2W 0.6W
Average Annual (kWh) 12.8kWh 6.7kWh

Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Life Stage

8.5% Bill of Materials
5.6% Manufacturing Energy
0.1% Packaging
0.5% Distribution
85.7% Use Phase
0.2% End of Life

kg CO2e/TB-yr

*Nytro 1551 *XA1920ME10083; Haden; 1.92TB, SATA, 6Gb/s, 2.5in

Safer Materials

As a leading supplier to major original equipment manufacturers, Seagate helps to establish standards for direct materials – components that make up our products -- to meet customers’ strictest specifications. We are meticulous about cataloging restricted substances; currently we list more than 2,000.


Human Toxicity by Life Stage

41.6% Bill of Materials
2.3% Manufacturing Energy
0.04% Packaging
0.04% Distribution
55.9% Use Phase
0.08% End of Life

kg 1,4-DCB-Eq/TB-yr

Scarce Resources

We aim to reduce our use of scarce resources during the life cycle of our products. We assess the water and metal depletion impacts of our products in order to minimize dependence on key natural resources, and reduce manufacturing and product ownership costs.


Metal Depletion by Life Stage

71.0% Bill of Materials
1.3% Manufacturing Energy
0.06% Packaging
0.04% Distribution
27.6% Use Phase
0.03% End of Life

kg Fe-Eq/TB-yr


Water Depletion by Life Stage

9.0% Bill of Materials
4.3% Manufacturing Energy
0.14% Packaging
0.07% Distribution
86.3% Use Phase
0.11% End of Life


Materials Efficiency and Circularity

Seagate recognizes the traditional “take, make, dispose” linear approach to business is unsustainable. We measure our progress towards a circular economy with a variety of indicators including material used per TB of storage, use of recycled content, reuse rates, and recycling type and efficiency.

Device Weight - Shipped (g) Per Unit Per TB
Drive Enclosure 57 30
Electronics 20 10
Packaging Cardboard and paper 22 11
Other materials 13 7
Total 112 58

Key Circularity Parameters Per Unit
Estimated Operating Life 5 years
Recycled aluminum and steel content world average
Recycled cardboard 100%
Reused content zero
Recycling rate 25%
Residual disposal 50% incineration/50% landfill
Reuse rate zero
Recycling efficiency 95%
Recycling collections efficiency 90%


Seagate measures and reports its product sustainability performance on a TB-year basis. Seagate's drives come in different storage sizes and have different estimated useful lives. When referring to drive capacity, one terabyte, or TB, equals one trillion bytes. The TB-year measure combines these factors so that sustainability performance data is comparable across products and that annual impacts are directly reported.

Seagate’s sustainability assessment tools used to generate the product sustainability analysis have been verified by UL in accordance with ISO 14040, ISO 14044, and the World Resources Institute and World Business Council for Sustainable Development's GHG Protocol Product Life Cycle Accounting and Reporting Standard.

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