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Apple Quits EPEAT “Green Electronics” Program

July 9th, 2012

Apple is now the only major computer manufacturer with no products on the EPEAT registry

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Apple Takes First Steps on Supply Chain Working Conditions

January 20th, 2012

Is this a significant step in improving the working conditions for the people that make Apple’s products?

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At CES it’s raining new products, but what about keeping all the old gadgets from getting tossed into the gutter?

January 6th, 2011

While the companies compete for media attention for all the new gadgets they are flooding into the marketplace, they make no mention about what we should do with all the old gadgets they want us to replace.

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An easy “green” New Year’s Recycling Resolution

December 29th, 2010

It’s pretty easy to keep a recycling resolution, with the help of the Electronics TakeBack Coalition’s Guide To Recycling Your Electronics.

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Holiday Shopping Guide for Finding Greener Electronics

November 23rd, 2010

With Black Friday and Cyber Monday fast approaching, many consumers have electronics at the top of their shopping lists. This holiday season, the average American is expected to spend over $230 (more than a third of their gift budget) on electronic products, up about 5% from last year. Increasingly, shoppers are asking about green electronics; …

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