20 Apr '17, 6pm

Apple announces plans to make all products from recycled materials

Apple announces plans to make all products from recycled materials

Apple just announced plans to close the loop and make all of its products from recycled materials. We tend not to realize how damaging our electronics are for the environment – from mining materials to the toxic effects when we dump them . Apple starting tackling these problems last year with its recycling robot , and now the electronics giant wants to only use recycled materials in its devices.

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