The Eco-friendly Electronic brands ranking

GreenEco-friendly electronic brands rankingpeace made a rank of the 18 top manufacturers of personal computers, mobile phones, TVs and games consoles according to their policies on toxic chemicals, recycling and climate change, and this is the result!

Hellow dear followers!

This is our first “Green Note” of the blog, yeah its cool all the gadgets and geek stuff, but we have to take care of our planet. Now we present to you the “Guide to Greener Electronics” made by Greenpeace. Their three goals for that ranking are to get the companies to:

  • Clean up their products by eliminating hazardous substances.
  • Take back and recycle their products responsibly once they become obsolete.
  • Reduce the climate impacts of their operations and products.

And this are the winners from the cleanest to the worst one:

Nokia

Nokia


 

 

Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson


 

Philips

Philips


 

HP Hewlet Packard

HP


 

 

Samsung

Samsung


 

 

Motorola Panasonic Sony

Motorola

Panasonic

Sony

 

Apple Dell

Apple

Dell

 

 

 

Sharp

Sharp

 

 

 

Acer

Acer


 

 

Fujitsu

Fujitsu


 

 

LG Electronics Lenovo

LG Electronics

Lenovo


 

 

Toshiba

Toshiba


 

Microsoft

Microsoft


 

 

Nintendo

Nintendo


 

 

So in the end.. the winner as the most eco-friendly company is Nokia and the most eco-enemy is Nintendo.

This is not the first one, and will not be the last of the rankings that the people of Greenpeace will make about the electronic companies and the e-waste. The first one was made on August of 2006, through this one that is the most recent one on October 2010. They have made a great investigation and analysis to obtain those scores, in our opinion.. excellent work guys.. let’s try to make our planet a little greener!

Also don’t miss this oportunity to donate and suport the WWF on my widget to the right of the blog, on that big button! Thanks in advance, the planet will welcomed you!

If you want to know more about each company on that score –> [Greenpeace: Scores]

Some Q&A about the ranking –>[Greenpeace: Q&A]

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