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Voluntary Take-Backs

What's the company's voluntary take-back score?

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16 Known
+ 0 Unknown
= 16 Total results
Companies Values
Samsung
2012 = 6 /8
Nokia
2012 = 6 /8
Wipro Limited
2012 = 4 /8
LG Electronics
2012 = 4 /8
Hewlett-Packard (HP)
2012 = 4 /8
Dell Inc.
2012 = 4 /8
Apple Inc.
2012 = 4 /8
Infosys Limited
2012 = 3 /8
Sony Corporation
2012 = 3 /8
Toshiba Corporation
2012 = 2 /8
Sharp Corporation
2012 = 2 /8
Panasonic Corporation
2012 = 2 /8
Lenovo Group Ltd.
2012 = 2 /8
Acer Inc.
2012 = 2 /8
BlackBerry Limited
2012 = 1 /8
Koninklijke Philips N.V
2012 = 1 /8

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About

The 18th Edition of the Guide to Greener Electronics was published by Greenpeace in November 2012 with an updated methodology that were meant to reflect progress within the industry since 2006 and to set a new challenge for the industry to become more sustainable across company operations and supply chains. 

Methodology

Greenpeace assesses companies based only on their public information and practice to ensure the ranking is transparent. Companies can be held publicly accountable when they do make commitments. Making changes public also helps drive competition between the companies. The only criterion where nonpublic information is accepted is on advocacy, where a company may have voiced a clear position to relevant decision makers but does not make this public.

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