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Green IT : Reduce Your Information Systems Environmental Impact While Adding to the Bottom LineToby VelteMcGraw-Hill Osborne MediaSeptember 8...
The review of notebooks from Apple, Lenovo, Samsung, and Toshiba comes after Apple quietly but briefly withdrew from the environmental group's device certification program.
After withdrawing its portfolio from EPEAT last week, Apple is once again amongst its fold.
Apple has changed its position, and got back on board with the environmentally friendly gang.
The company rethinks a decision it made last month to drop out of the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool's program.
Coinciding with the launch of the MacBook Pro with Retina display, Apple is no longer claiming to be EPEAT Gold certified.
Apple's just now entering its second year without co-founder Steve Jobs. CNET rounds down five hits and five misses during 2012.
As concern swells around Apple opting out of the EPEAT registry, the tech giant says, "Apple products are superior in other important environmental areas not measured by EPEAT."
Apple has withdrawn all its devices from the EPEAT national registry of environmentally sound products.
The company's design direction is no longer in keeping with the requirements of a major program devoted to the fostering of environmentally responsible electronics, according to a report.
City officials tell the Wall Street Journal that city money can't be used to buy Apple desktops and laptops. The change comes after Apple withdrew its products from a green-certification registry.