Apple responds to EPEAT move
Apple responded to the controversy surrounding its request to remove its products from the EPEAT green electronics registry. In a statement provided to The Loop, Apple representative Kristin Huguet confirmed the Cupertino company's commitment to the highest environmental standards and pointed out that "Apple products are superior in other important environmental areas not measured by EPEAT." You can read the full statement and Jim Dalrymple's analysis on The Loop's website.
Apple responded to the controversy surrounding its request to remove its products from the EPEAT green electronics registry. In a...
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