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Nintendo, Microsoft and Philips flunk toxic test

Feature story | November 26, 2007 at 18:00

The latest edition of our quarterly Guide to Greener Electronics assesses for the first time TVs and the rapidly growing games consoles market. Nintendo completely fails to show any environmental credentials and Microsoft and Philips do little...

Greener Electronics Sony Ericsson Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 26, 2007 at 18:00

Sony Ericsson moves up from 2nd place to take the lead, by improving on its reporting of quantities of old mobile phones being recycled. The company states its strong support for the precautionary principle and Individual Producer Responsibility.

Greener Electronics Sony Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:44

Sony has made a dramatic rise to 3rd position, moving up from the bottom in the fourth version of the guide and from 6th in the last edition. This time the company has gained points for improving its reporting of the quantities of electronic...

Greener Electronics Samsung Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:40

Samsung has moved up from 8th position to 2nd as a result of introducing products free of the most harmful chemicals; all new models of LCD panels are now free from PVC plastic and all new models of mobile phones have circuit boards that are...

Greener Electronics Philips Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:38

Philips, another newcomer to the ranking Guide joins at 17th position out of 18. Philips scores points for its chemicals management and for committing to the precautionary principle, although its understanding of this principle needed to be...

Greener Electronics Nokia Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:32

Nokia loses its top position, falling down to 9th position. This is due to the penalty point for corporate misbehavior on its takeback and recycling practice. Testing of Nokia's takeback program by Greenpeace revealed confusing web information...

Greener Electronics Nintendo Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:23

Nintendo joins the Guide in bottom place. The company scores zero on all criteria, allowing infinite room for future improvement.

Greener Electronics Microsoft Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:11

Another newcomer to the ranking Guide, Microsoft comes in at number 16 (out of 18). The company scores points for its chemical management and for setting a timeline by which it intends to eliminate vinyl plastic (PVC) and all BFRs, but only by...

Greener Electronics LG Electronics Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 9:02

LGE is down from 5th position to joint 6th. Having made no progress on any of the criteria since the last ranking, LGE has allowed competitors to overtake. LGE scores well on all the chemicals criteria and has also launched models of mobile...

Greener Electronics HP Ranking - 6th Edition

Publication | November 27, 2007 at 8:51

HP moves up from 13th position to number 10, having finally provided a timeline of 2009 for eliminating PVC and all brominated flame retardants. However, this refers solely to computing equipment and not for the entire product portfolio...

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