Apple Expands Usage of Recycled Materials Across Its Products


The company ‘Apple’ has released the new details on the increased use of the recycled content across the products of the company. For the first time, the company has introduced the certified recycled gold and has been more than doubled the use of the rare earth elements along with cobalt and recycled tungsten.

Around 20 percent of all the material that is used in the products of Apple in 2021 had been recycled, which has been the highest-ever use of the recycled content. The company has also released the new details on the particular progress and the recycling innovation efforts of the company and clean energy in the company’s 2022 Environmental Progress Report.

The company has also shared new ways in which the customers can celebrate the Earth Day, which is including providing support to the World Wildlife Fund by using the Apple Pay. With the help of the educational resources, engaging activities and curated content acorss the platforms, the customers of the company can possibly take the opportunities for appreciating the beauty of the nature from wherever they are and learning about the main issues like the climate change along with supporting the communities and causes working for protecting the planet.

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Lisa Jackson, vice president of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives of Apple said, their rapid pace of the innovation is already helping their teams by using the products for the purpose of building tomorrow’s products and as their global supply chain transitions for cleaning the power and they are also charting a path for the other companies to follow.