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VIDEO: The Secret Life of Cellphones
Posted By Emily Pilloton On January 28, 2008 @ 1:58 pm In green gadgets,Green Products,Innovation | 3 Comments
Just to get you thinking, here’s an excerpt from the website: “Consider this: during the extraction phase, raw materials must be extracted from the earth and refined before they go to the factories where products are made. The manufacturing phase uses energy and creates pollution. Transportation between each phase generates more negative impacts on the environment from the burning of fossil fuels. During the product’s use phase, it might require energy, use more natural resources and create more pollution. When the product reaches the end of its useful life, a choice is made either to recycle it and put it back into use (creating a circular pattern of use) or toss it in the trash (a linear pattern of use). Choices are made all along this chain, and understanding what those choices are is critical if we are to protect our environment and our health.
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 Greener Gadgets Conference: http://www.greenergadgets.com/
 cell phone: http://www.cards2phone.com/
 Secret Life of Cell Phones website: http://www.secret-life.org/
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