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10/16/2012 | 2:38:21 PM
re: Apple, Other Ultrathin Notebooks Get Green Grade
Good to see Apple back on the Green list with their products again. I think that Apple has addressed issues that seem pretty big to a large chunk of its consumers. I am sure all the green folks were none to happy to learn the iPads they were working on were in fact not green. I ma glad that Apple out of al the companies branded green made the list. At least they are big enough to admit when they have made decisions that were not in the best interest of the green world, that seems to be a great trend that will do society nothing but good! EPEAT being designed for vendors , should set their standards high because industry is sure to follow trend of the big companies that are leading the way.

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