LG outlines green plans
10 August 2009 — 12:34 PM
Consumers recycling mobile phones may be buoyed by a new report from LG detailing its progress in becoming a greener manufacturer.
The South Korean firm has published its third annual sustainability study and has highlighted progress in a range of areas as well as plans for the future to improve its environmental credentials.
As part of the review, LG took into account five areas - customer value, environmental leadership, responsible business practices, community engagement and employee value.
Yong Nam, vice-chairman and chief executive officer at the company, said it was important for the group to push ahead with green initiatives.
"We will continue to explore new opportunities and growth engines, allowing us to become a leading multinational corporation that is both trusted and respected," he added.
Some of the latest phones available in the LG range include the Viewty Smart, Arena and the BL40 Chocolate.
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