Sony Ericsson launches new green range
4 June 2009 — 5:00 PM
The latest phones to emerge from Sony Ericsson are being touted as some of the "greenest on the market" and are even more so when combined with a new headset.
As part of the GreenHeart range, the Sony Ericsson C901 and Naite can be teamed up with the MH300 Bluetooth earpiece and could be ideal for the type of eco-friendly consumer that would recycle mobile phones.
Dick Komiyama, president of the firm, said coupled with the announcement of renewed targets for cutting carbon levels in manufacturing processes the firm was now well positioned to boost its sustainability.
"We have implemented a full life-cycle approach to sustainability in order to build phones with a green core as well as reducing CO2 emissions from the product in use and ensuring sustainable end-of-life treatment," he added.
The group also announced this week it would be expanding its 3G Java options to encourage developers to create new software.
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