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07. 01. 2008

Eco-friendly packaging made of potato starch for 3G iPhone


For those of us plagued by thoughts of waste when contemplating ditching our old iPhones to upgrade to the 3G iPhone, there's a bit of good news, as it turns out that the packaging for the new iPhone to be released on July 11th is made of recyclable potato starch. Dutch company PaperFoam, maker of carbon-friendly packaging, is providing millions of paperfoam packages to Apple.

Via The Register, by way of textually.org.

Posted by lydia    Category: cell phones | current affairs | eco
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