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Page | April 27, 2010 at 16:44

Nokia

Page | April 27, 2010 at 16:44

Poisoning the poor – Electronic Waste in Ghana

Feature story | August 6, 2008 at 3:30

The latest place where we have discovered high tech toxic trash causing horrendous pollution is in Ghana. Our analysis of samples taken from two electronic waste (e-waste) scrap yards in Ghana has revealed severe contamination with hazardous...

Illegal e-waste exposed

Feature story | June 16, 2008 at 10:22

A container of electronic waste (e-waste) from Port of Oakland in the United States was intercepted in Hong Kong by Greenpeace activists. After months of research, we determined that the container was destined for Sanshui district in mainland...

Greenpeace activists return e-waste to Philips, ask the company to stop practicing...

Press release | June 10, 2008 at 3:30

MUMBAI, India — Greenpeace activists today returned electronic waste (e-waste) to Philips' head office here asking the company to immediately stop practicing double standard on take-back of its end-of-life products in India

Greenpeace renews call for design-out-toxics at ELCOMP

Press release | September 13, 2007 at 3:30

New Delhi,12 Sept, 2007: Greenpeace today renewed its call for design-out-toxics from all electronic products at the backdrop of ELCOMP India 2007, the electronic trade fair at Pragati Maidan. Greenpeace urged the gathering of electronic...

Greenpeace urges Nokia: Tell HCL to go green

Press release | September 5, 2007 at 3:30

GURGAON/NEW DELHI, India — Greenpeace today urged Nokia, the market leader in mobile phones in India, to review its business partnership with HCL if the later does not stop producing hazardous computers. Greenpeace activists taking along a huge...

Enough greenwashing, its time to act, Greenpeace tells HCL

Press release | August 30, 2007 at 3:30

NEW DELHI, India — Greenpeace activists today staged a “shame-HCL” protest at the company’s headquarters in Noida, demanding that the company make clear and binding commitments to green its operations. Unfurling a banner that read “Hazardous...

Indian brands not up to global standards: Greenpeace guide to Greener Electronics

Press release | August 13, 2007 at 3:30

NEW DELHI, India — Greenpeace today released the Indian Guide to Greener electronics (1), which ranks major Indian computer manufacturers on their green performance. Four editions of the global Guide have been published since the international...

Pulling the plug on dirty electronics

Feature story | May 24, 2005 at 3:30

GENEVA, Switzerland — What happens to your mobile or computer when you throw it away? Did you know it could end up dumped in Asia and scrapped by hand in appalling conditions? This shouldn't be happening, so we are pressuring one of the biggest...

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