Apple plans to make 100% recycled devices

Source: Apple’s current robot Liam separates components ready for specialized recycling.

a new, impressive goal of one day only using recycled materials in its devices. Its 2017 Environment Responsibility Report sets the target, but it’s not something the company can do quickly or

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