Apple Auditing Supply Plants for Pollution
For the past year, the technology giant Apple continuously brushed off accusations of environmental violations along its Chinese supply chain, even as dozens of Chinese environmental groups coalesced into a coalition to scrutinize the technology giant.
Now, the company says it is looking into pollution along its supply line, and has promised to improve environmental standards for future parts manufacturers.
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