Why consumer electronics giants are flunking toxic phaseouts

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Why consumer electronics giants are flunking toxic phaseouts

And what other industry sectors can learn from those shortcomings

en years ago, some of the biggest names in the consumer electronics industry — Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Samsung, Apple and others — made ambitious public pledges to phase out the worst hazardous substances...

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