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Dell Going Green

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  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    Dell has just announced that it has joined the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Supply Chain Leadership Collaborationp (SCLC) in a bid to cut its carbon footprint and become more environmentally friendly by monitoring the emissions of its suppliers. Dell’s Chief Production Officer and Senior Vice President Martin Garvin said the following:
    Dell announced earlier this year that it plans to neutralize the carbon impact of company-owned and leased facilities by 2008, and this move brings the firm a step closer to its goal.

    Source: Dell
     
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    This is great! Just think about how many polar bears Dell is savng!:toast::toast:
     
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    Dude, I've been green waaayyy longer.
     
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    I live in Reno, NV and the way that the local government is telling us to be green is to get rid of our lawns. They urge new developments to use small rocks rather than grass.

    Here in Reno, NV, the grass isn't green.
     
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    Where's the story about how dell is #3 now, since Acer bought Gateway?

    After one of their POS comps. fried my flash drive I hope they all die of cancer (not that I wasn't livid before that).
     
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    So does this mean they will start to take even more of consumers money to cover their costs of 'green' power?
     

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