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LG Electronics Champions Energy Efficient Technologies at 2014 Greenbuild Expo

Named Leading Technology Provider for ‘GreenZone’ Community Center, LG Outfits Sustainable Facility with Air Conditioning Solutions, Electronics, Appliances
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NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 22, 2014 /3BL Media/– Underscoring its commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainable technologies, LG Electronics USA is playing a major role at the premier event for sustainable building, the 2014 Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, which opens here today.

LG Electronics USA Encourages Consumers to ‘Do 1 Thing ENERGY STAR®’ This Holiday Season

‘ENERGY STAR Most Efficient’ Designation Helps Green Gifters Find Right Products
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 27, 2013 /3BL Media/ – With Black Friday right around the corner, LG Electronics USA is urging consumers to “Do 1 Thing ENERGY STAR” and look for the ENERGY STAR label and “ENERGY STAR Most Efficient” designation when making their home appliance and consumer electronics purchases.

LG Electronics ENERGY STAR® Products Selected for Proud Green Home Project

Net Zero Home Features LG HVAC System, Solar Panels, Home Appliances and Consumer Electronics
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August 16, 2013 /3BL Media/ - As the major “ENERGY STAR Technology Provider” for the Proud Green Home, LG Electronics USA is playing a key role in this unique project that features techniques, products and design to create a sustainable home for the future.

Electronics Manufacturers Face New Supply Chain Threat

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New Green House Gas Protocol (GHGP) amendment will now require NF3, nitrogen triflouride, to be included in inventories under the Corporate Standard, Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard, and Product Standard under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).  

NF3, primarily used in the production of popular electronics such as LCD panels, computer circuits and thin-film solar cells, is said to be 17,200 times more powerful than carbon dioxide in trapping atmospheric heat over a 100-year time span. 

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