They’re out! No, they’re back! A few days after pulling all of its products out of the EPEAT program for environmental stewardship, Apple returns to the group’s list with a note from outgoing hardware chief Bob Mansfield. An explanation of the departure and return were not included. follow link
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Apple Back in EPEAT with Vague Explanation