Greener Electronics

It is also proposed to build bypass roads for freight transport, to provide federal highways and local roads with modern engineering remedies environment. Greenpeace has published the 11 th issue rated 'green' electronics Last week, Greenpeace issued a 11-th issue of the rankings 'green' electronics – Guide to Greener Electronics. Leaders of this ranking is led by Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Philips and Sony. Top Five still headed by Nokia. Virtus kar wanted to know more. Worst recognized manufacturers, hp and Nintendo. Special attention in the rankings Greenpeace gives the possibility not to use in the electronics industry toxic materials that contain pvc and brominated flame retardants.

In addition to reducing the use of toxic materials, one of the most important criteria for evaluating vendors is their attitude to climate change. Information and communication technology – one of the key business sectors, which may help prevent irreversible global climate change. Company's electronics manufacturers can reduce CO2 emissions by 15%. Greenpeace has once again encourages manufacturers of electronic equipment to take real measures to prevent global climate change. Use of antibiotics in animal harms soil widespread use of antibiotics in livestock, and especially in the treatment of cows, may adversely affect the community of soil microorganisms and reduce the productivity of soil, according to scientists Netherlands. Despite the fact that earthworms are sensitive only to very high concentrations of antibiotics, even those inhabitants of the fertile soils affected by antibiotics, which fall into the soil with manure. Changes occur as well and soil bacteria that are involved in filling nutrients in the soil.