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  • 1. Apple A Greener Apple
  • 2. Materials ❖ Apple designs are smaller, thinner, lighter products, they do more with less material. ❖ MacBook Pro features a revolutionary unibody design, which replaces dozens of individual parts with a single piece of recyclable aluminum. ❖ Today’s 20-inch iMac uses 55 percent less material than its first- generation, 15-inch predecessor ❖ That’s a material savings of 10,000 metric tons — the equivalent of 7200 Toyota Priuses — for every one million iMac computers sold
  • 3. Energy Efficiency ❖ The majority of greenhouse gas emissions Apple accounts for are produced when you plug in our products and start using them ❖ Mac mini, for example. It uses as little as a quarter of the power consumed by a typical lightbulb, making it the most energy-efficient desktop computer in the world ❖ Apple is the only company in the industry whose entire desktop and notebook product lines meet the strict energy efficiency requirements set by the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program ❖ They have installed energy-efficient lighting and added motion sensors for automatic shutoff, saving over two million kilowatt-hours of electricity since 2006 ❖ They used enough renewable energy in 2008 to power our entire Austin facility and 25 percent of our Cork facility free from conventional grid power — eliminating thousands of metric tons of CO2e emissions ❖ By the end of 2009, both our Cork and Elk Grove facilities will operate entirely on renewable energy
  • 4. Recycling ❖ Apple’s approach to recycling begins in the design stage, where they create compact, efficient products that require less material to produce ❖ The materials we do use — including arsenic-free glass, high-grade aluminum, and strong polycarbonate — are highly valuable to recyclers ❖ From the glass, plastic, and metal in our products to the paper and ink in our packaging, our goal is to continue leading the industry in reducing or eliminating environmentally harmful substances ❖ If you live in the U.S., Apple offers a free recycling program for old computers and displays with the purchase of any new Mac ❖ Apple also offers a free online recycling program takes back all iPod models as well as mobile phones — regardless of manufacturer
  • 5. No Harmful Toxins ❖ MacBook Pro models feature displays with mercury-free backlighting and arsenic-free glass ❖ Every Mac, iPod, and iPhone free of PVC and BFRs, we are also qualifying thousands of components to be free of elemental bromine and chlorine, putting us years ahead of anyone in the industry ❖ Designing green products includes considering the environmental impact of the materials used to make them is a new goal for Apple. From the glass, plastic, and metal in their products to the paper and ink in our packaging
  • 6. Long Battery Life ❖ The new MacBook Pro family has a breakthrough battery that runs for up to 7 hours on a single charge ❖ Because the battery in the new MacBook Pro lasts up to five years, it uses just one battery in the same time a typical notebook uses three ❖ To help ensure that batteries are disposed of in an environmentally responsible way, Apple offers a battery
  • 7. Smaller Packaging ❖ Efficient packaging design helps reduce the emissions produced during transportation ❖ The packaging for the 13-inch MacBook Pro, for example, is 41 percent smaller than the previous generation MacBook. This means that 50 percent more boxes fit on each shipping, more room means that less planes and boats are used