Greenpeace slams EPEAT after green label granted to Apple MacBook Pro | BusinessGreen

Greenpeace has accused the US green IT labelling scheme EPEAT of “caving in” to pressure from leading manufacturers and approving a number of “ultra-thin” notebooks that will prove difficult to recycle.

EPEAT announced last week that it had undertaken a thorough review of five different “ultra-thin” notebooks from Apple, Lenovo, Samsung and Toshiba, including the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and concluded they could remain on the EPEAT registry.

For more on this story, visit: Greenpeace slams EPEAT after green label granted to Apple MacBook Pro – 15 Oct 2012 – News from BusinessGreen.

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