The Recycled Sony Bravia Eco Television Series (CES 2009)

By: Sandra Winn - Published: Jan 9, 2009 • References: redorbit & t3
We’ve seen many recycling innovations but the Sony Eco Bravia VE5 series, as shown at CES 2009, is unique because the TVs themselves were made from recycled televisions. 

Other eco-friendly attributes of Sony Bravia LCD televisions are that they come with a zero-watt standby switch with motion and light sensors. When a room is empty, the sensors on Bravia will turn off the television; when motion is detected, it comes back on.  Of course, it can be turned on and off manually as well.

Finally, three of the six VE5 series models, Bravia KDL-52VE5, Bravia KDL-46VE5 and the KDL-40VE5 come with micro-tubular Hot Cathode Fluorescent Lamp (HCFL) which reduce power consumption by almost 40%.

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