But Francis Tsang, spokesman for Mayor Edwin Lee's office, says the city's rules require that laptops, computers and monitors comply with the registry's requirements. Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, to remove its products from its...
The Christian Science Monitor
What does this mean for a tech giant that prides itself on being eco-friendly? Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool basically a government-backed list of green electronics.
July 11, 2012 Apple CEO Steve Jobs speaks during a "town hall" style event at Apple Headquarters October 14, 2008 in Cupertino, California...After Apple Inc. removed a green electronics certification from its products, San Francisco officials said...
Big News Network
The city's policy to require listing on the registry apparently applies only to computers and not to iPhones and iPa.
The Loop also noted Apple has done more than any other technology company in recent memory to be environmentally friendly. "What's more, Apple publishes everything that makes up its carbon footprint on its Web site...TJD, GMA News advertisement...