Last week, Apple notified the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) that it was withdrawing its products from the EPEAT registry, and would no longer be submitting its products for evaluation. EPEAT measures the environmental impact of electronics and is used by many corporations and governmental organizations as a yardstick on enterprise purchases.
In one well-publicized instance, the city of San Francisco said it would no longer purchase Macs without EPEAT certification.
In an unusual about-face, Senior Vice President of Hardware …
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Apple Backpedals, Puts “All Eligible Products” Back on EPEAT Environmental Registry
Jordan Golson – macrumors.com