Apple Store Using Wasteful Packing?

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Date: Wednesday, December 27th, 2006, 08:20
Category: Environment

An e-mail from reader R. Emory Williamson-Lundberg pointing to a Flickr.com photo demonstrates that despite Apple’s efforts to become more environmentally conscious via reduced packaging and computer recycling programs, small items are still being shipped in excessive materials:
“I can’t believe that is the box a mini-DVI video adapter came in. No bubble wrap. No filler. Just the packet for the adapter and an invoice.”
Take a look and let us know what you think.


An e-mail from reader R. Emory Williamson-Lundberg pointing to a Flickr.com photo demonstrates that despite Apple’s efforts to become more environmentally conscious via reduced packaging and computer recycling programs, small items are still being shipped in excessive materials:
“I can’t believe that is the box a mini-DVI video adapter came in. No bubble wrap. No filler. Just the packet for the adapter and an invoice.”
Take a look and let us know what you think.

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