Survey from University of California at Berkeley of common baby products finds 80 percent contain toxic or untested flame retardants and 36 percent contain one banned in the 1970s.
Federal-Mogul Corporation has developed a polyethylene terephthalate yarn to meet both the halogen-free flame-retardant regulations and the "no flaming drip" requirement.
Ford and Scotts Miracle-Gro are researching the use of coconut fiber reinforcement for molded plastic parts to reduce the use of petroleum.
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Apple says its new MacBooks are among the greenest in the industry. Environmental experts are pleased, but still have questions on recycling and on greenhouse gas emissions.
As someone who tries to be aware of almost everything going on the world of technology, I am, for the lack of a better term, fed up with all of this iPhone news coverage. Even worse, I find myself submitting to the pressure and talking about the phone th
Demonstrating at HP headquarters, group calls for ban on brominated flame retardants.
Companies like HP and Dell are becoming more involved with recycling their machines. And they're seeing how hard it is to deal with the products Silicon Valley produces.