September 27, 2011 | Alberta
Calgary, AB - September 27, 2011 - By now, we’ve all heard about the amazing features of the iPad. Like a technological superhero, the iPad seems to do it all. But this powerful device does more than just give you easy access to surf the web, check your email, watch movies and read books - the iPad also helps the environment!
So how does the iPad fit into the category of environmentally-friendly products? Check out a few of its green features.
The iPad is made with environmentally friendly materials, which ensures that it’s PVC-free and free of brominated flame retardants. The iPad also features a mercury-free LCD display and arsenic-free display glass, making it good for both the environment, and your health.
The iPad features a highly efficient power adapter that consumes far less energy than a desktop computer or laptop. Less energy is also used to read a book on an e-reader than what goes into producing and distributing paper editions.
Efficient Packaging Design
Slim and light packaging not only reduces materials and waste, but also helps reduce CO2 emissions produced during transport.
Reduces Paper Consumption
Reading eBooks and newspapers online reduces paper usage and, in turn, saves trees!
With non-toxic materials and an aluminum and glass enclosure, the iPad is highly recyclable.
New students at CDI College will now receive an iPad when they begin classes. Find out how you can get started by filling out the form to your right!