Though this seems rather late in the game, Fujitsu is the first of the PC industry to recycle discs -- specifically CDs and DVDs into their notebook PCs.
If you weighed the utility of both a laptop and desktop in the context of today's on-the-go society, you would say that the former market holds more potential. With most people swearing by the handiness of personal computers in the forms our smartphones, tablets and laptops, the era of the desktop is increasingly confined to the workplace. Fujitisu obviously saw a need for a more sustainable alternative in procuring materials to support the demand. This is where its recycling program comes into place. It will accept old cds and dvds, things that are replaced by iPods, flash disks and external hard drives, and then use the material for personal computer production.
It’s about time that a major computer company intervened and reorganized our disposal and production habits.
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