LG says: "Life's Good When It's Green"
9 January 2009 — 3:24 PM
Those with environmental concerns may be interested to learn about LG's latest eco-friendly initiative.
According to the South Korean manufacturer, there are a number of reasons why companies need to embrace sustainability - and recycling mobile phones should be a part of this.
Taking inspiration from its current company motto - Life's Good, LG have announced its latest initiative will be titled Life's Good When It's Green.
LG's president and chief technology officer, Dr Woo Paik, said: "We're focusing on environmentally-sustainable solutions, developing eco-designs and distributing eco-products to help create a safer, cleaner world."
In addition to recycling mobile phones and parts, the firm hopes to use less hazardous materials as part of its new focus - which was detailed at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas this week.
Those looking for the latest contracts may find the eight-megapixel LG KC910 Renoir tempting - particularly if they are looking for a device with the latest camera technology.
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