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The Green Electronics Council, the U.S-based non-profit organization that manages the EPEAT system encouraged attendees from all stakeholder groups to continue thinking creatively
1) Check vendor "greenness" through the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT).
Applewithdraws its productsfrom the EPEAT environmental rating system, raising concerns among environmentalists and making it hard for organisations with green purchasing requirements to buy its products.
The battery also lasts up to 11 hours and the entire line is EPEAT Gold[TM] registered.
Apple pulled the 39 products it had listed with EPEAT off the registry on July 6.
CONTACTS: TopTen USA, www.toptenusa.org; EPEAT, www.epeat.net; Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics, www.greenpeace.org/international/campaigns/toxics/ electronics/how-the-companies-line-up.
Apple makes the industry's greenest notebooks and the MacBook Air is the latest Mac[R] notebook to achieve EPEAT Gold status and meet Energy Star 5.0 requirements.*** Each unibody enclosure is made of highly recyclable aluminum and comes standard with energy efficient LED-backlit displays that are mercury-free and made with arsenic-free glass.
Fujitsu takes an active lead in Green ICT initiatives around the world - with representation on all significant working groups on carbon reduction, including the Green Grid, the European Union initiative ICT4EE, Climate Savers Computing Initiative, the Copenhagen Communique on Climate Change, the Japan Climate Leaders' Partnership (Japan-CLP), EPEAT, Energy Star, Blue Angel, Nordic Swan and the German BITKOM Green IT Alliance.
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The dv2 is ENERGY STAR qualified and EPEAT Silver registered.
According to the company, the EPEAT Gold rated MultiSync E231W provides users with features that were created to enhance the desktop computing experience and increase productivity.
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