Apple Will Stop Using Mined Metals in Its Devices

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 21 April 2017
Last year, Apple committed to using 100% conflict free metals in all of its devices. Now the company is taking its pledge one step further, vowing to eliminate mined metals altogether. For years Apple has been moving in a more sustainable direction but it's not something that can happen overnight. In environmental reports put out by Greenpeace, Apple used to be at the bottom of the list in terms of sustainability, but now they've been on top for three years in a row.

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