Apple's New Macs Use '100 Per Cent Recycled Aluminium,' But What Does That Mean?

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Apple’s second press blitz of the autumn delivered details on a bunch of new devices. But the company also made some announcements on the environmental front that are generating buzz and raising questions, particularly regarding the recycled materials some of its 2018 product line will use.

Specifically, Apple announced that the 2018 models of its MacBook Air and its back-from-the-dead Mac Mini are being built with a 100 per cent recycled aluminium case, using a custom alloy that incorporates excess aluminium scavenged from the manufacturing process. Apple claims these changes, along with the incorporation of post-consumer recycled plastic into the Mac Mini, have reduced the two products’ overall carbon footprints by nearly 50 per cent, and that the new MacBook Air


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