Google promises to increase use of recycled plastic in gadgets

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As one of the products in the 'Made by Google' range, the Google Home smart speaker will soon be made with recycled plastics | Credit: Google
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As one of the products in the 'Made by Google' range, the Google Home smart speaker will soon be made with recycled plastics | Credit: Google

Tech giant has pledged to make product shipments carbon neutral by 2020

Google has ramped up efforts to curb its environmental impacts, with fresh promises yesterday to increase its use of recycled plastics and slash emissions from product shipments. In a pair of pledges...

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