EPA’s Most Wanted | ZapRoot 069

These environmental bad boys are on the run.  Find out who they are with the EPA’s Most Wanted list.  Also, “These Guys Are Full of **it” is back and we’re covering the latest in corporate greenwashing campaigns.

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4 Responses to “EPA’s Most Wanted | ZapRoot 069”

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  4. anonymous_coward Says:

    Eliminating toxins from a product line is not a bad thing. Making packaging smaller is not a bad thing. Making a product so it uses less energy is not a bad thing. Letting the VP of Spin, um, er, VP of Communities and Conversations use you as his/her greenwashing machine is not such a good thing. Yes, it will be even better when Apple releases more data on their processes, and yes, it will be even better when Dell reduces their toxins and packaging. But let’s not be their PR machines, shall we? Let’s try to remember that both companies are now taking being green seriously, and that is a good thing.

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