IPhone material raises Greenpeace's ire

10/16/2007 | InfoWorld

Officials at Greenpeace International are calling on Apple to remove hazardous materials found in the company's popular iPhone, even though the components do not violate European regulations. A Greenpeace study found toxic brominated compounds and hard-to-recycle PVC materials in several iPhone components, which other manufacturers, such as Nokia and Sony Ericsson, have eliminated.

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