LG reveals green future plans
16 July 2009 — 2:00 PM
LG has outlined its commitment to operating in an environmentally-friendly manner with the launch of a new report.
Consumers recycling mobile phones may be interested to hear the firm - which counts devices such as the Cookie, Viewty Smart and Arena KM900 among its range - believes its sustainability will continue to grow.
The 2009 Environmental Report details a number of green initiatives that the South Korean manufacturer has planned for the future and contains comment from its vice chairman and chief executive officer Yong Nam.
"Our effort to support the environment also extends to product development," he said. "The focus is to develop products that are eco-friendly in all phases of the product life cycle."
The publication covers four specific areas where LG has claimed it is to focus - Green Management, Green Products Strategy, Green Manufacturing and Green Communication.
LG recently announced the live beta launch of its Own Application Store.
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