FUJITSU LifeBook P702
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For all that, the company is rather inconspicuous in the various rankings in which most of the key players in the market are to be found, even though it is positioned in an entirely creditable 13th place in Newsweek's 2011 "Green Rankings" of the 500 most sustainable companies on a global scale. On the other hand, Fujitsu presents itself as being part of FTSE4Good, but the information could not be checked out on the FTSE site.
With strict regard to the environmental aspect of its activities, Fujitsu has moved up two places in Greenpeace's 2010 ranking and gets a score of 3.9/10, putting it in 13th place. However, when it comes to the 2011 ranking, the group is no longer featured in it...without any valid explanation. Fujitsu is therefore making progress, if we put this ranking to one side, particularly in terms of achieving the undertakings it has made on reducing greenhouse gases, but also as it has had an audit of the values shown carried out by an independent firm. Nevertheless, much remains to be done, especially in terms of complying with its undertakings to use renewable energies, which has remained vague since 2007.
On the other hand, the structure of the CSR report is nonetheless relatively confused, and for example makes analysing the company's social commitment somewhat delicate. The information shown on the internet site is more terse and so seems weaker. Finally, Fujitsu does not promote individual partnerships with stakeholders and only publishes examples which are not very meaningful.
- Does not contain mercury in the light sources
- Memory can be increased or replaced
- Storage capacity can be increased or replaced
- Modules (CD/DVD reader, USB ports etc.) can be added or replaced
- Does have parts and labels that can be easily separated
- Contains 0% of recycled plastic
- Contains 0% bioplastics
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Practical advice for use
Use a universal charger
Regularly delete the applications you do not use
Sell or donate your hardware at the pick-up points dedicated to reconditioning so that it can be reused