Nokia,Samsung And Sony Get Top Rank In The Greenpeace Ranking

By October 2nd, 2009 AT 7:26 PM

okia,Samsung And Sony Get Top Rank In The Greenpeace RankingGreenpeace International today released the 12th edition of its quarterly Guide to Greener Electronics. In the latest rankings on electronics makers and how they measure up for environmentally responsible production.

Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson lead the way with top scores.

Nokia once again remained in the top position, with a score of 7.45 points out of a possible 10, while Samsung held on to second place with its score of 7.1. Sony Ericsson moved further up in the rankings, retaining its third-place score but improving that number to 6.5, up from 5.7 in the March 2009 rankings.

The scorecard rates manufacturers on three criteria: reducing the climate impacts of products and operations, responsible recycling and take back of unwanted electronics, and the elimination of toxic materials from the products themselves.

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NOKIA is truly a RESPONSIBLE HANDSEET MANUFACTURE… I wish Greenpeace would come out with a similar campaign on SERVICE PROVIDERS, basis the LEVELS OF RADIO EMMISSIONS that the towers emit, as this could be more hazadous to human health.

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