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Apple to Use 100% Recycled Cobalt in Batteries by 2025

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Apple to Use 100% Recycled Cobalt in Batteries by 2025

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Apple has made a commitment to use 100% recycled cobalt in the batteries of its products by 2025.

The company has been working to incorporate more recycled materials into its products and plans to use entirely recycled rare earth elements and 100% recycled tin soldering and gold plating in Apple-designed printed circuit boards by 2025 as well.

Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the company is dedicated to creating technology that enriches people’s lives while also protecting the planet.

Apple has already significantly expanded its use of 100% certified recycled cobalt over the past three years and plans to continue this trend.

Cobalt is an essential material in the creation of batteries for most consumer electronics, including Apple products like the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and MacBook.

While this may seem like a small step, it is important to see tech companies taking responsibility for their impact on the environment.

It should be noted that this is Apple’s current target and may not be achieved by the 2025 deadline.

This article was updated 4 weeks ago

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