The Green Electronics Council will partner with UL Environment to bring a mobile-device category to the EPEAT registry.
For the first time ever, a comprehensive standard is available to help identify environmentally preferable televisions, including HDTVs and Smart TVs.
EPEAT will now include printers, copiers, scanners and other imaging equipment in its worldwide green product registry.
It seems that the more Apple peers into its own black bag, the more shocking the results.
Notebooks from five major manufacturers, including Apple, have been cleared to remain in EPEAT’s green electronics registry.
GreenTech Advocates reports on a new logo from EPEAT used to identify sustainable electronics from computers to TVs, printers to mobile devices and likely tablet PCs.
With this label, shoppers around the world will be able to cut through the clutter of unreliable green marketing tactics that often mislead, confuse, and frustrate.
Although it says the EPEAT could do more to reflect its high environmental standards, Apple will reinstate all eligible products, effectively immediately.
Tecca reports on how the city of San Francisco, California plans to no longer purchase Apple products because of a decision to no longer support an environmental standards system.
Apple responds to criticism of it’s decision to drop all 39 computers from the EPEAT registry.