Originally published: July 15, 2012
Last updated: July 15, 2012 - 7:43pm
After removing 39 of its computers from an environmental rating registry last month, Apple is now backtracking and has said it made a mistake. Apple said dropping its products from the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool registry was a mistake, and the company also said it would be re-listing its products. The company announced the change in a letter published online directed at its consumers. "We’ve recently heard from many loyal Apple customers who were disappointed to learn that we had removed our products from the EPEAT rating system," said Bob Mansfield, Apple's senior vice president of hardware engineering. "I recognize that this was a mistake. Starting today, all eligible Apple products are back on EPEAT."
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