We’re carbon neutral.And by 2030, every product you love will be too.
- How it’s designed.
- How it’s made.
- How it’s shipped.
- How it’s used.
- How it’s recycled.
Using recycled aluminium in device enclosures lowers their overall carbon impact.
Since 2018, Apple’s stores, offices and data centres have run on 100% renewable energy. Today all our operations are carbon neutral too.
Our environmental efforts go beyond carbon.
No Mercury No PVC No Beryllium No BFR
We don’t pretend to have all the answers. What we do have are goals to strive for, and a global community of businesses committed to doing the right thing by people and the planet.Lisa Jackson, Vice President Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives
With Apple Trade In, you can exchange your old device for credit towards your next purchase or get an Apple Gift Card you can use anytime. If eligible, your device can have a second life with another owner. If not, we’ll recycle it free of charge. A win-win for you and the planet.4Learn more
Our aim is to make products using only renewable resources or recycled materials — so we prioritise, responsibly source and recover materials.
Apple has a rigorous programme to ensure the safety of chemicals used in our products. Learn about Apple’s strict standards, detailed toxicological assessments, and methodology for assessing chemicals of concern.
Climate change is a defining issue of our time. Our goal is to achieve complete carbon neutrality by 2030. Below are detailed updates on our progress.
We hold ourselves and our suppliers to the highest standards for labour and human rights protections, health and safety in the workplace, environmental practices and the responsible sourcing of materials.
Find out the answers to common questions about Apple and the environment.