Gallery: EPEAT Defends its Decision to Approve Apple’s Ultrathin MacBoo...

 

Earlier this week the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) made a bit of an environmental stir when it approved five of Apple’s newest ultrathin laptops – even though Apple initially withdrew from the registry because their new models are more difficult to recycle. The move drew criticism from Greenpeace, who accused EPEAT of loosening its standards to give Apple a pass, however EPEAT is sticking to its guns – the green registry just released a statement backing up its admission of the new Apple products.

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  1. tkbrdly October 19, 2012 at 4:07 pm

    Apple will recycle any of its products for you free of charge – that should be enough.

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