Jun 01

Greenpeace activists shrouded the Dell Company in Texas and having a banner asking Dell and Michael specifically to try to remove the toxins! This statement was directly to Michael Dell.
The activity has happened because of the stunt with the release of Greenpeace 15th quarterly, ” Guide To Greener Electronics.”
After a promise abolishing the toxins found in Dell like polyvinyl chloride plastics (PVC), which is used instead of rubber in electric cables and brominated fire retardants (BFR), which are commonly used in electronic products as a means of reducing the flammability of the product, the Greenpeace gave Dell a low score.
Last July 2009, after the company could not meet the deadline, The Greenpeace finally gave Dell the lowest statistics. At present, the group has hit the lowest mark and remonstrated.
The Dell Company, which was the first company that actually promised to eliminate the two toxins but still does not comply, Greenpeace created a shroud and Dell says that there is a deadline for that.
Mosmeyer said that, though some of the products of the company have not had all their products to be free of toxins, many of the ones that have been created have not been using these toxins in the manufacturing process and this has been highlighted by the management of the company.
Meanwhile, Dell is good for recycling. In the year 2004, the company had a very good partnership to recycle old electronics. Companies that have eliminated the use of the toxins are many in number and they include some of the top in the business and that includes those like Acer and Apple according to Greenpeace. Dell, Toshiba and Samsung on the other hand, failed to do commitments in eradicating certain
toxic products, according to Greenpeace.
Because of this serious matter, we encourage companies to eliminate products that have toxins and follow the Greenpeace guideline. IT Support

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