Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge Treated to Eco-friendly Carbon Certification


Here's a big step toward maintaining the ecosystem, and the first step has been taken by South Korean giant Samsung. According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge have received an eco-friendly carbon labeling certification.

The new certification associating Samsung has been done is several different countries. While the Note 4 has received the certifications in Korea, United States, United Kingdom, and Russia, the Galaxy Note Edge boasts the green label in Japan.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Edge Gets Eco-friendly Carbon Certificatication

The carbon certification for the Galaxy Note 4 involves UK's Carbon Trust certification of carbon emissions (CO2 Measured Label), America's Underwriters Laboratories certification of environmentally friendly products (SPC, Sustainable Product Certification), and the Russian Union eco-friendly certification agency Ecological Union's Vitality Leaf certification.

The Galaxy Note Edge, on the other hand, has received its Eco-leaf environmental tag and carbon footprint products from Japanese Industrial Environmental Management Association. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has also become the first smartphone certified by Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute for low carbon emissions, according to the company.

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The carbon labeling certification system for electronics was first introduced in February 2009. In fact, the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note became the first mobile devices to be awarded with the Carbon Footprint certificate by Carbon Trust.

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