IBM UK: Shaping a greener marketing edge

An external review has concluded that IBM UK's environmental management systems and procedures are up with the state of the art - but has also highlighted an emerging environmental challenge for IBM in the marketplace. The company is responding with an in-depth comparison of the environmental performance of its competitors' products against its own - and will be educating its customers about the desirability of including environmental specifications in their purchasing policies.

It was not many years into the information technology revolution that the prevailing perception of the electronics industry as a clean industry suffered its first blow. In both the USA and Europe, a series of solvent contamination incidents affecting groundwater beneath electronics manufacturing facilities - including a number operated by IBM - came to light from the late 1970s onwards. Then, a decade later, the industry came under the spotlig

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