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|Rooster||10:23pm on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|Some people said that stuck pixel sometime will fix itself eventually, but will RMA it after a few more days. Fast shipping.|
|mmadriga||12:03am on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|the quality greatly exceeds the cost I bought the LG 23" LCD monitor to replace an old 19" flat screen monitor.|
|cyoh||1:53pm on Saturday, October 16th, 2010|
|I tried really hard to like this product afte... Great sense of depth when playing video games Awful color reproduction, Excessively bright.|
|Swad||4:24pm on Friday, October 1st, 2010|
|buy it. For 160 bucks, u cant beat it. Looks amazing, good viewing angles, Im loving it no hdmi cable, d-sub is working just fine though i guess One was DOA, i ordered 2 of these for my gameing set, one arried in perfect working order, one was DOA.|
|mb02135||8:21am on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|After reading loads of reviews on the net abo... fantastic visuals, razor sharp images,bright and colourful,stylish design,touch sensitive buttons.|
|jchstevens||6:54am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|Lets get specs out of the way: the LG W2353V-PF claims 23" worth of wide diagonal real estate, 2ms of fast pixel transitions (response time).|
|timlitw||4:56am on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
|picture is superb, 2ms is far better than most models in this 23" size range. Very easy to set up and operate. picture quality excellent None - so far|
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CEO and Vice Chairman
We aim to become the worlds leading company by working to enrich peoples lives and improve the environment through innovation.
The importance of environment can never be overemphasized as a key factor for sustainable growth. We at LG Electronics have recognized the importance of environmental concerns early on and announced the environmental management policy in 1994. Since then, we have made relentless efforts in innovation and development of greener products to preserve the earths environment while enhancing convenience for customers. Last year, we strengthened the competitiveness of existing businesses through the development of differentiated greener products and pursued various initiatives to identify new opportunities. In January 2009, LG Electronics established a voluntary target of reducing greenhouse gases by 150,000 tons from manufacturing and 30 million tons from product use in 2020. The reduction target for manufacturing stage which was set based on absolute reduction is very challenging considering expected increase in greenhouse gas emissions due to our business expansion. To achieve this, we have established greenhouse gas inventories in domestic and overseas sites. We also have been improving the energy efficiency of our products and implementing the green logistics policy. In addition, we developed the Integrated Green IT System to effectively manage environmental risks. Being recognized with its low-carbon green management, LG Electronics was named the best company for disclosing climate change information by CDP Korea in 2009. However, we should not be satisfied with the current achievements; we will continue to push forward in developing industry-leading technologies. We are actively involved in researches to make greener products. We are also participating in development of the Jeju Smart Grid Complex and developing products for the next generation intelligence power network. Moving forward, we will invest in green innovative technology that focuses on the environment and sustainability to satisfy customers needs. In addition, we will provide more values to customers by strengthening the competitiveness of our products and contribute towards sustainable social development.
President and CTO
We will create cutting-edge products with our own green R&D.
01 Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Reduction Activities
In January 2009, LG Electronics announced that it will voluntarily reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The company aims to cut emissions from product manufacturing by 150,000 tons, and indirect emissions from customers product use by 30 million tons in 2020. To achieve our goal, we are committed to enhance the efficiency of our production processes and improving the energy efficiency of our products.
02 Establishment of Greenhouse Gas Inventory for Overseas Operations
LG Electronics has established greenhouse gas inventories in its domestic and overseas sites. We have also developed a greenhouse gas emissions management system and are committed to make continuous efforts to verify and reduce greenhouse gases in cooperation with the Korea Energy Management Corporation.
03 Winner of the CDP Korea (Noori Award)
LG Electronics is voluntarily participating in the international Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). In 2009, LG Electronics won a best prize "Noori" at the CDP 2009 Korea 100, jointly organized by CDP Headquarters and CDP Korea.
04 Green Logistics System MOU with Korea Railroad Corporation
LG Electronics evaluated greenhouse gas emissions from logistics processes and developed a strategy for implementing the Green Logistics System. As part of its strategy, LG signed an MOU with Korea Railroad Corporation (KORAIL) and the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs in October 2009 to revitalize the rail-based logistics system for this era of green growth. We will make continuous efforts to expand the green logistics model, in line with the national strategy.
05 Announcement of Green Vision 2012 by HA/AC Companies
In December 2009, the HA/AC Companies of LG Electronics which produces air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and so on announced "Green Vision 2012". In this announcement, we introduced four green action plans, including establishing a system with low greenhouse gas emissions, securing green product leadership and forming a green collaboration with our vendors and local communities. We are also committed to cutting approximately 10 million tons of direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions by 2012.
LG Electronics Green Committee
Eco Design Committee
Committee Chairman : CTO Committee Members : R&D Center Head of each Business Division
Secretary : Eco Strategy Team
Green Product Expert Committee
Green Packaging Expert Committee
Standardization Expert Committee
Supply Chain Environmental Management
To improve the environmental management of our vendors and the green quality of raw materials, we have been operating the LGE Green Program (LGEGP, LGE Green Program) since 2005. As a manufacturing company that receives parts and raw materials from our vendors, we recognize that the green quality of the vendors' products is directly related to our environmental competitiveness, and so we promote Supply Chain Environmental Management (SCEM).
1. LGE Green Program
To manage the use of hazardous substances in the products, LG Electronics is currently operating the LGEGP (LGE Green Program) for about 4,400 primary vendors. Through the program, hazardous substance management, import inspection and monitoring inspection on primary vendors are being carried out. In order to improve the environmental aspects of our products. LGE monitors its supply chain by requesting its primary vendors to check and support their 2nd and 3rd vendors. Since September 2006, we have been running the LGEGP system to manage the certification process. To enable our vendors to give the best response to the LGE Green Program, the Management Guide for Hazardous Substances (both electronic and hard copy) is distributed in 4 languages (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) and can be downloaded by anyone by visiting the web site. ( http://www.lge.co.kr/cokr/about/sustainability/environment/supply-chain-environmental-management.jsp)
Certification Criteria All parts and raw, packaging and subsidiary materials supplied to LG Electronics must comply with the management tolerance level (maximum content level of impurities) set by LG Electronics' criteria for hazardous substances. The vendors' organizational system for hazardous substance management along with environmental quality assurance system must also meet our standards.
LGE GP Certification Evaluation Standards
Environmental Management System Score Hazardous Substances Management Material/Product Management Follow-up Management Validity Period Renewal Reviews Target 2 Years
Over 80 Points (Over 42 Points required for mandatory items) 1 Year
All partner companies supplying products, components, raw materials and supplementary materials to LG Electronics.
1) RoHS : Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive 2) REACH : Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals 3) PPW : Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive
GPMS IT System
Green Product Management IT System
GPMS Portal GPMS
Corporate Carbon Management System
Hazardous Substances Management System
LG Electronics Green Program
In order to increase our employees' environmental awareness, we offer environmental training and education to the employees. Through this environmental training, employees can get more information and develop competence thus making them to more actively respond to environment related regulations / laws.
1. Climate Change Education for Employees
In 2009, LG Electronics provided an online education program, on climate change issues, to more than 20,000 employees in the country. Various subjects including causes and phenomena of climate change along with the related risks and opportunities for companies were covered during the education program. The employees satisfaction level with the education was very high, at 87%. This education is planned to expand and include overseas employees in 2010. We have also developed and are operating a development program to raise environment experts while offering environmental seminars to executive-level managers.
Online Education Page
2. Online Training
Via the environmental safety bulletin board on our Intranet, online training material is distributed weekly to each business site. This training covers not only management of hazardous materials but also regulation trends, and other safety-related content. The material is open to enable all employees.
I used to think that climate change was a media hype that rarely affected me. However, after I learned from the internal seminar that it could have a tremendous effect on my daily life, as well as the companys performance, I realized how serious it is. Now, I try to turn off as many as unused lights possible, and do not print documents that are not necessary. This is my own way of responding to global warming. In my work at the company, I will also think about how to prevent global warming, thus preserving the environment. With global warming, and environmental degradation becoming urgent issues to resolve, LGE needs to strengthen its efforts to educate its employees about the importance of environment, in order to become a green market leader instead of just a follower.
Young-shin Eum Junior Research Engineer (CSD Group, Device & Materials Lab.)
3. Education for Vendors
LG Electronics has been providing expert development education to all its vendors on our hazardous substances management policy and LGE Green Program since December 2006. From 2009, trial education opportunities have been expanded to encompass some of second and third tier partners who are not directly in business with LG Electronics. In order to provide a higher level of education about techniques for managing hazardous substances, the course will be completely transformed in 2010 into the Manager Course on Environmental Product Risk.
1 DNV Third Party Inspection Certificate for GHG Inventory for 12 Korean Operations in A Third-Party Verification Certificate for the Tianjin Subsidary in China in A Third-Party Verification Certificate for the Taizhou Subsidary in China in 2010
Management Standards for Energy and Greenhouse Gas
LG Electronics established "Energy and Greenhouse Gas Management Rules" that define the roles of responsible organizations and the various measures to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gases emission. Each business unit and operation makes efforts based on this rule such as internal reporting requirements, management of reduction goals and performance, how to estimate future emissions and so on. These rules also include measures to encourage employees to be thinking in areas such as reducing internal energy use campaign and sharing best practices in the perspective of energy and greenhouse gas reduction.
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Activities
GHG Reduction Target
In January 2009, LG Electronics announced its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the manufacturing process by 150,000 tons compared to 2008, and 30 million tons from customers product use by 2020, compared to the business-as-usual emissions referred to 2007. With this, LG Electronics has been promoting the establishment of greenhouse gas inventories for Korea and overseas sites, efficient facility management and the development of low carbon and high energy-efficient products. In 2009, LG Electronics has reduced 250,000 tons from the manufacturing stage compared to the emission in 2008 and about 5,450,000 tons from customers product use compared to the business as usual emissions in 2007 and we will continuously help customers lower their carbon footprint. To calculate emissions from product use, we utilize specific scenarios for product usage by product which consists of power consumed and time used.
LG Electronics Greenhouse Gases Reduction Target
(Unit : k Ton CO2)
Reduction Target and Results of 2009 (Unit : k Ton CO2)
Collaboration for Low Carbon Policy
Participation in the Carbon Disclosure Project
Since 2008, LG Electronics has been voluntarily participating in the Carbon Disposure Project (hereinafter, CDP). In 2009, LG won an award "Noori" as the best company to realize low carbon green growth at the CDP 2009 Korea 100 held by the international CDP and CDP Korea. CDP is a program that annually provides corporate information about major listed companies to worldwide finance/investment organizations by analyzing the companies management strategies on climate changes, and LG Electronics plans to continue its participation in the CDP and transparently share its information with stakeholders.
Mutual Cooperation with Government Korea Energy Management Corporation
Since November 2009, LG Electronics has been maintaining a mutually-cooperating relationship with Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO) on areas of response to climate changes, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and energy conservation. In the future, both of the organizations plan to cooperate on responding to international policies on climate changes and successfully realizing the low carbon, green growth through activities including a verification of greenhouse gas inventory for LG Electronics' overseas factories. According to the agreement, the greenhouse gas inventory for LG Electronics overseas sites will be verified by the GHG Certification Office of KEMCO while sharing the latest overseas technology and information on greenhouse gas reduction.
* GHG Certification Office of KEMCO ( http://www.kemcocdm.or.kr): as a related organization of KEMCO ( http://www.kemco.or.kr), it establishes and manages short/long term plans on greenhouse gas verification/certification; also as a semi-government organization, it performs and certifies the emission and reduction amount of greenhouse gases.
1 Participation in the Carbon Disclosure Project 2 Mutual Cooperation with Government Korea Energy Management Corporation
Energy efficiency enhancement
Reduce power consumption Reduce stand-by power
CO2 emissions reduction
se renewable energy U educe CO2 emissions through product R life-cycle
LG Electronics is replacing hazardous substances in the products as much as possible. We meet the international environmental regulations on hazardous substances, including RoHS, REACH, and pursue the development of products that will allow replacement of hazardous substances. We have established an integrated system to manage information about substances used for production throughout the company, and have set schedules to remove hazardous substances from newly developed products. To do so, we maintain close cooperation with our vendors, and have a new hazardous substance management system in place within the Green Product Management IT System (see page 16). In addition, we are running laboratories for in-depth analysis hazardous substances, and appropriately managing chemical substances to minimize the impact on the environment (see page 19). We are also focused on technologies for reducing noise and vibration in washing machines, refrigerators, and vacuum cleaners, among others. 1) Hazardous Substance Reduction LG Electronics is researching and developing technology for the management and replacement of hazardous substances. Besides product development, we have continuously operated our Green Program for vendor management from 2005 and monitor hazardous substance use throughout the entire process of product manufacturing. In order to thoroughly test the content of hazardous substance in the parts that used by LG Electronics, we are operating our hazardous substance testing system. LG Electronics is running a hazardous substances monitoring system, with X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy to screen analysis not only in workplaces in Korea, but also in overseas subsidiaries, in order to measure the amount of hazardous substances in purchased parts. With regard to Parts and products that are likely to contain hazardous substances are regularly monitored in the mass production process, to ensure that they comply with hazardous substance regulations.
Hazardous Substance Mangement Flow Chart
Request external test organization for analysis
Submit the anaysis data
Voluntary Replacement Schedule for Newly Developed Products
Mobile Phone PVC TV/Monitor/PC Home Appliance/Air-Conditioner Mobile Phone BFR TV/Monitor/PC Home Appliance/Air-Conditioner Mobile Phone Phthalates TV/Monitor/PC Home Appliance/Air-Conditioner Mobile Phone Antimony TV/Monitor/PC Home Appliance/Air-Conditioner Beryllium All Products
LGEs Voluntary Replacement of Hazardous Substances LG Electronics has been reducing the use of PVC, BFR, and other materials that are known as harmful to human but are not yet regulated based on scientific evidence. After the safety and credibility tests, we began to replace PCB in mobile phones, and halogenated compounds in headsets and batteries, with substances that have lower potential to harm human health and the environment. LG Electronics uses parts that minimize any CI and Br in optical disk drives for six models (RU1S-1, R1S-1, JR11-1, R5, RU2, JD11). In October 2009, we released GD510 (POP), which did not use PVC, BFR and CFR (see page 38).
Replacement schedule begins
2010~ ~2012 ~2014 2010~ ~2012 ~2014 ~2012 ~2012 ~2014 ~2012 ~2012 ~2014 ~2012
Mobile Phone (BeO is banned.)
2) Home Environment We also apply allergen-reducing technologies to improve the customers wellbeing and are working to reduce noise and vibration during product use. In addition, through studying the application of bio-plastic and other materials, we are putting more effort into developing greener products. We will continue this pursuit in the future to ensure our products can enhance the living environment of our customers. Allergen-reducing Features Some of our products in washer machine, air cleaner, and vacuum cleaner are certified to
reduce allergens in the UK, Germany, and Korea. Our washing machines are certified by the British Allergy Foundation and the Korea Asthma Allergy Foundation and our vacuum cleaners are certified to reduce allergens, and able to remove fine dust, by the BAF and Germanys SL. Development of Bio-Plastics We research ways to make bio-plastics from corn starch, and apply them to products and
packaging. Since materials for biodegradable plastics are collected from green plants, it is possible to reduce the consumption of oil. In addition, we have been developing products that are based on non-toxic natural materials, to provide our customers with products that have minimal impact on the environment during production, normal use and at the end of their useful lives.
Bio-plastic Development Process
Sheet, Film, Filber, etc.
Decompose under composting condition (heat, water, H+, OH2)
(Dispose after use)
Packaging tray Using Bio-plastic
LG Electronics energy strategy focuses on two key areas: an improvement in energy efficiency and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions during manufacturing. As product energy efficiency improves, greenhouse gas emissions decrease, which allows customers to reduce electricity bills. As a global enterprise, we try to make a positive difference in our environment now and for future generations by reducing greenhouse gas emissions throughout the life cycle. 1) Energy Efficiency Improvement Energy Efficiency in On-Mode We push forward improvements in products' energy efficiency first by formulating the five-year Technology Roadmap (TRM) for each product line, and then achieving the detailed goals. We have already met the requirements of the EU ERP (Energy-related Products) Directive and also set our own future goals and detailed strategy to reduce energy consumption and standby power. Standby Power If home appliances are plugged into an outlet, they may consume power even when they are not in use. This unnecessary consumption of power is called standby power. The International Energy Agency estimates that in the member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, standby power may amount to 10% of the entire power consumption (or 60W for each household) and recommends that all countries should reduce the standby power consumption of all home appliances to less than 1W by 2010. Against this backdrop, we have set a goal of making our home appliances consume less than 1W of standby power and are working to achieve this target. Currently, most of our home appliances, such as washing machines, TVs, and mobile phone adapters, comply with the requirements. With technological development, we will reduce the standby power consumption of most of our home appliances to below 0.5W by 2013.
ErP Regulations for Standby Power in Europe (Unit : W)
ErP Regulations Standard (without display) 2010 ~
Off & standby Under 1W Standby Under 2W
Off & standby Under 0.5W Standby Under 1W
Meet the requirements of EU ErP
2) Greenhouse Gas Reduction Products We have plans to reduce 30 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions from using our products through a longterm, systematic investment in R&D to improve the energy efficiency of products by 2020. We create greenhouse gas inventories and aim to increase the production efficiency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions during manufacturing. To learn how we control greenhouse gas emissions and energy, please read from page 21 to 26.
There are two ways to improve environmental impact of resources: lower resource usage and higher recycling rates. The strategy to lower resource usage includes: reducing extraction of raw materials by decreasing the weight and volume of products; and reducing the burden on nature by utilizing recycled materials. As part of our effort to improve resource sustainability, our strategy for recycling performance involves simplifying connections between parts and improving raw materials to make recycling easier. 1) Resource Reduction We develop slim and light design products to minimize the use of resources as well as for ease of use. We manage energy and water usage in connection with our waste elimination activities to use resources effectively during the manufacturing process. 2) Recyclability Improvement We set standards internally and practice them to manufacture products after considering environmental issues such as degradation and ease of recycling at the product development stage. We use a systematic and effective process involving evaluation and supporting tools such as checklists of recycling evaluation, recycling performance evaluation, and a guide for recycling design. Product developers use recycling checklists and improvement guidelines, based on three design strategies, to assess products and get ideas for making products better.
Three Design Strategies for Making Products More Suitable for Recycling
Design products so that they can be easily identified and accessed.
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Smart Energy Saving* Uses LG Electronics' proprietary energy saving technology, Smart Energy Saving to achieve up to 70% reduction in power consumption in comparison with previous CCFL type models. Intelligent Sensor (automatic power saving) : Automatically adjusts the display brightness according to the viewing environment Power saving mode with backlight dimming : 5 modes of High, Medium, Low, Off, and Auto Video Mute : The screen is turned off and only audio is played for certain channels, such as music channels Mechanical Power-off Switch (MPS) : Turns the separate power switch off (product uses no standby power while not in use) *
Save energy Save energy with LGs DC Inverter Technology Eco Eye MAESTROs new feature, Eco Eye saves power consumption by sensing human motion
Complies with RoHS Directive
Allergen-reducing Filter Filter breaks down allergen, apatite, and organic/inorganic binder Certified by British Allergy Foundation. More silent With DC Inverter, only 19dB
Full LED and low profile with thickness of 29.3 mm, which reduces materials used
Uses 34% fewer screws for mounting the parts.
LED lamps which do not use mercury, unlike CCFL lamps Complies with EU RoHS Directive
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Available in Korea
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Low Carbon Green Growth Expo 2009
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DC Inverter technology* a new high-efficiency technology with a revolutionary rotor design that allows uninterrupted flow of magnetic field within the motor of compressor in the outdoor unit. New reusable energies Using reusable geothermal energy to reduce greenhouse gas emission *
DC Inverter Motor Design / Magnetic Field When Running DC Inverter Motor
Reduction in power consumption with 6-motion technology Power consumption improvement : Base model (55 wh/kg) (50.9 wh/kg), the lowest power consumption among LG Electronics' models with the same specifications DD motor certified by the carbon labeling system of the Environment Ministry Engraved marking on plastic parts of 25g or more to encourage recycling Designed for easy disassembling Product design in consideration of the operator's safety during the disposal process; and easy disassembling for recyclable parts and materials
Standby power 1W or lower achieved by SMPS (Switched Mode Power Supplies) Power consumption Up to 40% reduction in comparison with conventional electric ovens Power Consumption Comparison Power saving When not used for cooking, the interior light turns off after 5 minutes Better cooking area utilization by eliminating the glass tray used in conventional microwave ovens
Complies with EU RoHS Directive Complies with EU RoHS Directive
Low noise (57dB) Automatic dust compression function Inlet for bedding and low noise inlet 4-layer activated carbon H13 HEPA filter Automatic running of the cooling fan after cooking, and the deodorization function keeps the cooker clean.
LG Electronics realizes that greenhouse gas emissions should be reduced at the transportation stage, and in 2009 had internal and external specialists determine the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that resulted from the transportation process in Korea in order to find ways to reduce them. The results found that approximately 82,874 tons of greenhouse gases were emitted from truck transportation to and from ports and warehousing. We are committed to reducing greenhouse gases from transportation by building a low-pollution transportation system, improving energy management, and raising awareness about greener transportation.
Signing MOU for Expanding Railway Transportation
LG Electronics has signed a memorandum of understanding with KORAIL and the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, for expanding railway transportation to promote green growth. We are accelerating our efforts to establish the green -er logistics system, in association with the governments greener transport initiatives.
Building a Low-pollution Transportation System Implement eco-drive Use more LNG vehicles Use eco-friendly tires Introduce modal shift
Improving Energy Management Manage energy data Improve the efficiency of forklifts Improve lighting in the logistics centers
Raising Awareness about Green Logistics Make people familiar with green logistics Gain greener logistics certification Manage greener logistics index Eco-delivery options
E-Waste Take-Back and Recycling
LG Electronics offers a customized e-waste take-back service that meets local needs and requirements in the countries where the e-waste regulations are effective, and also provides take-back services voluntarily in some countries. Moreover, LG Electronics evaluates the product recyclability in the product design process based on LGE recyclability self-assessment manual. Through activities, the actual results from the take-back & recycling system from most of countries are increasing.
Global E-Waste Take-Back and Recycling Results (Unit : Ton)
Country Korea Japan Europe North America Total
30,959 1,257 24,56,480
37,016 2,250 38,77,684
32,540 3,570 71,108,135
38,542 4,247 107,041 2,330 152,160
E-Waste Take-Back & Recycling Event
North America E-Waste Take-Back Event (September, 2009)
LG Electronics held a recycling event in Denver, Colorado to take-back ewaste and recycle it. The objective of this event was to help customers dispose of their e-waste in a responsible way. About 10,000 customers took part in the event, and the amount of e-waste collected was nearly 320 tons. 10 types of e-waste were collected, including TVs, PCs, DVDs, audio products and cellular phones. Recycling companies extract and reuse glass, plastic and metal from e-waste. The event received a lot of attention from people even before the event day. Used Mobile Phone Take-Back Campaign in Korea LG Electronics is improving employees' understanding of recycling and taking part in greener activities through the corporate-wide waste cellular phone collection campaign to collect waste cellular phones from their homes. Cheongju Plant of LG Electronics held a "Love the Environment - Waste Mobile Phone Take-Back Campaign" in collaboration with Gyeonggi provincial government Pyeongtaek Digital Park ran "Cyon Phone & Love," a waste mobile phone take-back campaign together with employees to take back and recycle any types of mobile phones (including other companies' mobile phones) available in Korea. Total 756,215 phones were collected through this program in 2009.
LG Electronics is developing renewable energy technologies and is also deploying environmental energy businesses to actively deal with climate change and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Smart Grid Business
A smart grid, also called the next-generation intelligence power network, requires the application of new intelligent technologies to the existing electricity network and allows utilities and consumers to communicate in real time using two-way digital technology to optimize energy efficiency. With a smart grid, utilities can connect renewable energy sources such as solar or wind to the power grid, and consumers can manage their use of electric products efficiently by using two-way communications and sensors. Many countries are expecting to increase energy consumption efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the smart grid. LG Electronics has been developing remote control products by researching home network technologies and launching those products since the early 2000s. The company is also developing energy efficiency technologies dedicated to the smart grid and obtaining a number of related patents. In addition, we will offer smart appliances and solutions which can bring benefits to customers based on our experience and technology developed in the electronic industry over the past decades Through these efforts, LG Electronics became a leader of a consortium for the smart grid test bed in Jeju in 2009, which is led by the Korean government. Besides LG Electronics, the consortium consists of LG affiliates such as LG Chemical and LG Telecom. In other words, this consortium has the required level of expertise in various areas such as electricity, electronics and batteries. LG Electronics will offer unique features to customers by fulfilling customer-oriented smart location and total solutions, including energy usage optimization.
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