We hear a lot these days about how a little action by each of us can go a long way in helping preserve the environment for all of us, and that extends to the use of technology as well. By selecting certain types of components and utilizing certain practices we can reduce energy consumption and hazardous materials, thus doing a small part in the larger campaign for a greener tomorrow.

An organization taking the lead on this front is the Green Electronics Council (GEC), a nonprofit organization formed to identify what companies and individuals can do in the design, manufacture and use of technology to create a more healthy environment.

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