Oct 17

In January last year, the European Parliament was forced to pass a new law in order to curb the dumping of electronic goods like phones and computers in landfill sites. Dumping electronic goods in landfills is extremely dangerous to our environment: the toxic chemicals inside pollute the air and groundwater supplies continuously.

From 2016, EU member states must collect 45 tonnes of e-waste for every 100 tonnes of goods put on sale during the preceding three years. Manufacturers have been instructed by law to do the best they can for the environment, by offering their own recycling advice. If you’ve got an iPhone, you’re most likely to want to get rid of it as soon as the next model arrives. This is how you can do it without adding to the e-waste problem. » Recycling Your iPhone the Eco-Friendly Way: Top Tips

Jun 15

Project Green Apple is trying to make a statement against Apple’s recycling policy and the toxics that are put in the iPad, to show its statement against Apple they decided to use 4 torches to burn the iPad. But will Apple even look at the video? And if they do, will they care?